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Wednesday, 07 May 2008

Drugs (Anthelmintics) Used to Control Internal Parasites in Livestock

Disclaimer:Not all drugs are approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in sheep and goats.  The mention of non-approved products is for informational purposes only. I am not a veterinarian and this information is only used as a guideline- We are not responsible for any adverse reactions to your goats- make sure to fully research any medication before administering to yur animals.
The use of non-approved drugs constitutes extra label drug use and can only be done legally under the advice of a licensed veterinarian.

Note: That being said- Please keep in mind that the dosages given in this chart do NOT reflect the Correct Dosage for goats- The dosages here are too low to be effective in the use for goat parasite management. It is not unusual for goat breeders to use many veterinary drugs as "Off Label" or "Extra Label" for the use in their goats.

To Avoid additional confusion we have added the commonly used Goat Dosages in Red

Trade Name Drug Active Ingredient Drug Family *NADA !Approved Species Specificity
NOT complete- most common ONLY
Labeled Dosage for approved species
*Goat Dosage is Usually Higher
Withdrawal time *for approved species
Cydectin® 0.5%
pour-on for cattle
Moxidectin ML beef cattle
non-lactating dairy cattle
roundworms
lungworms
external parasites

5 ml/110 lbs.
topical

(1cc/22lbs- used at this dose orally but NOT recommended by Goat-Link)

cattle:  0 days slaughter
Cydectin® 1% injectable Moxidectin ML

beef cattle

roundworms
lungworms
external parasites

1 ml/110 lbs.

(1cc/22lbs- used at this dose injected SQ but NOT recommended by Goat-Link)

cattle: 21 days slaughter
Cydectin® oral
drench for sheep 0.1%
Moxidectin ML

sheep

Not for lactating
dairy sheep

roundworms
lungworms
external parasites

1 ml/11 lbs. by mouth
or 1 ml/5 kg

(2Xs the recommended dose orally  but NOT recommended by Goat-Link)

sheep: 7 days slaughter
Dectomax®
injectable 1%

Doramectin

(Avermectin)

ML beef cattle
swine
roundworms
lungworms
external parasites

1 ml/110 lbs. (cattle)

SubQ or IM
(1cc/100 lbs- injected SQ or IM)

cattle:  35 days slaughter
goats: 35 days slaughter
Dectomax® pour-on for cattle 0.5%

Doramectin

(Avermectin)

ML cattle roundworms
lungworms
external parasites

5 ml/110 lbs.
topical

(1cc/25 lbs- dribbled topically down the backline)

cattle:  45 days slaughter
Ivomec®
Eprinex
pour-on
Eprinomectin ML cattle roundworms
lungworms
external parasites

5 ml/110 lbs.
topical

( for external parasites ONLY 1cc/20 lbs- dribbled topically down the backline - Some goats may show signs of sensitivity to this product) 

cattle:  0 days slaughter
Ivomec® pour-on for cattle Ivermectin ML beef cattle roundworms
lungworms
external parasites

1 ml/22 lbs.
topical

(for external parasites ONLY

1cc/20 lbs- dribbled topically down the backline - Some goats may show signs of sensitivity to this product)

cattle: 48 days slaughter
Ivomec Plus Injection Clorsulon
Ivermectin
ML beef cattle roundworms
lungworms
external parasites
Adult liver flukes

1 ml/110 lbs.
SQ

(1cc/40 lbs- injected SQ or IM, Do NOT use orally as it is not as effective and can be dangerous to severly anemic goats)


cattle: 49 days slaughter
Ivomec®
injectable 1%
Ivermectin ML beef cattle
swine
roundworms
lungworms
external parasites

1 ml/110 lbs cattle.
1 ml/75 lbs. swine
Sub-Q

(1cc/40 lbs- injected SQ or IM, Do NOT use orally as it is not as effective and can be dangerous to severly anemic goats)

 

cattle:  35 days slaughter
swine: 18 days slaughter

Ivomec®
sheep drench 0.08%

Primectin™ Drench

Ivermectin ML sheep roundworms
lungworms
external parasites

3 ml/26 lbs.
by mouth

(2Xs the recommended dose orally  but NOT recommended by Goat-Link)

sheep: 11 days slaughter
Rumatel® Medicated Premix
Morantel Tartrate TETR cattle
goats
mature roundworms

1/10 lb./100 lbs.

