Noromectin Paste for Horses [active ingredient: Ivermectin] (POM-VPS)

Noromectin is a broad spectrum horse wormer capable of treating multiple-species infestations, including roundworms, lungworms and bots. This product should be used in early and late summer alongside a tapeworm treatment in spring and autumn for year-round parasite control. One syringe is sufficient to treat up to 700kg body weight, if your horse is heavier than this a second syringe is required. For more information on when to worm your horse, please read our Confused About Worming? article, written by our in-house SQP.

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Noromectin is an ivermectin based horse wormer for the treatment and control of important internal parasites, including roundworms, lungworms and bots.

What does Noromectin treat?

Noromectinl oral paste, at the recommended dosage level, provides effective control of the following parasites of horses and ponies:
  • Large Strongyles
  • Small Strongyles (adults)
  • Hairworms
  • Pinworms
  • Ascarids
  • Intestinal Threadworms
  • Large-mouth stomach worms
  • Lungworms
  • Neck threadworm
  • Stomach bots

When should Noromectin be used?

Noromectin should be used in early and late summer, alongside a treatment for tapeworm in spring and autumn and a treatment for encysted small redworms over the winter months, to provide a complete year round parasite control programme for all types of horses and ponies, including pregnant and lactating mares, and foals over six weeks of age.

More Information
Manufacturer Norbrook
Presentation Oral Paste
Suitable for use during pregnancy? Yes
Complies with Jockey Club/ FEI Rules Yes
Warnings Toxic to dogs and cats, extremely dangerous to fish and aquatic organisms. Please read entire package insert before use.
Condition new
My Horse Is... Lactating
Agreement File noromectin.pdf
Instructions for use Noromectin oral paste for horses is given by mouth at the recommended dose rate. Each syringe division delivers sufficient paste to treat 100kg of bodyweight. The syringe delivers sufficient paste to treat 700kg bodyweight at the recommended dose rate.

The horse’s weight should be accurately determined to ensure use of the correct dose of product. Use of a scale or weigh tape is recommended to ensure accurate dosing.
Before administration adjust the syringe to the calculated dosage by setting the ring on the plunger.

The animal’s mouth must be free of food. The syringe should be placed between the front and back teeth and the paste deposited at the base of the tongue. Immediately elevate the head for a few seconds to ensure that the product is swallowed.

Treatment is recommended twice a year, in the summer months. Use alongside a tapeworm treatment in spring and autumn to provide all year round protection from intestinal parasites.
Ingredients Label Ivermectin
Legal Category POM-VPS (Prescription-only medicine). Please answer the questions above.
Unsure about worming? If you have any questions about worming your horse please do not hesitate to contact Hannah, our SQP, on 01995 671787 or email
Adverse Reaction If your horse has had an adverse reaction to this, or any other wormer, please fill in the VMD Adverse Event Form
Wormer Information For the latest, up to date information about this wormer, please see the VMD Product Information Database
Parasites Treated Ascarids (P.equorum), Hairworms (Trichostrongylus), Lungworm (D.arnfeldi), Pinworm (Oxyuris), Roundworm (Parascaris), Small Redworm (Adult Stage), Stomach Bots, Threadworm
Active Ingredient Ivermectin (18.7mg/g)
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