SpectoGard Scour-Chek

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SpectoGard Scour-Chek

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SpectoGard Scour-Chek is a fast-acting spectinomycin oral solution used in young pigs under 4 weeks of age for treatment and control of scours caused by E. coli. Read More

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SpectoGard Scour-Chek

SpectoGard Scour-Chek is a fast-acting oral solution for pig scours. It is intended for use in young pigs under 4 weeks of age or weighing less than 15 lbs for the treatment and control of scours caused by E.coli.

SpectoGard Scour-Chek Benefits:

  • effective anti-infective with proven spectinomycin activity
  • convenient, ready-to-use solution with no mixing required
  • palatable taste makes it readily accepted
  • fast-acting with positive results in 3 to 5 days
  • approved by FDA

SpectoGard Scour-Chek Dosage And Administration:

Pigs under 10 lbs.: give 1 mL twice daily.
Pigs over 10 lbs.: give 2 mL twice daily.

Treatment may be continued twice daily for 3 to 5 days.
If pigs do not improve within 48 hours, rediagnosis is suggested.


  • Brand: Bimeda
  • Ingredient: Spectinomycin
  • Form: Drench
  • Size: 240 mL,1000 mL
  • Withdrawal: 21 days Slaughter

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars


    Great for lots of lambs in a bucket feeding group. No scours this year at all!

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars


    This product is a good broad based antibiotic used once a week between races and all year long for racing pigeons

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "works for goat scours"

    This is a great product for goat scours caused by worms or cocci and sometimes toxic indigestion. I check for sounds that the stomach is ruminating and dose adult goats 3ml of scour halt along with a pro biotic every 12 hours. Then treat the cause of scours.

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "baby goat scours"

    I used to have zero survival from scours in baby goats until I found spectogard. I use doses about twice as large as recommended on the bottle because it is quickly passed out the gut and is not absorbed by the body to any extent. I separate the doses by about 36 hours. Usually two doses is enough. As soon as the diarhhea shows first signs of slowing down then stop the medicine. Loose-looking infrequent stool will continue somewhat for 3 more days because it takes a full 3 days for the lining of the gut to heal after all the bad bacteria have been killed off.

  5. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Great for Scours"

    I actually use this on my calves and it works great. I usually mix it with some Kao Pectin if I catch it early and they do really well. If it's a little worse case then I mix it with electrolyte and it works wonders. It's the best stuff out there.

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