Prohibit: The Big Guns!
There are a few types of worms in goats that other dewormers have little success in destroying.
Prohibit® Soluble (levamisole hydrochloride) is a broad-spectrum oral dewormer for cattle and sheep (and used off label for goats by many) effective against stomach worms, intestinal worms, barberpole worms and lungworms.
HERE'S WHAT SOME WHO USE PROHIBIT FOR SPECIFIC WORMS HAVE EXPERIENCED AND PERHAPS IT CAN HELP YOU:
"Prohibit Great Goat Wormer"
"Best Dewormer for Barberpole Infestation"
NOTE: This is a strong dewormer. Be very careful when dosing. DO NOT GIVE TO PREGNANT DOES. Also, the unused portion may be stored for 3 months (unrefrigerated) only. Important to mix in glass quart jar and label: Prohibit Expires_____ Dosing Goats 5 ml for adult goats; 2 ml for kids.
When you dose a goat with Prohibit, ALSO give adults 1 injection of 2cc B-12; kids .5 cc
Repeat in 3 weeks.
It may be purchased online (Jeffers or ValleyVet) and at many Feed Stores such as MFA
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