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Ammo Allwormer Paste for Horses 32.5g

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Ammo Allwormer Paste for Horses 32.5g
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AMMO Allwormer Broad Spectrum And Bot Paste For Horses 32.5gm Controls Tapeworms Roundworms Pinworms Lungworms Skin Lesions Strongyles Hairworms and Bots

Active Constituents : 4mg/g Abamectin, 167mg/g Morantel Tartrate

  • Broad spectrum Abamectin and Morantel Tartrate horse worm and bot paste
  • Abamectin acts by binding selectively and with high affinity to glutamate-gated chloride channels in invertebrate nerve and muscle cells
  • This leads to hyperpolarisation of these cells, resulting in flaccid paralysis and death of the parasite
  • Morantel is a depolarising neuromuscular blocking agent producing paralysis by causing muscle contraction

For treatment and control of tapeworms (A.perfoliata) and roundworms, including ivermectin and abamectin resistant strains of Parascaris equorum, arterial larval stages of Strongylus vulgaris and benzimidazole resistant small strongyles, bots and skin lesions caused by Habronema and Draschia spp. (summer sores) and Onchocerca spp. microfiliariae (cutaneous onchocerciasis).


  • This paste is highly effective against gastrointestinal, cutaneous and pulmonary nematodes and bots of horses of all ages
  • Regular treatment will reduce the chances of verminous arteritis and colic caused by Strongylus vulgaris
  • At the recommended dose rate of 5.4g/100kg this paste controls the following parasites of horses
  • Treatment and control of:
    • Tapeworms: Anoplocephala perfoliataLarge
    • Strongyles: adult & larval stages of Strongylus vulgaris adult & tissue stages of S. edentatus adult stages of S. equinus
    • Small Strongyles: including benzimidazole resistant strains of adult and immature Cyathostomum spp, Cycliocyclus spp, Cylicostephanus spp, Cylicodontophorus spp, Gyalocephalus spp, Triodontophorus spp: adults
    • Pin Worm: adult & immature Oxyuris equi
    • Roundworm: adult & immature Parascaris equorum
    • Hairworm: adult Trichostrongylus axei
    • Neck Threadworm: microfilariae of Onchocerca spp
    • Bots: oral & gastric stages of Gasterophilus spp
    • Lungworm: adult & immature Dictyocaulus arnfeldi
    • Intestinal Threadworm: adult Strongyloides westeri
    • Large mouthed stomach worms: adult Habronema muscae
    • Skin lesions caused by: Habronema spp, Draschia spp cutaneouslarvae (Summer Sores), and Onchocerca spp microfilariae (Cutaneous Onchocerciasis)


  • 32.5g adjustable dose paste syringe


  • A year round worming prevention and treatment program varies with climatic and stocking conditions, but, in general terms all horses should be wormed every 6-8 weeks, commencing at approximately 6 weeks of age
  • All horses newly introduced to a property should be wormed immediately on arrival, and kept away from regularly used paddocks or yards for several days in order to minimise environmental recontamination

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