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Longrange dewormer

Jan 14, 2019 | 19:31 1 Seeing we have some action here just wondering if anyone is trying longrange dewormer, for those not familar with it its a 5 month injectable internal parasite control. We have used it 2 years now on heifers with good results, have anyone else seen results. Reply With Quote
Jan 20, 2019 | 10:23 2 Would like to try it but far too pricey at $800/bottle. Internal parasites not a big issue for me according to manure testing, so it would just be for the fly protection. If I win the lottery, I'll for sure give it a go. Reply With Quote
Jan 21, 2019 | 10:43 3 We have used it on the the breeding heifers for 2 years now. We breed for 45 days and preg check 35 day later so the drys can still hit the yearling market at the end of September. They were averaging right around a 1000 lbs. the 5 years before that and 2 years ago was 1036 lbs and last year was 1099 lbs. with the longrange. That is some goods result, it costs about $10 a head. Reply With Quote
Jan 21, 2019 | 12:48 4 Good return IF it was all down to the dewormer. I doubt it was though. Reply With Quote
Jan 21, 2019 | 18:10 5 No I don't think it is all due to the Longrange, but since we started using it we have noticed the difference. We try different things on our own place to see if it works in are climate and was just wondering if anyone else has used it. I have heard lots of good about it down south so wanted to try it ourselves. Reply With Quote