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Harkers 3 in 1 Tablets (pack of 50)

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Harkers 3 in 1 Tablets (pack of 50).
Harkers 3 in 1 pigeon treatment is designed to take the hassle out of treating birds with 3 separate medications.

Harkers 3 in 1 tablets are a single dose treatment for coccidiosis, canker and worms in racing pigeons. The result of lengthy research and trials with top anciers across the UK, Harkers were the first company to  icence a combination product under the small animal exception scheme, to treat and prevent three of the most common complaints in pigeons. Saving both time and money compared to using three individual treatments.

Contains Diclazuril 2.5mg; Fenbendazole 8.0mg; Ronidazole 20.0mg

For oral administration.
1 tablet per pigeon to be placed directly into the mouth. To assist dosing, the pigeon should be held by a second person. The tablet should be pushed gently through the open beak and throat as far as possible into the gullet.
All birds in the same loft should be treated simultaneously to prevent re-infection by untreated birds. All birds in the loft should be treated before feeding. At the time of treatment drinking troughs should be removed until 2 hours after treatment when they can be returned to the loft after thorough disinfection.

Birds should be treated at mating and again 3 – 4 weeks later to prevent infection of the nestlings. If de-worming is necessary during the breeding season, the product should be given to the birds in the evening when feeding the nestlings is finished. 
Repeat treatment is recommended when the possibility of re-infection is high – at the start of the reproductive period, at the beginning of brooding, when bringing in new birds, etc.
Birds should be treated following transportation to shows ore races where they may be exposed to contaminated cages, baskets etc.

For administration to homing, racing and show pigeons for the following conditions:  treatment and control of coccidiosis caused by Eimeria labbeana and Eimeria columbarum; treatment of hairworm, roundworm and tapeworm infections; therapeutic and routine treatment of canker (trichomoniasis) caused by Trichomonas coloumbae.

Do not use in pigeons under two months of age. 
Do not use during the moulting season.
Do not administer with drugs that may cause vomiting.

Do not store above 25°C.  Store in a cool, dry place.
Keep blister in outer carton.
Keep out of reach and sight of children.
Dispose of empty packaging and any remaining product in the household refuse.
Excreta from treated birds should not be spread onto land used for growing crops.

Once treated, the treatment lasts for 6 weeks, 3 in 1 Tablets can be given after the pigeon is 2 months old. They should not be given to pigeons younger than 2 months old.
Tablets can be used during the racing season, before pairing but NOT when birds are moulting.