Verm-X Herbal Pellets for Alpacas and Llamas

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Verm-X Herbal Pellets for Alpacas and Llamas
A 100% natural, palatable and easy to use formulation that controls intestinal hygiene whilst being gentle on the gut and digestive system. It creates an environment in the gut and digestive system which can attack and expel challenges in this area. Whereas chemical products generally work on whatever challenges are present at the time of feeding, the environment this product builds is designed to stay active throughout the year, so that as long as it is fed for seven consecutive days each and every month as instructed, it is able to stop anything from settling and doing its damage, keeping your animals healthy and you happy! A pelleted formulation, designed to promote overall good health, as well as controlling intestinal hygiene, with additional fibre to aid digestion. This palatable and easy to feed formulation mixes well with standard feeds. 
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