Veterinary Supplies

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  1. Kao-Pec

    Kao-Pec

    $13.95
    This antidiarrheal liquid aids in treating noninfectious diarrhea. It is the animal equivalent of Kaopectate with the active ingredients Kaolin and Pectin. 1 gallon. Learn More
  2. Agrimycin 200, 100 ml. Bottle

    Agrimycin 200, 100 ml. Bottle

    $15.95
    This is the generic version of LA-200, the oxytetracycline, broad spectrum antibiotic for use in treating respiratory infection/pneumonia, mastitis, pinkeye, scours, and shipping fever. 100 ml. bottle. Learn More
  3. LA-200, 100 ml. Bottle

    LA-200, 100 ml. Bottle

    $26.95
    Oxytetracycline is a broad spectrum antibiotic for use in treating respiratory infection/pneumonia, mastitis, pinkeye, scours, and "shipping fever." 100 ml. bottle. Learn More
  4. Blood Stop Powder

    Blood Stop Powder

    $6.15
    A powder to be used topically as an aid in checking bleeding after dehorning. Also use for treating superficial cuts or wounds. 16 oz. plastic shaker can. Learn More
  5. Iodine Tincture -- Triple Source

    Iodine Tincture -- Triple Source

    $13.95
    This strong iodine is the right choice for dipping navels of newborn kids; use with our compact teat dip/dipping navel cup. 16 oz. bottle. Learn More
  6. Gentle Iodine Spray, 1 Pint

    Gentle Iodine Spray, 1 Pint

    $7.10
    "No sting" gentle iodine wound spray with a non-aerosol dispenser pump. Topical antiseptic for use prior to surgical procedures such as castrating and for ringworm, foot rot, teat sores, minor cuts and bruises. 1 pint bottle. Learn More
  7. Blu-Kote Antiseptic Spray

    Blu-Kote Antiseptic Spray

    $6.15
    Blu-Kote is an effective treatment for surface wounds, abrasions, and ringworm. This fast-drying antiseptic spray is highly effective against pus-producing bacteria and common fungus infections. 4 oz. non-aerosol spray bottle. Learn More
  8. Vet RX

    Vet RX

    $8.10
    Based on a formula in use since 1874, Vet Rx has proven effective for relieving upper respiratory ailments in most goats. Helps open the breathing passages so your goats breathe more easily. For the temporary relief of respiratory infections, colds, coughs, wheezing, and sniffles. Can also be used to treat ear mites. The squeeze bottle makes treating goats easy. 2 oz. Learn More
  9. Bloat Release

    Bloat Release

    $5.75
    An effective treatment for frothy bloat. Can be used as a drench or via a stomach pump. Follow label dosage and milk use instructions. Product contains docusate sodium in an emulsified soybean oil base. Labels says 6 fl. oz. for goats. 12 fl. oz. Learn More
  10. Foot Rot and Ringworm Spray

    Foot Rot and Ringworm Spray

    $7.50
    Use this new product to treat foot rot, ring worm, and other fungal problems. Active ingredient is Benzalkonium Chloride 0.15%. Directions say to soak affected area liberally. For ringworm, use daily until hair begins to regrow. After you treat area, do not cover or bandage. Rinse treated areas with water before reapplying the solution, but be sure to rinse away all soap and detergent residue as it may lessen effectiveness. Keep away from eyes or mucous membranes. 1 pt. bottle. Learn More

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