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Producer's Pride Sheep & Goat Deccoquinate (DQ), Medicated Feed, 50 lb.

SKU: 220104299
Producer's Pride Sheep & Goat Deccoquinate (DQ), Medicated Feed, 50 lb.
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Producer's Pride Sheep & Goat Deccoquinate (DQ) helps prevent parasite infection while providing your animals with the solid nutrition they need for strong, healthy growth. Young sheep and goats are susceptible to infestation with various coccidia parasites which can seriously impact their health at a time when nutrient needs are high due to fast growth.

  • Contains ammonium chloride which helps acidify urine
  • Pelleted form
  • Active Drug Ingredient: .0015% Decoquinate

Specification Description
CountryofOrigin: Made in USA
Package Size: 50 lb.
Brand: Producer's Pride
Special Feature(s): Includes Active Drug Ingredient: .0015% Decoquinate
Special Diet: Intended for young sheep and goats who are susceptible to infestation with various coccidia parasites
Feed Type: Includes Deccoquinate (DQ), which helps prevent parasite infection
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Life Stage: All lifestages
Form: Pelleted
Animal Compatibility: Sheep, goat
Part Number: 66017
Warranty: N/A
Manufacturer Part Number 66017
Producer's Pride Sheep & Goat Deccoquinate (DQ), Medicated Feed, 50 lb. is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 83.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good goat feed My goats like it and haven’t had any medical issues with them. Been on this feed since I’ve owned them. ( approx. 5 months )
Date published: 2019-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Great food to mix with the allstock feed. Higher protean, fair price and medicated. I have been using this for 6 years.
Date published: 2019-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent feed This feed is great for the money my goats like it just as much if not more than the higher priced feed.
Date published: 2019-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from On Our Love Ranch We have 4 goats which all eat this medicated goat food all 4 goats have beautiful coats and are happy,happy,happy.Teresa Lavieri
Date published: 2019-08-02
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Is this a good one for does and bucks. Not milking goats. They are pets. Thank you in advance for the help. Still and always learning.

Asked by: DanaMH
This medicated feed helps to prevent the parasite coccidiosis, and it is also safe to feed to goats that are producing milk, but the milk is not to be used for human consumption. The feed also contains ammonium chloride, which acidifies the urine, to help reduce the incidence of urinary calculi. There is no copper added to this feed, so an additional copper source will need to be fed to goats, like Dumor Pasture Mineral. If only feeding to goats, they may want to switch to one of our other goat products, instead. Noble Goat grower is medicated, contains the ammonium chloride, and will have the copper needed.
Answered by: PHailey
Date published: 2017-10-16

Is this feed okay to feed to pregnant goats??

Asked by: goatgirl301
Yes, this product is okay to feed to pregnant goats.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2019-04-30

Does this have magnesium in it if so how much

Asked by: TRY FARMS
This feed contains magnesium.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-05-01

Have 6 sheeps and one llama. is it safe for the llama to eat?

Asked by: Simonee1
It is not recommended since it would be feeding "off label". Feeds are designed for a specific species and labeled as such. It is medicated with Decoquinate to prevent coccidiosis as also contains ammonium chloride as a urinary acidifies.
Answered by: jessicasm
Date published: 2019-08-21

What happens if you drink pasteurized goat milk when she eating this

Asked by: Duke3yr
Since there is an active drug ingredient, .0015% Decoquinate, in this feed, it is not recommended to feed to goats that are producing milk for food.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2019-05-09

Is there a withdrawal period for slaughter sheep? 

Asked by: Mark254
There is no withdrawal period for this product.
Answered by: Tbeacher
Date published: 2019-01-25

I have 7 goats, who I feed all together, should I feed them this separately or is it ok to feed them together? And if so, How much?

Asked by: Oreo40
Feed at a rate of 3.34 lbs to sheep/goat weighing 100 lbs to provide 22.7 mg decoquinate per 100 lb of body weight (0.5 mg/kg) per day. Feed 0.334 lbs of feed/10 pounds of body weight. Feed at least 28 days during period of exposure to coccidiosis or when it is likely to be a hazard. Feed at least 28 days in a row to treat. If animals are all of a similar size, group feeding would appropriate.
Answered by: jessicasm
Date published: 2019-07-30

Can my mare eat this food. She ate some but not alot

Asked by: My Bonnie
Please contact your vet since it does have medication in the feed. The Decoquinate is used for coccidiosis in goats but is not recommended for horses. Your horse will probably be okay but we do recommend to consult with your vet.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-07-06
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