It does not contain any steroids, so can be used over a good length of time for treatment.
This product is used to treat bruises, deep wounds, skin disorders, cuts, swellings, soreness, hair loss, tender hooves and non-specific dermatose. It also claims to help healthy hair regrow and wounds to heal over well.
Nu-Stock recommends their product for: dogs, horses, cattle, sheep and alpacas.
Can be used on the nose, ears and legs.
Apply once every 3 days.
There is one other claim on the product - "Kills mites on contact"
It's this line that many poultry owners want to know if they can use it on their birds.
There is nothing on the product to indicate that it would be dangerous to poultry, however, the aim of this product is not for birds.
Nu-Stock makes no claims that this is appropriate for poultry.
So let's look at this ingredients for better clarification:
Ingredients: Sulfur 73%, Pine oil 2%, Mineral oil 25%
If you intend to use this on one or more of your poultry as mite treatment, consider the fact that mites are hard to track down in amongst feathers, unlike fur.
Fur can be parted and skin patches with hair loss often indicate where the mites have burrowed.
The practicality of using the product may be the biggest hindrance, since if ONE bird has mites, so may many of the others in the flock. In that case, dunking them in a luke warm bath with Maldisan 50 may be more effective. Please do not wash their heads in this solution.