Pigs: For the prevention of clinical signs of coccidiosis in neonatal piglets (3 – 5 days) on farms with a confirmed history of coccidiosis caused by Isospora suis.
Cattle: For the prevention of clinical signs of coccidiosis and reduction of oocyst shedding in housed calves replacing cows producing milk for human consumption (dairy cows) on farms with a confirmed history of coccidiosis caused by Eimeria bovis or Eimeria zuernii.
Sheep: For the prevention of clinical signs of coccidiosis and reduction of oocyst shedding in lambs on farms with a confirmed history of coccidiosis caused by Eimeria crandallis and Eimeria ovinoidalis.
Do not use cases of known hypersensitivity to the active substance or any of the excipients.
Cattle (for environmental reasons):
Do not use in calves weighing more than 80 kg body weight.
Do not use in veal or beef calves.
For more details see sections 4.5, other precautions and section 5, environmental properties.
As with any antiparasiticide frequent and repeated use of antiprotozoals from the same class may lead to the development of resistance.
It is recommended to treat all calves or lambs in a pen. Hygienic measures may reduce the risk of coccidiosis. It is therefore, recommended to improve concomitantly the hygienic conditions in the concerned facility, particularly dryness and cleanliness. To obtain maximum benefit, animals should be treated before the expected onset of clinical signs, i.e. in the prepatent period. To alter the course of an established clinical coccidial infection, in individual animals already showing signs of diarrhea, additional supportive therapy may be required.