(pyrantel tartrate) Equine Anthelmintic
Active Ingredient(s) 1.06% (4.8 g/lb)
Crude protein, not less than 12.5%
Crude fat, not less than 2.0%
Crude fiber, not less than 22.0%
Ingredients: Dehydrated alfalfa meal, wheat middlings, ground corn, cane molasses, preserved with propionic acid.
Indications: For the prevention of Strongylus vulgaris larval infestation in horses.
For control of the following parasites in horses:
Large Strongyles (adults): S. vulgaris, S. edentatus.
Small Strongyles (adults and 4th-stage larvae): Cyathostomum spp., Cylicocyclus spp., Cylicostephanus spp., Cylicodontophorus spp. Poteriostomum spp., Triodontophorus spp.
Pinworms (adults and 4ths-stage larvae): Oxyuris equi.
Ascarids (adults and 4th-stage larvae): Parascaris equorum.
Mixing and Feeding directions: Strongid® C is to be administered on a continuous basis either as a top-dress or mixed in the horse's daily grain ration at the rate of 1.2 mg pyrantel tartrate per lb of body weight daily. To achieve this does, administer 1 oz of Strongid® C per 250 lb of body weight. (A Strongid® c measuring cup is enclosed.) Strongid® C should be administered for the entire period that the animal is at risk to internal parasites. Unprotected animals that have grazed may already have an established S. vulgaris larval infestation. Before administering Strongid® C, these animals should be treated with a therapeutic dose of a lavicidal product.
Foals may be administered Strongid® C as soon as consistent intake of grain mix is occurring. This is generally between 2-3 months of age.
Strongid® c may be used in mares at any stage of pregnancy or lactation. Stallion fertility is not affected by the use of Strongid® C.
Body Weight (lb) oz per Day of Stongid® C
Medicated Grain Mix Directions:
lb of Medicated Grain
Mix per 100 lb of
Body Weight lb of Strongid®
C lb of Non-
2.0 25 1975 120
1.5 33 1967 160
1.0 50 1950 240
0.5 100 1900 480
0.2 250 1750 1200
Caution(s): Consult your veterinarian before using in severely debilitated animals and for assistance in the diagnosis, treatment, and control of parasitism. Do not mix in feeds containing bentonite.
Warning(s): Not for use in horses intended for food.