An easier way to worm your hens. Simply replace your hens usual feed with these pre-medicated pellets for 7 days. As the product is medicated it tends to come with a short best before date so it is advisable not to order until near the date it is required. In some instances treatment will need to be started with a couple of days of receipt of the product. Please contact us before ordering if you need to check the exact best before date of our current batch. Depending on availability, we have in stock Flubenvet medicated feed from either Marriages or Heygates, so you may receive either brand.
As Flubenvet is a POM-VPS medication we cannot process any orders until a prescription form has been completed. Please Click here to fill in the form before or immediately after ordering, failure to complete the form means we are unable to send your goods. We are licenced by the VMD and have a qualified A-SQP onsite in order to sell Fluvenvet. We do not ship outside the UK.
If you are ordering pellets with Flubenvet please be aware as the product is medicated it comes with a very short best before date, so it is advisable not to order until near the date it is required. The maximum use by date would be 6 weeks but in many instances it could be 2 weeks. In some instances treatment will need to be started within a couple of days of reciept of the product. Please contact us before ordering if you need to check the exact best before date of our current batch.
As a guide an adult medium sized hen will consume 1kg of feed per week, therefore allow 1kg of medicated feed to worm each average sized hen i.e. If you have 8 hybrid hens you will require 8kg's of these pellets. Domestic Poultry Wormer: Flubenvet Medicated Premixture is effective against gapeworm, large roundworm, caecal worm, hairworm, and gizzard worm in chickens, turkeys, and geese. Activity includes adult worms, larvae and eggs. Medicated feed should be fed for 7 consecutive days. Incorporate the required amount of the product into the daily feed ration. Birds on the ground with known worm infestations are susceptible to re-infestation. In such cases, re-treatment with another 7-day course, after 3 weeks is recommended.
Birds must not be slaughtered for human consumption during treatment. Treated birds may be slaughtered for human consumption only after 7 days from the last treatment; the meat withdrawal time is 7 days. Eggs - There is no withholding period for domestic poultry producing eggs for human consumption when the product is used at the recommended inclusion rate; the egg withdrawal time is zero days.