Vetsense Kilverm Poultry Wormer For the Treatment of sensitive strains of roundworms in poultry.
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Vetsense Kilverm is effective against sensitive strains of the following parasites;
– Large Roundworms (Ascaridia galli)
– Caucal Worm (Heterakis gallinae)
– Hairworm (Capillaria spp.)
The above are the most important intestinal worms in fowls, turkey and other birds.
Active Constituents:14 g/L LEVAMISOLE (equivalent to 16.5g/L LEVAMISOLE HYDROCHLORIDE)
Directions of use for POULTRY.
Contraindication: This product is contraindicated in extremely hot weather.
Administration: Mix with clean drinking water. For maximum efficiency it must be consumed in the shortest time possible. Withhold water from birds 2 hours before nightfall. The required amount of medicated water is then made available so that the birds can start drinking it at daylight. Replace with clean water after 8 hours or when medication is consumed.
Birds under continuous light should be treated by withholding water for 2 hours then giving medicated water as above.
Dose Rate For Poultry: Dilute 10mL of VETSENSE KILVERM in 200mL of water for each 6kg live weight.
(1.75 mL of VETSENSE KILVERM in 35mL of water per 1kg live weight) Mix 40mL/litre water for 1 day. Repeat 2 weeks later.
Vetsense Kilverm Poultry Wormer FAQ!
What is the dose rate per chicken?
|Kilverm mL||Water mL|
Please know the average weight of your chickens as weight can vary based on age or breed
Can this product be used on birds?
Yes. Please make sure you know the weight of your bird and dose accordingly.
Can my animal consume the product without water?
Yes. We recommend adding the water so that it can be consumed throughout the day, but if you would like to dose neat, you may do so. The dose rate still remains the same as it is based on weight, not dilution.
What can I add if my chickens are not consuming the water with the Kilverm?
We recommend adding a little bit of honey to the water to create greater palatability.
Can I consume the eggs if my Hen has just consumed Kilverm?
How often should I worm my chickens?
If you know there is a worming problem then we would recommend administering once, then again after 2 weeks. If it’s as a preventative method, then once every 6 months.
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For the treatment on sensitive strains of roundworms in pigs and poultry. Including the most important intestinal worms in poultry and other birds, ie large roundworm, caecal & hairworm. Can be used on egg-laying poultry.