Zactran

Zactran Cattle RX
Injectable, 100 mL - on Manufacturer Backorder; NO ETA
Injectable, 250 mL - on Manufacturer Backorder; NO ETA
Injectable, 500 mL - on Manufacturer Backorder; NO ETA
SKU : 355100_-RX
Price: $249.95
Price: $249.95

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  • (gamithromycin)
  • For treating and controlling Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD)
  • For Beef or non-lactating Dairy Cattle
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Description

Zactran is for subcutaneous injection in beef and non-lactating dairy cattle only. Do not for use in female dairy cattle 20 months of age or older or in calves to be processed for veal. 150 mg/mL ANTIMICROBIAL.

Beef

Shipping fever, bronchial pneumonia, bovine respiratory disease, whatever term you’re most familiar with, the problem is the same – BRD. BRD can spread fast, costing beef producers $500 to $900 million per year. But you can manage the risk with ZACTRAN® (gamithromycin). A single injection provides 10-day BRD treatment and control that’s both effective and economical.

Dairy

Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) creates big risks for dairy calves and heifers. Even those that recover from it can have growth, fertility and milk production deficits for life. BRD affects not only your calves and heifers – but also your bottom line – hard. You can manage the risk with ZACTRAN® (gamithromycin). A single injection provides 10-day BRD treatment and control that’s both effective and economical.

Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) develops as a result of complex interactions between environmental factors, host factors and pathogens. Environmental factors, such as weaning, transport, commingling and crowding serve as stressors that affect the immune system. In addition, environmental factors, including dust, temperature, moisture and inadequate ventilation can enhance the transmission among animals.

Many infectious agents have been associated with BRD. Viral infection may compromise the animal’s defense mechanisms, allowing colonization of the lower respiratory tract by bacteria (Mannheimia haemolytica, Pasteurella multocida, Histophilus somni and Mycoplasma bovis) that are already present in calves’ upper respiratory tracts.

When left untreated, BRD can cause poor performance and even death. Treatment and control of BRD needs exZACTly the right economical choice.

ZACTRAN® (gamithromycin) provides a response within 24 hours and 10-day treatment and control with a single injection.
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150 mg/mL ANTIMICROBIAL
  • For subcutaneous injection in beef and non-lactating dairy cattle only. 
  • Not for use in female dairy cattle 20 months of age or older or in calves to be processed for veal.

Beef
Shipping fever, bronchial pneumonia, bovine respiratory disease, whatever term you’re most familiar with, the problem is the same – BRD. BRD can spread fast, costing beef producers $500 to $900 million per year. But you can manage the risk with ZACTRAN® (gamithromycin). A single injection provides 10-day BRD treatment and control that’s both effective and economical.

Dairy
Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) creates big risks for dairy calves and heifers. Even those that recover from it can have growth, fertility and milk production deficits for life. BRD affects not only your calves and heifers – but also your bottom line – hard. You can manage the risk with ZACTRAN® (gamithromycin). A single injection provides 10-day BRD treatment and control that’s both effective and economical.

Bovine respiratory disease (BRD) develops as a result of complex interactions between environmental factors, host factors and pathogens. Environmental factors, such as weaning, transport, commingling and crowding serve as stressors that affect the immune system. In addition, environmental factors, including dust, temperature, moisture and inadequate ventilation can enhance the transmission among animals.

Many infectious agents have been associated with BRD. Viral infection may compromise the animal’s defense mechanisms, allowing colonization of the lower respiratory tract by bacteria (Mannheimia haemolytica, Pasteurella multocida, Histophilus somni and Mycoplasma bovis) that are already present in calves’ upper respiratory tracts.

When left untreated, BRD can cause poor performance and even death. Treatment and control of BRD needs exZACTly the right economical choice.

ZACTRAN® (gamithromycin) provides a response within 24 hours and 10-day treatment and control with a single injection.
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