Goat Worm Control is Different
Most goat producers know how devastating parasite infections can be, and how hard it can be to prevent losses. In fact, veterinarians and experienced producers consider parasites the first, second and third most serious threats to goat health and production1.
Parasites in goats are more difficult to control compared to cattle and horses because goats are more susceptible to worms. Barber pole worm (Haemonchus contortus) is the main parasite of concern in goats and is potentially deadly. The widespread prevalence of dewormer resistance further complicates worm control for goats.
Effective deworming combined with good management can win the war on worms. SAFE-GUARD is the best tool in the war on goat parasites.
- Short 6-day withdrawal time for meat goats.
- Kills the two most common worm parasites of goats.
- Convenient oral suspension ensures SAFE-GUARD gets to the digestive system where worms are located.