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Epricert is the ideal treatment for gutworm and lungworm infections in one easy-to-use application.

  • Zero Milk Withdrawal
  • Rainfast
  • 15 Days Meat Withdrawal

MORE MILK
Studies have shown that treating with Eprinomectin can increase milk yield by more than 2 litres per cow per day.1

IMPROVED PERFORMANCE
Treating with Eprinomectin increases grazing for up to 50 minutes longer following treatment.2

WHEN TO TREAT
Around calving time: The transition from late gestation to early lactation is when the cow’s nutritional demands are at their highest. Treating with Eprinomectin will maximise DMI intake at this crucial time; potentially improving fertility and milk production.3

At risk periods: Treating cows against worms is vital in the run-up to winter housing, as this can weaken a cow’s ability to fend off other housing-related illnesses, such as pneumonia.

1 M. Reist, T. D. E. Medjitna, U. Braun, K. Pster, The Veterinary Record, September 28, 2002, p377 – 379.
2 Forbes, A.B. Huckle C.A. & Gibb M.J. (2004). Impact of Eprinomectin on grazing behaviour and performance in dairy cattle with sub-clinical gastrointestinal nematode infections under continuous stocking management. Veterianry Parasitology, 125, p353-364.
3. Forbes, A.B., Huckle, C.A. & Gibb, M.J., (2004). Impact of eprinomectin on grazing behaviour and performance in dairy cattle with sub-clinical gastrointestinal nematode infections under continuous stocking management. Veterinary Parasitology, 125, p353-364.

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