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I recently got some fecal results back and one of my 6 month old goats has a heavy load of coccidia (no signs of coccidiosis though) and high number of strongyle eggs. Another of my 6 month olds has some tapeworm eggs as well.

I am planning to do a 5 day Corid drench on the one with high cocci, but wasn't sure if I can worm her at the same time or if I need to wait until after Corid treatment. Also wasn't sure of the best wormer for what they have- ivermectin?

I'm still fairly new to goats so any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!!
 

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Yes you can do both. Ivomec will work for stongyle but not the tape worm. You can get Equamax for horses which treat both. Dose is 3 x the horse dose...so if the girls weigh 50 pounds..dose as if 150 pounds.
Be sure to follow corid instructions in the medicine file here on TGS.
 
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