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Cydectin 2% LA Injection for Sheep

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C2%LA
  • Clear yellow liquid for injection
  • Contains 20mg/ml moxidectin as an active substance
  • For the treatment and prevention of mixed infections of gastrointestinal nematodes, repiratory nematodes and certain arthropod parasites in sheep
  • Clear yellow liquid for injection
  • Contains 20mg/ml moxidectin as an active substance
  • For the treatment and prevention of mixed infections of gastrointestinal nematodes, repiratory nematodes and certain arthropod parasites in sheep
  • Dosage- 0.5ml per 10kg bodyweight
  • Do not use in sheep less than 15kg bodyweight
  • Should administered as a single subcutaneous injection at the base of the ear
  • Meat withdrawal- 108 days

Scab Control Satisfaction Guarantee

A single treatment with CYDECTIN 20mg/ml Long Acting Injection for Sheep will treat and prevent re-infestation of sheep with moxidectin-sensitive strains of Psoroptes ovis for up to 60 days. If, during the persistency period, you are concerned that CYDECTIN 20mg/ml Long Acting Injection for Sheep hasn’t provided the expected level of scab control, in collaboration with your vet and advisor, Zoetis guarantees to: 1. Conduct a thorough investigation of the scab control status of the treated sheep 2. Pay the costs of associated laboratory tests 3. Prepare a scab control plan tailored to your farm

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