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Old 03-25-2018, 06:10 PM   #31
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I just got rid of my old bottle yesterday so I can't go run in and find out.

The liquid is for the goats so I doubt they have alcohol, or maybe the way to get the goats to WANT their dewormer, lol.

It is SafeGuard Goat Dewormer. I think I have read the ingredients off a pic of the bottle from online source a long time back.

I say liquid over and over, easy to calculate dose and easy mix. I feel like you can't get the right amount to know how much you are using very well if it isn't mixing in. A much bigger issue in a shrimp tank of course, than general fish tank.
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Well hello to a dead /sleeping thread...
TMaier and CoralBandit - and anyone else with the treatment.

How do the long term results seem to be? If you report back, please mention again which wormer you used and how many treatments it took and which you treated for Planaria or Hydra.

Thanks!

I will be doing here tonight (probably) now that I have the dosage info in front of me - along with the meds!

Will report.

My latest is that the Planaria survived in the death event that killed 150 shrimp in my shrimp tank and the Planaria are going strong, shrimp eking along. :/
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I dosed 1 time with fenbendazole for hydra[an infestation] and wiped them out .
I have not seen them return[been 6+ months].
I used 2 gram of 22% in 200 ml water, then dosed the tank @ 20ml per 10g.
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I followed the instructions for the safeguard for the full treatment. They never came back.
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