External and internal parasite infestations and illnesses are controlled using Cydectin Pour-On. The moxidectin-based solution is a pour-on therapy for dairy and beef cattle. This potent substance is used to treat horn flies, roundworms, lungworms, grubs, lice, and mites on the skin. This item is available in a number of sizes, and a pour funnel may be purchased separately.
Who is Cydectin Pour-On for Beef and Dairy Cattle for?
Beef and dairy cattle.
Why use Cydectin Pour-On for Beef and Dairy Cattle?
This topical therapy is a pour-on, waterproof, and very effective treatment with no period of withdrawal required. It cures a variety of parasites, including: Trichostrongylus Roundworms Cooperia Lungworms Grubs Hypoderma Lineatum Mites Chorioptes Bovis Psoroptes Ovis Lice Linognathus Vituli Haematopinus Eurysternus Solenopotes Capillatus Bovicola (Damalinia) Bovis Horn Flies Haematobia Irritans And more!
How does Cydectin Pour-On for Beef and Dairy Cattle work?
Moxidectin is the main component in this medication. Moxidectin belongs to the chemical family of endectocides milbemycin. When this substance is used, it causes a macrocyclic lactones reaction in the body, which disrupts neurotransmission. Parasites get paralyzed and, eventually, die as a result of this. The special pour-on solution promotes absorption and ensures that this potent treatment reaches the correct parts of the body.
Moxidectin (5 mg Moxidectin/mL)
How is Cydectin Pour-On for Beef and Dairy Cattle sold?
500 ml, 1 litre, 2.5 litre and 5 litre bottles (2.5 litre and 5 litre bottles require Cydectin Pour-On Gun 65 ml sold separately. Product #50274)
What are the side effects of Cydectin Pour-On for Beef and Dairy Cattle?
When administered up to three times the authorized dosage, breeding animals (cows and bulls in estrous and any pregnancy stage) had no effect on breeding performance. When given up to three times the permissible amount under 12 hours after birth and while nursing from a treated cow, newborn calves showed no indications of toxicity. Cattle fed up to 25 times the recommended amount showed no signs of toxicity. This product has been found to be safe for use in cattle of any age in tolerance and toxicity testing.
What special precautions are there?
When H. lineatum in the peri-esophageal tissue is destroyed, bloating might result. If H. bovis in the spinal canal is destroyed, it might cause paralysis or other problems in the hind limbs. If cattle were treated towards the conclusion of the fly season, re-treatment may be necessary in the winter. Seek vet guidance if additional treatment is required. This product's activator is soil, and it will swiftly attach to it. This substance is toxic to fish and other aquatic life. Properly discard the container and keep it away from sources of water. If the animal has been exposed to this product and their symptoms aren't going away, seek veterinary care immediately. If ingested, do not induce vomiting. To ease inhaling symptoms, get some fresh air. If eye contact occurs, flush well If clothing or skin contact occurs, wash well with soap and water Keep away from the skin, mucous membranes, and eyes Never leave near heat sources or flame This is a highly combustible formula Never use on a human For cattle only, not other animals Never apply to mange, skin lesions, mud, or manure This is a topical treatment only Never use internally Keep out of the reach of animals and children.
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Cydectin Pour-On for Beef and Dairy Cattle?
Discard in an approved landfill or incinerate. If the product has been frozen, allow it to thaw thoroughly and shake thoroughly prior to use. Short excursions are allowed. Store at or under a temperature of 77° Fahrenheit (25° Celsius).
This product causes the skin to become purple. After a short period of time, this tint will fade. Just open the bottle and pour a small line from the top of the back to the tail to use. Pour straight onto coat and skin, but avoid regions with unhealthy skin, such as manure, scabs, or dirt. The suggested dosage for this medication is 2 mL per 22 pounds of body weight. This dose provides 0. 5 milligrams of moxidectin for every 2.2 pounds.
Moxidectin (5 mg Moxidectin/mL)