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Re: Camellanus worm treatment
I think there are a pretty good series of articles on this available at
www.thekrib.com. The medications name is levamisol(e) hydro-chloride -
at least according the the Canadian Food Inspection Agency - Veterinary
Drugs. I seem to think that there is a form available called Discomed.
It is available at most farm stores that sell animal medications in
Canada. I can't comment on the US.
There is another article at
that might be of some help.
David Sanchez wrote:
> Question for anyone who might know. I was told that
> you can get Levamsole treatment it is used for goats
> and cattle and can be bought at a farm store is this
> true and what is it called? Thanks
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