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Noromycin 300 LA delivers more active ingredient (oxytetracycline) in a smaller dose (300 mg per mL). For pneumonia, shipping fever, pinkeye, wound infections, foot rot, & scours in cattle & swine. Read More
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Noromycin 300 LA
MORE ACTIVE INGREDIENT IN A SMALLER DOSE
Delivers 300 mg of oxytetracycline per mL. Only 3 mL per 100 pounds of body weight. Provides sustained blood levels for up to 4 days. Use for treatment of pneumonia, shipping fever complex, pinkeye, wounds, infections or foot rot, scours, and leptospirosis. Recommended for use in beef cattle, non-lactating dairy cattle, calves, and swine.
Noromycin 300 LA Key Benefits:
- non-prescription antibiotic injection
- contains 300 mg Oxytetracycline per mL
- provides sustained blood level for up to 4 days
Cattle Dosage: 3 mL SQ or IM per 100 lbs.
Swine Dosage: 3 mL SQ or IM per 100 lbs.
Note: 28 day slaughter withdrawal.
Any use of a product that is not clearly defined on the label directions should only be done under supervision of a qualified veterinary professional.
- Brand: Norbrook
- Ingredient: Oxytetracycline
- Form: Injectable
- Size: 100 mL,250 mL,500 mL
- Withdrawal: 28 days Slaughter
"For the minor farm emergenices"
Purchased Noromycin 300 LA to have on hand for the minor emergencies that might come up on the farm. We all know how cattle can be and the inopportune hours things happen. This is a part of my cattle emergency kit.
"Smaller dose required compared to other oxytetracycline injectables"
Regular Oxytetracycline 200 contains 200 mg per cc (Biomycin, etc) and requires a 4.5 cc dose per pound of body weight. Noromycin 300 contains 300 mg per cc, so it only requires a 3 cc dose per pound of body weight. I can give a 1,000 pound cow 30 cc of Noromycin 300 or 45 cc of Biomycin.
"GOOD ON GOATS"
I have started using this product on my Reg Boer Goats for the last 6 months and really like it FAR BETTER that the other products available, the do not scream when injected and only have to inject every other day, and the problem is usually cleared up but the 3rd day anyway.