Routine dry cow therapy is an integral part of mastitis control. In conjunction with, proper management of the cow during drying-off and over the dry period, correct administration of Cefalonium Intramammary Infusion (Dry Cow) at drying off:
Reduces new infections at drying off and in the dry period, treats subclinical mastitis that may be present at drying off, and helps reduce SCC’s and mastitis in the subsequent lactation.
DOSAGE & ADMINISTRATION
Treatment MUST be at least 49 days before calving. Treat each cow immediately following its final milking for the season. Administration must not be delayed.
Administer one syringe per quarter. Clean the teat thoroughly with a fresh teat wipe. Allow to dry. Insert nozzle (either partial or full insertion) and infuse the full contents of syringe into the teat canal. Spray carefully with an approved teat spray.
Use immediately after the last seasonal milking only. Dry cow therapy should be used once at drying off only. Lactating cow products should be used if retreatment is required during the dry period. Not to be used in lactating cows.
Please refer to the instruction manual for details.
Store protected from light below 30ºC.
DO NOT refrigerate or FREEZE.
Each 3 g (1 syringe) suspension
contains Cefalonium (as cefalonium dihydrate) 0.25g.