Banminth prevents migration of ascarid larvae before they cause liver and lung damage. It is a member of the class of synthetic compounds called tetra-hydropyrimidines and is chemically unrelated to any other parasite-control product used in swine.

Banminth prevents and controls parasitic nodular worms in pigs. A truly versatile anthelmintic with a wide margin of safety, it can be fed to swine of all ages, including growing pigs, gilts, pregnant sows, herd boars and young breeding stock.

Phil Borgic: Deworming and Improving Herd Health with Banminth
Dr. Joe Connor: To Deworm or Not to Deworm

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