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- Trail Boss
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last year i used pour on and it worked good, maybe ill sneek up behind them and pour it on while there eating hay
- Trail Boss
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I like to use them when the herd is due for a working and I'm tied up doing other things. I'll put them out a few weeks before I catch and use pour on, feel it buys a little time and gets some gut worms too
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Safeguard also comes in mineral form. Next your mineral runs out, use it instead.
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It is a good product and sure helps in a pinch with no facilities. The problem is, in MOST herds, the mature cows don't really need de-worming - but they will get the most of the product. Any way to sort your cattle into "age" groups?
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MtnCows93 wrote:last year i used pour on and it worked good, maybe ill sneek up behind them and pour it on while there eating hay
Good luck with that..i don't even like walking close behind them when they know I'm there...they very seldom miss, their target...
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