Panacur® Equine Granules Wormer for Horses 22.2% w/w
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Panacur® Equine Granules Wormer for Horses 22.2% is for the treatment and control of adult and immature roundworms of the gastro-intestinal tract in horses and other equines. Panacur is a very popular broad-spectrum wormer helping to treat migrating roundworms and to destroy worm eggs. These Horse Wormer Granules contain fenbendazole and are supplied in an unflavoured form.
Withdrawal Period: Not for use in horses intended for human consumption.
Panacur® Equine Granules Wormer for Horses 22.2% w/w is available in the following sizes:
- 1 x 10.2g Sachet
- 10 x 10.2g Sachets
- Broad spectrum wormer
- Treats and controls migrating larval and adult stages of all main species of Roundworms
- Also destroys worm eggs
Routine treatment: Administer orally 5 g Panacur Equine Granules per 150kg bodyweight. (= 7.5mg fenbendazole/kg bodyweight)
Practical dosage recommendations:
Up to 150 kg: 5 g
151 to 300 kg: 10 g
301 to 450 kg: 15 g
451 to 600 kg: 20 g
601 to 750 kg: 25 g
751 to 900 kg: 30 g
Panacur Equine Granules sachet packs each contain 10.2 g granules and can be used as follows:
Foals and ponies up to 300 kg bodyweight: 1 sachet
Thoroughbreds and other breeds of horses up to 600 kg bodyweight: 2 sachets
Heavy hunters, heavy draft horses: 3 sachets
Donkeys: 1 sachet
Increased dosing for specific infections.
Five day course:
For the treatment and control of migrating larval stages of large strongyles and encysted mucosal 3rd and 4th stage larvae and inhibited 3rd stage small strongyle larvae (encysted) in the mucosa, administer 5 g Panacur Equine Granules per 150 kg bodyweight daily for 5 days.
(= 7.5 mg fenbendazole/kg bodyweight daily for 5 days).
Single dose treatments:
For the treatment and control of encysted mucosal stages of small strongyles, administer 20 g Panacur Equine Granules per 150 kg bodyweight.
(= 30 mg fenbendazole/kg bodyweight).
For the treatment and control of migrating stages of large strongyles, administer 40 g Panacur Equine Granules per 150 kg bodyweight.
(= 60 mg fenbendazole/kg bodyweight).
Diarrhoea caused by Strongyloides westeri in two to three week old suckling foals should be treated with Panacur 10% Suspension at a dose rate of 25 ml per 50 kg bodyweight.
(= 50 mg fenbendazole per kg bodyweight).
Panacur Equine Granules should be sprinkled onto concentrate or grain feed and the full dosage given as one administration.
To ensure administration of a correct dose, body weight should be determined as accurately as possible; accuracy of the dosing device should be checked.
Recommended dosing programme
All horses should be routinely wormed with the single dose of Panacur Equine Granules every 6-8 weeks.
Treatment of encysted mucosal dwelling larvae should ideally be done in the autumn (late October/November) and again in the Spring.
However, for horses who fail to maintain condition or bought-in horses with unknown worming history, the treatment can be given at any time of the year.