Exactly when you deworm your cows matters; both to the cows and the worms....
No dewormer is 100% effective, so over time, there will be gradual be a buildup of eggs that hatch into infective larvae. But you’ll minimize that to the smallest degree you possibly can if you deworm them when you go to a clean pasture. That means, deworm your cows when you turn out in the spring and again in the fall when you’re working your cows and calves before turning out on winter pasture.
Deworm your cattle at the right times and you can reduce worms for an entire season! A strategic deworming program reduces the parasite burden on the pasture and in the herd, maximizing returns on your cattle.
Safe-Guard non-handling dosage forms allow you to properly deworm cattle on pasture at the right time in the worm life cycle.
Safe-Guard is the only dewormer available in formulations that can be used both chute side - drench or pastes - and on pasture - blocks, minerals and feed products - for effective season-long control.
For more information on deworming your cattle this fall with one of the many Safeguard products; stop in and see us at the office (across from Sidney Livestock) or give our office a call at 406-488-1953 or Ben's cell at 406-480-2953