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In Reply to: Re: Mites ? posted by Kimberly on August 22, 2001 at 12:25:21:
A feed store near me carries a dust containing permectrin (0.025%) that is sold as a treatment for horses and cattle. I find no reference anywher for using permectrin on goats/sheep. I do find a reference to a "permethrin". ( my local feed store does not carry that) Anyone know if the first one above - permectrin - is ok for goats ?
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