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Bug'N Out Herbal Parasite Blend

Bug'N Out Herbal Parasite Blend

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This is the parasite control method we’ve used with great results in our Nigerian Dwarf herd for the past three years. One one-ounce bottle is enough to dose about 28-30 times for a miniature or 14-15 for a standard. I find that as I have progressed along my herbal walk, I only rarely need to use this in my herd. This product is the replacement for Transition, because the formulas are very similar. Use this during a kid’s transition from his home to a new home, giving 1-2x daily for 5 days.

Directions: Dose 1 dropper (1ml) orally one-two times per day for three to five days for miniature goats; double dose (2ml) for standards. You may wish to draw it out into a syringe rather than use the included glass dropper. Dose only when needed but routine dosing at regular intervals is not recommended without a clear need. For more information on when to treat, read my writeup here. On oregano for pregnant animals, see more info here.

For detailed usage guidelines, including supportive care suggestions and probiotics, go here.

Ingredients: Fir Meadow DWA™ and mullein leaf infused olive oil, sweet orange essential oil, oregano essential oil, lemongrass essential oil.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Jodi Russo
Mineral buffet

I just love this idea and have enjoyed making a portable mineral buffet and it is so interesting to see which minerals they are consuming.

Michaele McCulley
Mineral Buffet

Well worth the wait!!!

Terri Petruzzi
perfect starter kit

Great starter kit for a small herd. It was a wonderful opportunity to get it all and see what they use most. Reordering was simple as well.

Deeda Hendricks
Goats keep eating me out of minerals!!

I have been pleased with my orders. I get what I ordered and it gets here pretty quickly. My goats seem to love the minerals! Thanks for the mineral buffet. My goats haven't touched the copper and I thought that it was a copper deficiency they had. Nope!! Must have been something else. They are all looking good and I feel satisfied knowing that my goats are able to take what they need, not what I think they need.

Lynn Gulyash

These minerals and vitamins have smoothed out my goats' and donkey's coats, and my old skinny goat is now a healthy weight. The minerals are difficult to afford on my budget but they are an excellent product.