Broad spectrum abamectin and morantel horse worm and bot paste.
– Abamectin 4 mg/mL
– Morantel Tartrate 167 mg/mL
Abamectin acts by binding selectively and with high affinity to glutamate-gated chloride channels in invertebrate nerve and muscle cells. This leads to hyperpolarisation of these cells resulting in flaccid paralysis and death of the parasite.
Morantel is a depolarising neuromuscular blocking agent producing paralysis by causing muscle contraction.
Treatment and control of:
Tapeworms: Anoplocephala perfoliata
Large Strongyles: adult & larval stages of Strongylus vulgaris adult & tissue stages of S. edentatus
adult stages of S. equinus Small Strongyles: including benzimidazole resistant strains of adult and immature Cyathostomum spp Cycliocyclus spp
Cylicostephanus spp Cylicodontophorus spp
Triodontophorus spp: adults
Pin Worm: adult & immature Oxyuris equi
Roundworm: adult & immature Parascaris equorum
Hairworm: adult Trichostrongylus axei
Neck Threadworm: microfilariae of Onchocerca spp
Bots: oral & gastric stages of Gasterophilus spp
Lungworm: adult & immature Dictyocaulus arnfeldi
Intestinal Threadworm: adult Strongyloides westeri
Large mouthed stomach worms: adult Habronema muscae
Skin lesions caused by: Habronema spp Draschia spp cutaneous
larvae (Summer Sores) and
Onchocerca spp microfilariae (Cutaneous Onchocerciasis).
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION
Horses: The contents of one 32.5 g syringe are sufficient to treat one horse of 600 kg bodyweight. Doses are described in mL corresponding to the markings on the dial-a-dose syringe.
Foals and Ponies: Administer 5mL per 100 kg bodyweight. AMMO ALLWORMER is safe for use in pregnant mares in foals over one week of age and in debilitated & convalescent animals.
Store below 30◦C (Room Temperature).
A year round worming prevention and treatment program varies with climatic and stocking conditions but in general terms all horses should be wormed every 6 – 8 weeks commencing at approximately 6 weeks of age. All horses newly introduced to a property should be wormed immediately on arrival and kept away from regularly used paddocks or yards for several days in order to
Export Slaughter Interval (Horses): NOT TO BE USED in horses that may be slaughtered for human consumption.
Make sure you remove manure regularly from all horse areas (paddocks and stables) to help minimise re-infestation.