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Ingredients

Analysis

Administration

2017 Schedule

We recommend administering this wormer in conjunction with moon cycles. You can click here for detailed information. Please reference below for scheduling. 

Poultry: Combine at the rates below per hen/roo. When feeding a flock, we recommend doubling each amount below and mixing directly in with combined daily ration to ensure all benefit. 

 

Large Adult Animals over 100 Lbs. (not pregnant or lactating): Combine with the daily feed ration at the rates below. All measurements are meant to be split between two meals (preferably morning and evening feeding times) for a total of five consecutive days. If worm loads are heavier and you have consulted with your veterinarian, these amounts may be doubled, but please continue to split amounts between two meals.

 

WEIGHT ...................... TOTAL DAILY AMT.

100 LBS ................................. 1/8 cup

up to 250 LBS .......................... 1/4 cup

up to 500 LBS .......................... 1/2 cup

up to 750 LBS .......................... 3/4 cup

1000 LBS and over ...................... 1 cup

 

Small Adult Animals under 100 Lbs. (not pregnant or lactating): Combine with the daily feed ration at the rates below. All measurements are meant to be split between two meals (preferably morning and evening feeding times) for a total of five consecutive days. If worm loads are heavier and you have consulted your veterinarian, these amounts may be doubled, but please continue to split amounts between two meals.

 

 

WEIGHT ...................... TOTAL DAILY AMT.

10 LBS .................................. 1/2 tsp

up to 25 LBS ........................... 1 to 11/4 tsp

up to 50 LBS ........................... 2 to 21/2 tsp

up to 75 LBS ........................... 1 to 11/2 TBL

up to 100 LBS ......................... 1/8 cup (2 TBL)

 

Lactating Animals: We have safely administered the wormer to our lactating animals; however, we recommend all doses be cut in half as the wormer will pass through milk onto the young. We also highly recommend you consult your veterinarian before doing so as to ensure the health of all nourished.  

 

Pregnant or Breeding Animals: Please consult your veterinarian in all cases when administering any herbal product to a pregnant or breeding animal.

 

*please note copper levels when feeding sheep - toxicity has been observed to occur at 25ppm. We recommend you consult your veterinarian before feeding sheep.

Month ............................ First Day of Worming .................................... Full Moon ........................... Last Day of Worming

January .....................................  Jan. 10th ............................................... Jan. 12th   ................................. Jan. 14th

February....................................   REST ..................................................... Feb. 10th   ...................................  REST

March ......................................... Mar. 10th .............................................. Mar. 12th   .................................. Mar. 14th

April  .........................................  Apr. 9th ................................................. Apr. 11th   .................................. Apr. 13th

May ............................................. May 8th ................................................. May 10th   .................................. May. 12th

June ............................................. June 7th ............................................... June 9th   .................................. June 11th

July ............................................... July 7th  ............................................... July 9th   .................................. July 11th

August ........................................  Aug. 5th ................................................. Aug. 7th   ................................... Aug. 9th

September ................................ Sept. 4th ............................................... Sept. 6th   .................................. Sept. 8th

October ...................................... Oct. 3rd .................................................. Oct. 5th   ................................... Oct. 7th

November ................................... Nov. 2nd ................................................. Nov. 4th   ................................... Nov. 6th

December ...................................   REST    ................................................. Dec. 3rd   .....................................  REST

It is at the crossroads where methodology meets purposeful abundance, guided by a natural cycle, where I most often encounter overall health. This ideal IS why I turn to herbs, as well as, nature (in this case, the moon) when I am worming animals. Introducing a combination of nature's offerings two days before the moon becomes full and administering until two days after, we seasonally worm all animals on our farm to help us maintain a healthy gut.

 

Please DO collect regular fecal samples and have them load tested in both Fall and Spring, more often if needed. If loads are high, please consult your veterinarian, as this is to maintain that which is healthy and not to cure or control that which is overloaded.

Organic Molasses, Organic Bran, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Organic Olive Oil, Organic Wormwood, Organic Pumpkin Seed, Organic Fennel, Organic Parsley, Organic Thyme, Organic Mint Leaf, Organic Cayenne, Organic Clove, Organic Mustard

herbal wormer

Crude Protein (Min)  ..........................................   9.70 %

Crude Fat (Min)  .................................................  18.54 %

Crude Fiber (Max) .............................................. 10.60 %

Calcium (Min)  ......................................................   0.36 %

Calcium (Max) .......................................................  0.47 %

Phosphorus (Min) .................................................  0.39 %

Salt (Min) ............................................................. 0.045 %

Salt (Max)............................................................  0.059 %

Copper (Min)  .....................................................     8 ppm

Zinc  (Min)  .........................................................  44 ppm

Dry Matter (Min) .............................................  76.40 %

Moisture (Min) ....................................................23.60 %

Ash (Min) ..............................................................  4.14 %

The early bird gets the worm, 

the early worm... gets eaten.

-Norman Ralph Augustine