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TESTIMONIALS
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Worm control in heifers improves from 52 to 95 percent by rotating to Safe-Guard® (fenbendazole). Read more »
Dr. Phillip Osborne • Extension Livestock Specialist
West Virginia University • Morgantown, West Virginia
IS YOUR DEWORMER WORKING?
Many dewormer programs leave parasites behind. The USDA1 recommends beef and dairy producers perform a Fecal Egg Count Reduction Test (FECRT) to measure deworming effectiveness.

1USDA’s parasite National Animal Health Monitoring System (NAHMS) Study 08 and roundtable
SAFE-GUARD PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT
Safe-Guard Blocks (En-Pro-Al® Molasses Blocks) are the one-step, effective way to deworm your beef herd. Simply use it as your herd’s sole source of salt for three days to ensure your cattle receive an effective dose.