How to Use
Store below 77°, excursions permitted to 99° F and keep bag tightly sealed.
Shepherd’s Choice™ Management TipMix 2# Deccox per 50# white salt and feed free choice for coccidia control. Mix 2# Deccox per ton of complete feed.
Shepherd’s Choice™ Management TipAdding Deccox to trace mineral salt mix is a means of treating pasture lambs. However, the dosage is tricky. Ewes need 0.5 mg per kilogram of bodyweight. (E.g. If ewes are 154 pounds, or 70 kg, they need 35 mg per day.) In a 55 pound mix of Sheep Trace Mineral Premix with salt, add 5 pounds of 6% Deccox®.* Lambs may not eat enough to be treated. One can double the inclusion rate as Deccox is quite safe.
Do not administer to animals producing milk intended for human consumption.
Read all warnings and cautions on label.
Extra Label Drug Usage
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Casey H from Nebraska
Arrived quickly and was exactly what I needed. Saved me a lot of money not having to buy a large unneeded quantity! Will definitely do business with you again!
Debbie G from Kentucky
Directions unclear for small flocks. Directions not useful for use in free choice mineral if one is not supplementing sheep.
Tim H from South Carolina
My dog was diagnosed with Hepatozoon Americanum over a year ago. He is 20 lbs and takes 1tsp of this twice a day, and he has remained in excellent health since he was initially treated (with a more intense round of 3 antibiotics) thanks to this product.
There are very few other sites that sell this product in a small enough quantity for non-farming purposes, and I am very happy with the product and grateful that it is available here.
Jacqueline G from Texas
Premier 1 Supplies has always shipped my orders fast and precise! Never ever have I received anything but what I ordered.
Crystal S from Georgia
The product works great! My only complaint is it needs to be offered in quantities for 50lb bags for us smaller homesteaders. This product is mixed 1lb per 2000lbs of food.