(Not Effective NOT recommended by Goat-Link)

cattle: 14 days
goats:  30 days
Prohibit Drench Powder Levamisole Hydrochloride TETR cattle
sheep
roundworms
intestinal worms lungworms

(Can Be Fatal even if  Overdosed Slightly

NOT recommended by Goat-Link)

cattle: 2 days
sheep: 3 days

Quest® 2% equine oral gel Moxidectin ML horses
ponies
roundworms
lungworms
external parasites

0.4 mg/2.2 lbs.

(This is NOT for goats

NOT recommended by Goat-Link)

 

not for horses
intended for food
Safeguard Suspension®
Panacur®
liquid 10%
Fenbendazole BZD cattle, non-lactating goats

roundworms
lungworms
tapeworms

ONLY for the removal and control of: Stomach worms (adults): Haemonchus contortus and Teladorsagia circumcincta.

NOT effective for most worms

2.3 ml/100 lbs.
by mouth

GOATS

Body Weight

Amount

25 lb

0.6 mL

50 lb

1.2 mL

75 lb

1.7 mL

100 lb

2.3 mL

125 lb

2.9 mL

 

 

cattle:  8 days slaughter
0 milk withdrawal
goats: 0 days slaughter

Safeguard®
Panacur®
paste
Fenbendazole BZD cattle
horses
roundworms
lungworms
tapeworms

2.3 mg/lb.
orally

(Not effective with goats except for use for Tapeworms-Use at 3X's the recommended dose orally

NOT recommended by Goat-Link except for kids with tapes)

 

cattle:  8 days slaughter

Safeguard Pellets Fenbendazole BZD

cattle
swine

roundworms
lungworms
tapeworms

1 lb./100 lbs.
by mouth

(Not effective with goats except for use for Tapeworms-¼ cup per 50lbs give as a feed

NOT recommended by Goat-Link except for kids with tapes)

 

swine: 14 days slaughter
Strongid® T paste Pytrantel Pamoate TETR horses
ponies
mature roundworms

2.27 mg/lb.
by mouth

(This is NOT for goats

NOT recommended by Goat-Link)

 

not for horses
intended for food
Synanthic® drench 9.06% Oxfendazole BZD

beef cattle
non-lactating dairy

roundworms
lungworms
tapeworms

2.5 ml/110 lbs.
by mouth

(NOT effective with goats

NOT recommended by Goat-Link)

 

cattle:  7 days slaughter
Tramisol/Levasole®
drench
Levamisole IMID sheep
cattle
roundworms
intestinal worms lungworms

1 oz./100 lbs.
1 ml/50 lbs.
by mouth

(Can Be FATAL! even if Slightly Overdosed

NEVER recommended by Goat-Link)

 

sheep: 3 days slaughter
Tramisol/Levasole®
injectable for cattle 13.65%
Levamisole IMID beef cattle roundworms
lungworms

2 ml/100 lbs.
Sub-Q

(Can Be FATAL! even if Slightly Overdosed

NEVER recommended by Goat-Link)

 

cattle: 7 days
Tramisol/Levasole®
boluses/oblets
Levamisole IMID sheep roundworms
lungworms

1 bolus/50 lbs.
by mouth

(Can Be FATAL! even if Slightly Overdosed

NEVER recommended by Goat-Link)

 

sheep:  3 days slaughter
Valbazan®
drench 11.36%
Albendazole BZD cattle
sheep
roundworms
lungworms
tapeworms
adult liver fluke

3 ml/ 100 lbs.
oral

1cc/10lbs orally

Great for Tapes and Liver Fluke as well as all other gastro-intestinal worms

Great for use in kids- Never use in Pregnant does

sheep: 7 days slaughter

Zimecterin-EZ®
paste 1.87%

 

Ivermectin

Contains ivermectin 1.55% and praziquantel 7.75%

ML Paste may be used in horses five months of age or older. Zimectrin Gold Paste has not been tested in foals younger than five months of age, in pregnant mares or breeding stallions. roundworms
lungworms
external parasites

1 tube/1250 lbs.
oral

Please do not use Horse Dewormers for goats- There are other Good dewormers for use in goats-Not recommended by Goat-Link

not for horses
intended for food


Source:  Product labels and FDA Approved Animal Drug Products Online Database System @ http://dil.vetmed.vt.edu/.

Last Updated 20-Sep-2006 by Susan Schoenian

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