KELATO

Revolve Rotational Worm Paste

KELATO

Revolve Rotational Worm Paste

KELATO Revolve Rotational Worm Paste

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  • Broad spectrum oral worming paste for horses. Contains Oxfendazole and Morantel Tartrates. Easy Grip handle to ensure fuss free administration.

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