Baycox Piglet Cattle 250ml
Baycox Piglet Cattle 250ml Coccidiocide is easy to use, one-dose treatment for coccidiosis in pigs and cattle.
Toltrazuril, the active constituent of Baycox, is active against all intracellular stages of coccidia.
It interferes with the multiplication process and the energy pathways of the parasite.
Baycox Piglet treats and prevents clinical disease while allowing immunity to develop against coccidia.
- Baycox controls coccidiosis caused by Isospora suis infection of young piglets.
- Isospora suis infection is a major cause of diarrhoea, dehydration, loss of appetite, poor growth, and occasional mortality in piglets between birth and 3–4 weeks of age.
- Baycox is for the treatment of clinical coccidiosis, and as an aid in the prevention of coccidiosis in cattle up to 9 months of age caused by Eimeria bovis or Eimeria zuernii.
- Coccidiosis typically occurs in cattle less than a year old, causing diarrhoea, blood loss and poor absorption capacity.
- This results in reduced appetite and ability to convert feed, and a setback in growth.
Signs of coccidiosis are:
- Diarrhoea, often blood-stained, with mucus and straining
- Dehydration and depression
- Loss of appetite
- Reduced feed intake
- Retarded growth
- Risk of secondary infections
- Severe cases may result in death
- The convenient single oral dose for easy administration – follow up treatment is usually not necessary
- Kills all coccidia development stages
- Long-acting to suppress oocyst excretion over 42 days
- Efficacy is independent of the severity of the infection
- Does not impair natural immunity development
- Both curative and preventative to ensure production of high-value replacements
- Long shelf life
- Before using this product obtain a veterinary diagnosis for the cause of the diarrhoea.
Toltrazuril 50 g/L
- Give by mouth. Ensure the applicator is delivering a full dose before starting treatment.
- The applicator should be set to deliver a full dose per stroke.
- Treat at 3 – 6 days old at the onset of coccidial diarrhoea.
- Treat all piglets in infected litters and all infected and ‘at risk’ litters in the farrowing house.
Cattle: 3mL per 10kg bodyweight.
- In the case of a history of coccidiosis on the farm, treat 1 week before the expected onset of clinical signs.
- For prevention of coccidiosis in recently weaned calves, treat at weaning time when milk feeding ceases.
- Otherwise, treat at the onset of diagnosed clinical signs.
- MEAT (Pigs) – DO NOT USE less than 70 days before slaughter for human consumption.
- MEAT (Cattle) – DO NOT USE less than 56 days before slaughter for human consumption.
- MILK (Cattle) – DO NOT USE in lactating or pregnant cows where milk or milk products may be used for human consumption
- EXPORT SLAUGHTER INTERVAL (ESI) (Pigs): No ESI established.
- EXPORT SLAUGHTER INTERVAL (ESI) (Cattle): DO NOT slaughter for export for 75 days after last treatment.