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  • Virbac Equimax

Equimax Horse Worming Paste is a Broad-spectrum horse worming paste that is up to 100% effective in treating all major parasites in horses including: • Large strongyles (Strongylus vulgaris, Strongylus edentatus, Strongylus equinus, and Triodontophorus spp.) • Small strongyles including benzimidazole resistant strains (Cyathostomum spp., Cylicocyclus spp., Cylicostephanus spp., Cylicocontophorus spp., Gyalocephanus spp.) • Ascarids (Parascaris equorum) • Pinworms (Oxyuris equi) • Hairworms (Trichostrongylus axei) • Large mouthed stomach worms (Habronema muscae) • Lungworms (Dictyocaulus amfieldi) • Neck and intestinal threadworms (Onchocerca spp., Strongyloides westeri) • All three species of tapeworms (Anoplocephala perfolliata, Anoplocephala magna, Paranoplocephala mammillana) • All three species of bots (Gasterophilus spp.) Also controls: • Skin lesions caused by Habronema and Draschia spp. • Cutaneous larvae (summer sores) • Onchocerca spp. microfilarie Composition: Each Equimax paste 37.6g syringe contains: Abamectin - 3.7mg/g Praziquantel - 46.2mg/g Dosage: Dose at 1mL per 20kg bodyweight (5mL per 100kg). Each syringe of Equimax paste treats a horse up to 700kg. Presentation: 37.8g single syringe Storage: Store below 30°C (Room Temperature) away from light. Frequently asked questions about Equimax Paste: Can I use Equimax® in pregnant mares? Yes Equimax® can be used in mares at all stages of pregnancy. Pregnant mares should be treated as normal during their pregnancy taking care not to stress them during treatment. Mares should be wormed two weeks prior to their expected foaling date. Once a mare has foaled, the mare and foal should both be wormed starting from when the foal is six weeks old. Can I use Equimax® in my stallion? Equimax® can be safely used in breeding stallions at any time without adversely affecting their fertility. How often should I worm my horse? How often horses are wormed depends on the property’s management system. It is ideal to use the minimum number of treatments possible in a year, as over-worming can lead to resistance. Depending on a number of factors, some horse owners will need to worm more often than others. Where there are large numbers of horses kept close together and/ or horses are frequently moving on and off a property, there will be a greater need for worm control. This is because these horses will be at the greatest risk of contamination. Horses in these situations, generally on studs or agistment properties, will need to be wormed every six to eight weeks. It may be possible, where there are low stocking densities, to worm horses less often. The use of paddock management procedures like manure removal, paddock rotation and grazing with other species will also help lower contamination pressure. All horses should be wormed at least once every 3 months regardless of the conditions in which they are kept. All horses on a property should be wormed at the same time. New horses should be quarantined and wormed before coming onto the property. If you are unsure about what drenching interval is right for your situation please consult your vet or local Virbac area manager. What is rotation and why should I be doing it? Appropriate rotation should be taken into account to help prevent or slow the development of resistance. It is recommended to practise rotation of wormers to help prevent or slow the development of resistance. Products should be rotated yearly with one active being used for an entire year and then switching to a different active for the next year. Strategy-T® and Equimax contain completely different actives so make excellent rotation partners. During a Strategy-T® year, Equimax needs to be included twice, as Strategy-T® does not treat bots. Bots must be treated at the end of autumn and the beginning of spring. Can I use Equimax® on an animal other than a horse? Equimax® is registered for use in horses which means it may be safely used in horses. The use of this product in any other species would be considered “off label usage”. Products should not be used outside of their registered label claims without first consulting a veterinarian (if at all). Variation in metabolisms between different species mean that dose rates can vary quite widely and that some species may be far more sensitive than others making products dangerous or even potentially fatal to those animals. It is for this reason that “off label dosage" should only be conducted under the supervision of a veterinarian.  

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Virbac Equimax

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