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Strategy T Worm Paste

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Strategy T Worm Paste

VIRBAC Strategy T Worm Paste

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Broad-spectrum combination wormer effective on all susceptible equine worms including tapeworms. Unique synergistic combination of two active compounds. Safe to use on all horses including foals, pregnant mares and breeding stallions. Palatable vanilla flavoured paste. Developed and made in Australia. RECOMMENDED FOR: Unique defence against resistant equine worms. STRATEGY-T contains a unique combination of active ingredients that work synergistically to give STRATEGY-T a superior efficacy. STRATEGY-T that has been shown to have comparable activity to mectin wormers (including benzimidazole resistant strains) making it Australia’s best non-mectin based wormer. Safe to use on all types of horses including pregnant mares, foals and breeding stallions. Each tube can treat horses up to 700 kg
  • Unique combination of actives - the synergistic combination of oxfendazole and pyrantel acts to complement one another's activity against all major equine worms including tapeworm and benzimidazole resistant redworms
  • Ideal strategic wormer - is the only wormer available that contains the combination of a benzimidazole (BZ) and tetrahydropyrimade (THP). STRATEGY-T provides a unique option that effectively treats all major worms of horses and is also registered for the
  • Is in a palatable vanilla flavoured paste making it easy to administer

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