Today is a one-day mastitis treatment for lactating cows. Today is a cephalosporin antimicrobial. Each 10 ml syringe contains 200 mg of cephapirin activity as cephapirin sodium. With Aveco ends for partial or full insertion into teat canal. Use Today at the first signs of bovine mastitis, including inflammation or alteration in milk produced. Inject 1 full syringe into each infected quarter immediately after milking and repeat in 12 hours. (Do not milk out for 12 hours.) Do not use milk for 96 hours after last treatment with Today. 12 syringes per box.
Tomorrow is a mastitis treatment for dry cows containing cephapirin benzathine. Each 10 ml syringe has 300 mg of cephapirin activity in a stable peanut oil gel. With Aveco ends for partial or full insertion into teat canal. Treatment with Tomorrow is recommended for use during the dry period of any cow known to harbor mastitis organisms. Infuse 1 full syringe into each quarter at the time of drying off. Use no later than 30 days prior to calving. 12 syringes per box.
Two powerful antibiotics, Novobiocin and Penicillin, are combined to give effective treatment for subclinical mastitis in dry cows. Infuse contents of one syringe into each quarter of the cow’s udder. 12 tubes per box.
Go-Dry Penicillin G Procraine for Dry Cows is used for the treatment of bovine mastitis in dry cows. Go-Dry is effective against udder infections caused by Streptococcus agalactiae. Each 10 ml syringe contains 100,000 units Penicillin G Procaine in sesame oil. Administer Go-Dry at the time of drying-off by infusing all four quarters, one time only, with a single 10 ml syringe. Discard all milk for 72 hours (6 milkings) following calving, or later as indicated by the marketable quality of the milk. 12 tubes per box.
Masti-Clear is used for the treatment of bovine mastitis in lactating cows. Masti-Clear is effective against udder infections caused by Streptococcus agalactiae, Streptococcus dysgalactiae and Streptococcus uberis. Each 10 ml syringe contains 100,000 units Penicillin G Procaine in sesame oil. Administer Masti-Clear promptly at the first signs of mastitis. Administer one 10 ml syringe per infected quarter. Treatment may be repeated at 12 hour intervals, up to a total of 3 doses. Treated quarters should not be milked for at least 6 hours after treatment, but should be milked at regular intervals thereafter. Milk withdrawal 60 hours (5 milkings) after the latest treatment. 12 tubes per box.
Used to help prevent new intramammary infections during the dry period. It is a sterile, inert, malleable paste that is infused into the teat canal of cows at dry off, which creates a barrier against environmental pathogens similar to the keratin plug. It is presented ready-to-use in syringes, each containing 4 grams of intramammary infusion composed of 65% bismuth subnitrate, in a mineral oil vehicle.
Treatment for mastitis infection. Proven to reduce Somatic cell count in milk by up to 50%. Treat one animal or the entire herd. Spray on nose or add to water for at least 10 days. Give cows 2 ml twice daily, sheep or goats 1 ml twice daily. Natural formula. No milk withdrawal. 8 oz. provides treatment for 6 cows, 12 sheep or goats.
The Mas-D-Tec Subclinical Mastitis Detector is a hand held electronic meter that measures electrical conductivity in a small sample of milk. This advanced technology is used for early identification of subclinical mastitis in individual quarters or cows. Research has shown that conductivity increases markedly with the onset of mastitis infection. Mas-D-Tec detects an increase in conductivity long before other clinical symptoms and signs are evident.
Hetacin-K (hetacillin potassium) Intramammary Infusion is for the treatment of acute, chronic, or subclinical bovine mastitis. Hetacin-K should be used at the first signs of inflammation or at the first indication of any alteration in the milk. Hetacillin potassium is a broad-spectrum agent which provides bactericidal activity against a wide range of common gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. Each 10 ml disposable syringe contains hetacillin potassium equivalent to 62.5 mg ampicillin activity in a stable peanut oil gel. Infuse the entire contents of one syringe (10 ml) into each infected quarter. Repeat at 24-hour intervals until a maximum of three treatments has been given. If definite improvement is not noted within 48 hours after the treatment, the causal organism should be further investigated. Ampicillin.
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