Nitromec Injection Endectocide and Flukicide for Cattle
Nitromec Injection Endectocide And Flukicide For Cattle is for the treatment and control of nitroxynil, ivermectin and clorsulon-sensitive strains of internal and external parasites of cattle, including triclabendazole resistant strains of early immature (including 2-week old stages), immature and adult liver fluke.
What is Nitromec Injection?
- Contains the active ingredients Clorsulon, Ivermectin & Nitroxynil.
- World’s first triple combination injection for cattle.
- Synergised combination of nitroxynil and clorsulon.
- Outstanding liver fluke control, including the damaging 2-week-old early immature stage.
- Controls triclabendazole-resistant strains of liver fluke.
- Contains ivermectin for broad-spectrum control of internal and external parasites.
- Easy-to-use subcutaneous injection
Why Choose Nitromec Injection for Cattle?
- The strength of synergy.
- Virbac has developed Nitromec Injection as the world’s first triple combination injection for cattle. It contains a combination of nitroxynil, clorsulon and ivermectin, where the combination of nitroxynil and clorsulon provides proven synergistic activity against liver fluke. This synergy makes nitromec one of only two products proven to provide 99% efficacy against two-week-old early immature stages. The only other products with an approved label claim specifically for controlling two-week-old liver fluke are Virbac’s Flukazole C plus Selenium and Nitrofluke Injection Flukicide For Cattle.
- Control of roundworms.
- Nitromec Injection offers excellent control of ivermectin-sensitive gastrointestinal roundworms and lungworms.
- Control of external parasites.
- Nitromec Injection controls sucking lice and cattle ticks and aids in the control of biting lice and mites.
- Drench rotation option.
- The effective life of drenches can be extended by rotating drench families to slow the onset of drench resistance. Nitromec Injection offers an excellent alternative to triclabendazole drenches for liver fluke control.
What parasites does Nitromec Injection control;
Nitromec Injection is effective against sensitive strains of the following internal and external parasites:
Adult and Immature stages of:
- Small brown stomach worm – Ostertagia ostertagi. (including third and fourth-stage larvae and inhibited immatures)
- Stomach worm – Ostertagia lyrata
- Barber’s pole worm – Haemonchus placei
- Stomach hairworm – Trichostrongylus axei (including third and fourth stage inhibited larvae)
- Intestinal hairworm – Trichostrongylus colubriformis
- Small intestinal worm – Cooperia spp (including third and fourth stage inhibited larvae)
- Hookworm – Bunostomum phlebotomum (including third and fourth-stage inhibited larvae)
- Nodule worm – Oesophagostomum radiatum (including third and fourth-stage inhibited larvae)
Adult stages of:
- Whipworm – Trichuris spp
- Thin-necked intestinal worm – Nematodirus spp
- Intestinal worm Strongyloides papillosus
Other internal parasites:
- Liver Fluke – Fasciola hepatica (early immature (including 2-week old), immature and adult)
- Lungworm – Dictyocaulus viviparus (adult and immature, including inhibited stages)
- Eyeworm – Thelazia spp (adult)
- Sucking Lice – Linognathus vituli, Haematopinus eurysternus, Solenopotes capillatus,
- Cattle tick – Boophilus microplus
Nitromec Injection Aids in the control of:
- Mites – Sarcoptes scabiei var vovis
- Biting lice – Bovicola (Damalinia) bovis
At the recommended dose rate, Nitromec effectively controls infection with Ostertagia spp. And Cooperia spp, acquired up to 7 days after treatment, and Dictyocaulus viviparus and Chrysomya bezziana, acquired up to 14 days after treatment.
Pack Size: 1-Litre & 3-Litre
Nitromec Injection Registrant: Virbac (Australia) Pty Ltd (APVMA #: 59844)