FENBENDAZOLE, Anthelmintic for Veterinary Use in CATTLE, SHEEP, GOATS, PIG, POULTRY, HORSES, DOGS and CATS Against Roundworms and Tapeworms
Chemical & Physical Properties:
CAS NO: 43210-67-9
Molecular Formular: C15H13N3O2S
Melting point : 232°C
storage temp.: 0-6°C
white or almost white powder
Residue on Ignition
Loss on drying
Fenbendazole soluble in dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), slightly soluble in common organic solvents, insoluble in water.
Oral LD50, rat, acute*: >10000 mg/kg
Dermal LD50, rat, acute*: >2000 mg/kg
MRL (maximum residue limit) established for either beef, mutton pork or chicken meat*:
For sheep: Fenbendazole is efficient for treating imageo and larva of haemonchosis, ostertagia, trichostrongyle, cooperia, nematodirus, bunostomum trigonocephalum, chabertia, oesophagostomum, trichuris and dictyocaulus. Fenbendazole has good effects in treating moniezia expansa and M.benedeni. Fenbendazole needs large dose for trematode.
For cattle: The expelling spectra of cattle is almost similar to that of sheep, need large dose for trematode. Fenbendazole has good effects in treating imago of fasciola hepatica and schistosomula of bovine paramphistomum.
For pig: Fenbendazole has good expelling parasite effects in treating imago and larva of ascaris suum, hyostrongylus rubidus, and oesophagostomum.
For horse: Fenbendazole has good effects in treating parascaris equorum, imago and larva of oxyuris equi, Pprobstmayria vivipara, strongylus vulgaris, strongyle and small strongyle.
Package: 25 kg/drum