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Does anyone know or have any information on milk withdrawal of prohibit wormer? Also have you found to be most effective against barber pole worms? I do not have a goat friendly vet in my area , and i feel like im shooting in the dark. I would like to learn how to do fecal egg counts myself. thanks!
 

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For barberpole worms, I like Quest (horse wormer) or Cydectin (cattle pour-on wormer, given orally)...both have the same active ingredient, but dosing is different. More info here:

http://www.dairygoatinfo.com/f28/worming-worms-wormers-21389/

And in general, there's quite a bit of info over in the Health and Wellness section, organized alphabetically by topic. (So for worming, start at the back.)
 

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thank you! prohibit is Levamisole? It says meat withdrawal is only 4 days . it has N/a for milk. So does that mean no milk withdrawal or just has not been studied. Im assuming milk withdrawal would be less for milk than meat. Is that a correct assumption? thanks
 

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Thanks for that chart, Jennifer. I'm going to put the link over in H&W.
 
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