Today is a one-day mastitis treatment for lactating cows. Today is a cephalosporin antimicrobial. Each 10 ml syringe contains 200 mg of cephapirin activity as cephapirin sodium. With Aveco ends for partial or full insertion into teat canal. Use Today at the first signs of bovine mastitis, including inflammation or alteration in milk produced. Inject 1 full syringe into each infected quarter immediately after milking and repeat in 12 hours. (Do not milk out for 12 hours.) Do not use milk for 96 hours after last treatment with Today. 12 syringes per box.
- ToDAY is an antibiotic mastitis treatment providing bactericidal activity against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria in lactating dairy cows
- Each 10 mL disposable, ready-to-use syringe contains the active ingredient cephapirin sodium
- Provides control against mastitis-causing pathogens – including penicillin-resistant Staph aureus and Strep agalactiae
- Easy two-tube treatment given 12 hours apart
- When the Opti-Sert® cap is removed, a collar allows only a 3 mm tip to be inserted into the teat canal, helping to reduce the incidence of new infections.
Features of Today Cephapirin Sodium For Goats
Indications for Use: This is an intramammary treatment for clinical and subclinical mastitis. A specific diagnosis of what is causing the mastitis should be based on clinical signs and culture and sensitivity.
Not approved for use in sheep and goats. Refer to extra-label drug use.
Dosage and Administration: Before injection, milk udder completely, wash udder and teats thoroughly, and use an alcohol swab on teat end. Infuse each infected half with 1/2 of a 10 mL syringe and repeat in 12 hours. After injection, gently massage the udder and do not milk for 12 hours.
Packaging: This product comes in packages of 1 or 12, 10 mL syringes.
Precautions and Side Effects: Today should be used in lactating animals only. Allergic reactions are also a possibility.
Storage: Store at room temperature (59-86°F) and avoid excessive heat.
Milk Withholding: Not established in sheep and goats. 96 hours in cattle.
Meat Withholding: Not established in sheep and goats. 4 days in cattle.
Drug Type: O-T-C
Manufacturer: Fort Dodge
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Infuse a 10 mL syringe (200 mg of cephapirin activity per syringe) once the quarter has been completely milked out. Repeat once only in 12 hours. For lactating cows only. Read and follow label directions.
Milk that has been taken from animals during treatment and for 96 hours after the last treatment must not be used for food. Treated animals must not be slaughtered for food until 4 days after the last treatment. Administration of more than the prescribed dose may lead to residue of antibiotic in milk longer than 96 hours.
ToDAY should be administered with caution to subjects that have demonstrated some form of allergy, particularly to penicillin. Such reactions are rare; however, should they occur, consult your veterinarian.
Prices of Today Cephapirin Sodium For Goats
$44.97 – $525.21