Contains per ml.:
Tilmicosin base 300 mg.
Solvents ad. 1 ml.
It is indicated for the treatment of respiratory infections in cattle and sheep associated with Mannheimia haemolytica, Pasteurella spp. and other tilmicosin-susceptible micro-organisms, and for the treatment of ovine mastitis associated with Staphylococcus aureus and Mycoplasma spp. Additional indications include the treatment of interdigital necrobacillosis in cattle (bovine pododermatitis, foul in the foot) and ovine footrot.
For subcutaneous injection:
Cattle：pneumonia 1 ml per 30 kg body weight (10 mg/kg).
Cattle interdigital necrobacillosis 0.5 ml per 30 kg body weight (5 mg/kg).
Sheep: pneumonia and mastitis 1 ml per 30 kg body weight (10 mg/kg).
Sheep: footrot 0.5 ml per 30 kg body weight (5 mg/kg).
- For meat:
Cattle: 60 days.
- For milk:
Keep out of reach of children.
This is a long overdue follow-up to a video that I made around a year and a half ago and since that first video, I’ve learned a lot more about this topic through research and even trial and error including a lot of good comments and advise from people that viewed that first video.
I’ve also wrote up this process into a step by step PDF file for anyone interested in how to make this at home. Just reply to the video or if you wish, send me a private message through Youtube and I’ll be more than glad to email it to anyone interested.
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