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Programs that use no rotation involve the continued use of one effective drug until it no longer reduces small strongyle numbers as indicated by fecal egg counts. The intervals of administration depend on the dewormer used, but this program is limited to the use of ivermectin or the daily administration of pyrantel tartrate (Strongid C).

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