A Cattle Deworming Solution That's Effective, Fast and Easy

The Prairie Pride® Safeguard® 0.9% Crumbled Cow Dewormer is a crumbled supplement that can be top dressed on cattle’s feed. This cattle dewormer is a fast, effective and safe solution for worming cattle that kills parasites in the gut directly.  Use of this cattle wormer product is shown to increase weaning weights and almost eliminate fecal egg counts and suppress the spread on initial use. 

Effective for removal of lungworms, stomach worms, and intestinal worms from cattle.

Cattle Wormer 10lb Bag Safeguard 0.9%

by Alltech
$74.99

Prairie Pride® Safeguard® 0.9% Crumbled Cattle Dewormer

A 1-Day Cattle Worming Treatment!

General Information

SAFEGUARD® 0.9% Premix is a medicated premix that provides fenbendazole for mixing complete worming feeds for use with beef & dairy cattle.  

10 lb pouch

Cattle Wormer Product Details


Ingredients 

Active Drug Ingredient:  Fenbendazole...0.9% (4.08 g/lb)

Inactive Ingredients: Rice hulls, calcium carbonate and mineral oil.

Guaranteed Analysis

Protein (min) 1%
Fat (min) 0.5%
Fiber (max) 50%

Directions for Use

Cattle Wormer Yield from Package

Each pound of SAFE-GUARD® 0.9% Dewormer treats 1,800 pounds of dairy or beef cattle in a 1 day treatment.

How To Mix Cattle Wormer Medicine

Mix 1 pound of the Type B (0.9%) medicated feed containing 8,165 g/ton of fenbendazole with 8 lb. of feed ingredients to manufacture Type C medicated feed containing 908 g. of fenbendazole per ton.

Mix 10 lb. of Type B (0.9%) medicated feed containing 8,165 g/ton of fenbendazole (contents of package) with 80 lb. of feed ingredients to manufacture a Type C medicated feed containing 908 g. of fenbendazole per ton.

How to Feed Cattle Wormer to Cows

Feed the resulting Type C medicated feed as the sole ration for 1 day at the rate of 0.5 lb. per 100 lb. of body weight to provide 2.27 mg. fenbendazole per lb. of body weight. See product label for more usage instructions.

Cautions and Warnings

See also product label

RESIDUE WARNING: Cattle must not be slaughtered within 13 days following last treatment. For dairy cattle, the milk discard time is zero hours. A withdrawal period has not been established for this product in pre-ruminating calves. Do not use in calves to be processed for veal.

Consult a veterinarian for assistance in the diagnosis, treatment and control of parasitism.


See Also:  More Cattle Wormers 

Q&A

Is this product easy to use?

This cattle deworming product can be easily topdressed on their food for easy administration.

How does the product work?

This product has the active ingredient fenbendazole, which uses a different approach than other cattle wormers. The product is proven to safely kill worms where they live, by going straight to the gut of the cattle.  

Will my cows easily consume this supplement?

This cattle wormer product is pelleted alfalfa-based form which offers consumption convenience in addition to enhanced smell and taste.

When should I use this cattle dewormer?

Research has shown that cattle roundworms reach a peak of activity in early summer. Worming prior to the summer months allows for a reduced risk of re-infestation. 

What ages can safely receive this cattle worming product?

This product is safe in both cows and calves. 

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