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    Flubenvet

    Hi, anyone know if you can still get those larger tubs of flubenvet at 2.5%
    been very wet up here and although been feeding medicated pellets I
    like to have some extra in reserve.
    Can you use the lesser dose at 1% for pheasants that seems to be more
    available on line...thanks.

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    Legally no. You need a licence to mix into feed. There is an exemption for pet poultry and little 60g pots

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    Try using Panacur, sheep wormer, it is better than Flubenvet. You can either add it to the feed or put it in the water but you must keep stirring the water as it tends to sink in the water. You cannot overdose with Panacur.

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    Try panacur, mix it with cooking oil and mix it into the feed (the oil makes it stick) used this method for years and always works a treat

    stacey
    Last edited by Stacey; 20-10-2015 at 17:40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by herbert View Post
    Try using Panacur, sheep wormer, it is better than Flubenvet. You can either add it to the feed or put it in the water but you must keep stirring the water as it tends to sink in the water. You cannot overdose with Panacur.
    5ml per gallon of water does the trick .

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    You can also use flubenol pig wormer. Not licences of purse but comes in big pots its 5% so you work the measurements down to suite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by herbert View Post
    Try using Panacur, sheep wormer, it is better than Flubenvet. You can either add it to the feed or put it in the water but you must keep stirring the water as it tends to sink in the water. You cannot overdose with Panacur.
    Only use panacur, always done the job for me.

    atb WB

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    Quote Originally Posted by herbert View Post
    Try using Panacur, sheep wormer, it is better than Flubenvet. You can either add it to the feed or put it in the water but you must keep stirring the water as it tends to sink in the water. You cannot overdose with Panacur.
    We used to mix Panacur with pellets by putting the pellets in a small cement mixer and dripping the diluted wormer in until all the pellets were coated.

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