Baycox® Piglet Coccidiocide is only to be used in accordance with manufacturers directions and information supplied on and with the product.
Manfacturer: Bayer Australia Ltd. Please note that Bayer Australia Ltd are committed to ensuring that it's products are used safely and effectively. Bayer approves sales of this product only through and on the prior advice of registered veterinarians. Bayer Australia Ltd. products are labelled for sale in Australia. Baycox® is a registered trademark.
Composition Toltrazuril 50 mg/mL.
Use for the control of coccidiosis caused by Isospora suis infection in neonatal piglets.
I. suis infection is a major cause of diarrhoea, dehydration, loss of appetite, poor growth and occasional mortality in piglets between birth and 3 to 4 weeks of age. Baycox® Piglet Coccidiocide is effective in one dose because it attacks all stages of the parasite in the animal.
Safety directions. When using the product wear rubber gloves. After each day's use wash gloves.
First aid. If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131 126.
Dosage and Administration 1 mL/piglet by mouth. Use once when the piglets are 3 to 6 days old or as soon as coccidial diarrhoea occurs. Treat all piglets in infected litters and all infected and at risk litters in the farrowing house.
Before using this product obtain a veterinary diagnosis for diarrhoea occurring in neonatal piglets. Clinical coccidiosis appears in piglets from 5 to 30 days of age. Control of the disease is most effective when Baycox® Piglet Coccidiocide is given as a preventive treatment before intestinal damage occurs and diarrhoea begins. Therefore it is important to establish the correct cause of scouring in neonatal piglets, then treat all new litters at 3 to 6 days of age to control the disease.