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The mechanism of ivermectin
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Dave Cen.Ia
Posted 12/30/2020 11:56 (#8708368 - in reply to #8708296)
Subject: RE: The mechanism of ivermectin



Nevada, Iowa
When I first read what you had to say my initial reaction was "yikes, nothing like a barnyard experiment". Then, in typical fashion that has developed with me over the past years, I harkened back to my youth. I was using a product called Tiguvon on sows. Middle of the winter and those sows were so mangy that they were uncomfortable and they had just farrowed. I poured the product on as I turned the sows in and I noticed the piglets turning away from the udder. I knew Tiguvon was systemic but they could taste it right away. All of a sudden, so did I! I should have used a rubber glove. Got a drip on my index finger and just that quick I had a sour taste. Talk about a learning experience. I know that Ivermectin just about has to be safer than the Tiguvon was. LOL
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