- Albendazole 11.36%
How to Use
- Cattle Dosage:
- Administered to cattle at recommended rate of 4 mL/100 lb of body weight.
- Sheep Dosage:
- Administered at the recommended rate of 0.75 mL/25 lb of body weight. Do not administer to ewes during the first 30 days of pregnancy or for 30 days after removal of rams.
- Goat Dosage:
- Administered at the recommended rate of 1 mL/25 lb of body weight. Do not administer to lactating animals.
Read all warnings and cautions on label.
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Norman R from Washington
I have used valbazen for a few years. I change wormers so hopefully the worms don't become resistant to one specific dewormer. Valbazen is the only one to kill tapeworms. I just keep my border collies away from the sheep droppings for a few days. The dewormer is an excellent product and does what is stated on the instructions.
Just switched to valbazen because of tapeworms and restiance to the wormer I normally use. I have saw a big difference in weight gain especially in the lambs. It Wasn't that hard to just separate the rams 30 days prior to my planed breeding date. I have a platform scale so dosing accuracy isn't a problem.
Valbazene is a great wormer; however, make sure you know the weight of the sheep and worm according to directions or excessive wormer will kill or make sick your sheep. I do not use Valbazene on lambs only older ewes and rams.
Great product, good packaging.
Jon P from oregon