EQUIMEC Plus Tape combines the power of ivermectin and praziquantel to provide complete protection against all major equine parasites, including potentially life threatening tapeworms.

Equimec Plus Tape Horse Wormer Paste 15g

SKU: E+T15
    Broad spectrum roundworm, tapeworm and bot activity
    Controls all the important internal parasites
    Convenient-graduated trigger applicator
    Can be used at any age, and at any stage of pregnancy
    Aniseed flavoured
    Gel sticks to horses mouth and easily swallowed
    Wide safety margin
    Low dose – 1 ml per 40 kg bodyweight

    Treats and Controls:
    Large Strongyles
    Small Strongyles (including strains that have become resistant to benzimidazole)
    Large-Mouth Stomach Worms
    Neck Threadworms
    Intestinal Threadworms
    Skin lesions caused by Habronema and Draschia spp. cutaneous larvae (summer sores) and Onchocerca spp microfilariae (cutaneous onchocerciasis). 

    EQUIMEC Plus Tape has a wide margin of safety at the recommended dose level and may be used in horses of all ages. Mares may be treated at any stage of pregnancy. Stallions may be treated without adversely affecting their fertility.

    PACK SIZE: 15g. Low dose volume - easy to use trigger syringe. Adjust dosage control knob to horse’s bodyweight, lock in place and press plunger.

    1 mL/40 kg bodyweight, given orally, which delivers 0.2 mg/kg ivermectin and 2.5 mg/kg praziquantel. The contents of one syringe will treat one horse at 600 kg bodyweight. Each weight marking on the syringe plunger will deliver 2.5 g of paste which is sufficient to treat 100 kg bodyweight.

    Treat all the horses due for treatment on the property at the same time. Foals should be treated initially at 6 to 8 weeks of age, and routine treatment repeated as appropriate. Generally, young horses, brood mares, yearlings and horses exposed to high levels of reinfection
    should be drenched every 6-8 weeks. For horses lightly stocked in large paddocks this may be
    extended out to every 10-12 weeks.

    All horses should be included in a regular parasite control program. Consult your veterinarian for a control program to meet your specific needs.