Coccidia Vaccine

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Re: Coccidia Vaccine

Postby Jeanne - Simme Valley » Tue Jan 02, 2018 1:42 pm

O-No-Mo is a GREAT product. Keep it on hand at all times. May never need it, but when you do, it's in-valuable.
For treatment of cocci - I use Sulfa bolus (like Sustain III). Sulfa is a treatment, but not all drug companies paid the money to "get it on label".
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Re: Coccidia Vaccine

Postby Randi » Tue Jan 02, 2018 4:27 pm

There's an 'own use' rule for us up here. There are certain things that I can (and do) go across the line to get. Multimin and ivermectin are a couple. I need to go get my Multimin supply here fairly soon.
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Re: Coccidia Vaccine

Postby Silver » Tue Jan 02, 2018 4:35 pm

Jeanne - Simme Valley wrote:O-No-Mo is a GREAT product. Keep it on hand at all times. May never need it, but when you do, it's in-valuable.
For treatment of cocci - I use Sulfa bolus (like Sustain III). Sulfa is a treatment, but not all drug companies paid the money to "get it on label".


We don't often treat for scours anymore, but when we do we use a sulfa bolus as well (can't remember the brand offhand), and in conjunction with electrolytes works very well. And a dose of Metacam for good measure. Caught quickly it seems they are up in no time flat and back being a calf again.
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