Re: organic pig wormer needed
Greg & Lei Gunthorp (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 20 Aug 1998 22:47:38 -0500
Has anyone tried the homeopathic wormers?
I've tried the homeopathic route. I stuck in my conventional wormer to
check its effectiveness and found way to many adult egg laying worms.
Perhaps I didn't use the right rate. I had a hard time comprehending that
the levels were the same for the size of waterer and not the number of pigs.
I have about 600-700 pigs that I used this on and according to the
directions I recieved, I haven't used $23 worth of product yet. It sure
doesn't seem like enough to me. Any thoughts?
Anybody have any ideas on the rate of Tobacco to use? Where do I get
organic tobacco? Would the most effective(and safest) way to use it be to
grind it in the feed? That way I could distribute it evenly to all the pigs.
Isn't tobacco potentially lethal?
From: Intergalactic Garage <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Thursday, August 20, 1998 7:57 AM
Subject: Re: organic pig wormer needed
>> Greg, Try plug tobacco. Cheryl Fredericks
>>Greg & Lei Gunthorp wrote:
>>Anybody have any suggestions for an effective organic pig wormer?Thanks in
>>advance,GregGunthorp's Pasture-ized Pork LaGrange, Indiana (a stones
>>throw from Ohio & Michigan)
>><mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com visit our farm at
>Homeopathy Works (they're on the www somewhere or try "800" directory)
>carries a homeopathic wormer. It's cheap too!
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