An oral suspension for the treatment and prevention of coccidiosis in calves
Kills all relevant stages of coccidia
Extremely effective coccidiocide for calves
An easy to use backpack and drench gun
Easy to administer, 30mL oral dose per 100kg calf
Reduced coccidiosis challenge and gut damage
Optimise growth rates following
weaning from meal
All calves treated with accurately measured dose
Contains 50mg/mL of toltrazuril
1 litre plastic backpack
Toltrox controls coccidiosis caused by Eimeria bovis or Eimeria zuernii in young cattle (calves).
Coccidiosis typically occurs in cattle less than a year old causing diarrhoea which is often blood stained. Calves recently weaned from meal are particularly susceptible to outbreaks of clinical disease.
Toltrox is effective in one dose because it attacks all stages of the coccidia in the animal.
For the treatment and prevention of coccidiosis in cattle up to 9 months of age caused by Eimeria bovis or Eimeria zuernii.
Cattle: Administer 3mL Toltrox per 10kg bodyweight orally (30mL per 100kg calf).
For the treatment of clinical disease, treat all affected calves and herdmates.
For prevention of coccidiosis on farms with a known history, treat calves prior to the expected
onset of clinical signs.
For prevention of coccidiosis in recently weaned calves, treat when meal feeding ceases
(assuming calf meal contains an ionophore anticoccidial such as monensin or lasalocid).
Cattle: Meat 56 days
Human First Aid, Symptoms of Poisoning
Store below 25°C in original container
NZ veterinary medicine, registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997, No A11401
Farmers should obtain veterinary advice regarding the cause of calf scours, and subsequent
actions to mitigate future deleterious impacts.
Treatment of calves at the time of meal withdrawal will control coccidiosis associated with
Metaphylactic treatment of all calves on the farm as soon as clinical signs of disease are seen in herd mates will reduce the impact of a coccidiosis outbreak. A single treatment rapidly acts to stop further intestinal damage in affected animals, and prevents herdmates from developing diarrhoea.
To obtain maximum benefit on farms with a history of coccidiosis, Toltrox should be given
approximately one week prior to the expected onset of clinical signs.