Directions for Use
Chickens and geese
30g flubendazole per tonne of feed (30ppm) for 7 consecutive days. In case of infestation with tapeworm (Rallietina sp.), give 60g flubendazole per tonne of feed (60ppm) for 7 consecutive days.
Pheasants and partridges
60g flubendazole per tonne of feed (60ppm) for 7 consecutive days.
20g flubendazole per tonne of feed (20ppm) for 7 consecutive days.
Flubenol™ 5% should be mixed into the feed and the mixture administered. For a group treatment, make sure that all animals take in enough Flubenol™ 5%. The medicine should therefore be well mixed into the feed so that a homogenous mixture is obtained. It should not be strewn over pellets or crumbs since this gives a non-homogeneous mixture.
- 20g flubendazole per tonne (20ppm) corresponds to 400g of Flubenol™ 5% per tonne of feed.
- 30g flubendazole per tonne (30ppm) corresponds to 600g of Flubenol™ 5% per tonne of feed.
- 60g flubendazole per tonne (60ppm) corresponds to 1.2kg of Flubenol™ 5% per tonne of feed.
With small numbers of animals, one measuring spoonful (supplied with the product) is mixed into 11 kg of complete feed for pheasants and partridges, into 21.5 kg complete feed for chickens and geese and into 32 kg complete feed for turkeys
Treatment with Flubenol™ 5% gives optimal results only when strict hygiene of the pig sheds and the poultry houses is practiced.
(Ascaridia galli, Heterakis gallinarum, Capillaria spp, Capillaria obsignata,
||ascarids, hairworms, gapeworms (Ascaridia galli, Capillaria obsignata, Syngamus trachea)
||hairworms, gapeworms, stomach worms (Capillaria anseris, Syngamus trachea, Trichostrongylus tenuis,
||ascarids, hairworms, gapeworms partridge (Ascaridia galli, Heterakis gallinarum, Capillaria spp., Syngamus trachea)