was going to get some just in case ,we hopefuly wont need it ! also flubenvet is on prescription isn't it? so would take time to get !does flubenvet only come in the pellets?
Flube is off prescription now and also comes in liquid !
ANY IDEA WHERE I CAN GET THE LIQUID
Hi mikey , sorry to take so long getting back , i havent bought the liquid myself , i get mine added to my food . But i have seen the bottles in my local country wide stores , or try an agricultural merchants . One thing to keep in mind is that you tend to get gapes in your birds in wet conditions , and very often the poults will be drinking from puddles and wheel rutts , this makes treating them via drinkers difficult. To that end , if you are a small shoot , try and approach a larger shoot and buy a few bags of treated growers from them . Next year try and tack a few bags for yourself on their order, if you offer the keeper a duck flight or a mornings shooting as a sweetener i am sure he will oblige !!! Dont forget that the life cycle of a worm is 3 weeks , I treat mine at 9 weeks and 12 weeks as routine and never hear a snick . ATB Shovel
cheers shovel leaner we had flube added last year but didn't need it we haven't bothered this year to try and cut costs so I thought i would get some liquid just in case!