Ostertagia (shown here), also known as
Brown Stomach Worm, likes to burrow into the
stomach lining, where it bides its time, suddenly
emerging all at once to wreak economic havoc.
This summer, adding Safe-Guard® (fenbendazole) to your cattle is an easy,
convenient way you can help keep your pasture clean – and your cattle profitable.1
If you used ivermectin (or any other kind of -ectin) at spring deworming, it’s time to add a dewormer from a different
class to your summer protocol. With Safe-Guard feed formulations, you can keep up the fight against profit-eating parasites
all season long without reworking cattle. The industry’s only dewormer that can be given with feed or in the pasture
is one more way Merck Animal Health Works for you.
BITE BACK AT SAFEGUARDWORKS.COM
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION | RESIDUE WARNINGS:
Mineral and medicated feed products: 13 days; EN-PRO-AL Molasses Block:
11 days; Protein Block: 16 days; For dairy cattle, the milk discard time is zero
hours. A withdrawal period has not been established for this product in preruminating
calves. Do not use in calves to be processed for veal. For complete
information, refer to the product label.
1Lawrence JD, Ibarburu MA. Economic analysis of pharmaceutical technologies in modern
beef production. Proceedings of the NCCC-134 Conference on Applied Commodity Price
Analysis, Forecasting, and Market Risk Management. 2007;1-18.
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