Sulfamethazine 25% Solution is an antibacterial drug for use as an aid the treatment of the following conditions: Cattle & Sheep: As an aid in the treatment of the following conditions caused by bacteria sensitive to sulfamethazine: foot rot, shipping fever, bacterial enteritis/scours, metritis, mastitis and bacterial respiratory disease. As an aid in the treatment of coccidiosis in sheep. Calves: As an aid in the treatment of the following conditions caused by bacteria sensitive to sulfamethazine: bacterial respiratory infections and secondary infections in bacterial enteritis/scours. As an aid in the prevention of coccidiosis.
Swine: As an aid in the treatment of bacterial enteritis, mastitis, metritis, and bacterial respiratory diseases caused by bacteria sensitive to sulfamethazine. Horses: As an aid in the treatment of strangles, navel ill, joint ill (septic arthritis), bacterial enteritis and many secondary bacterial infections, associated with respiratory virus infections, caused by bacteria sensitive to sulfamethazine. Poultry: As an aid in the treatment of caecal coccidiosis in chickens.
Dosage and Administration
For oral use. Allow access to medicated water only. Dairy Cattle, Calves, Sheep, Swine and Horses: First day: 45 mL of Sulfamethazine 25% Solution for each 50 kg of body weight. Second and following days: one half of the above dosage. Do not treat for more than 5 days.
Beef Cattle: First day: for each 100 kg of body weight, add 100 mL of Sulfamethazine 25% Solution into the amount of water that will be consumed daily by the animal(s). Second and following days: one half of the above dosage. Do not treat for more than 5 days.
Features of Sulfamethazine For Cattle
Every livestock owner knows that only healthy animals are profitable. He knows, too, that good management is the key to raising healthy stock. But since the disease will strike even under the best of conditions, the stockmen must be constantly alert for early evidence of sickness. Beef cattle to bring a good dollar return must make a steady growth with no setbacks.
Keeping hardworking dairy cattle healthy and high production is a tough job, and to maintain profitable milk production, disease must be kept down and there must be a regular and a healthy cash crop. The Palfreeman as well depends upon a healthy, vigorous flock for high egg and meat production hogs, which show rapid and constant growth and are kept in good health throughout their productive life, will pay off in time saved and dollars gain.
Indications for use.
For beef and nonlactating dairy cattle for the treatment of diseases caused by sulfamethazine-sensitive organisms as follows: bacterial pneumonia and bovine respiratory disease complex (shipping fever complex) caused by Pasteurella spp., colibacillosis (bacterial scours) caused by E. coli, necrotic pododermatitis (foot rot) and calf diphtheria caused by Fusobacterium necrophorum, and acute mastitis and acute metritis caused by Streptococcus spp.)
After 72 hours, all animals should be reexamined for persistence of observable disease signs. If signs are present, consult a veterinarian. It is strongly recommended that a second dose be given to provide for an additional 72 hours of therapy, particularly in more severe cases. The dosage schedule should be used at each 72-hour interval. Animals should not receive more than 2 doses because of the possibility of incurring residue violations. This drug, like all sulfonamides, may cause toxic reactions and irreparable injury unless administered with adequate and continuous supervision; follow dosages carefully. Fluid intake must be adequate at all times throughout the 3-day therapy, Do not use in female dairy cattle 20 months of age or older. Use of sulfamethazine in this class of cattle may cause milk residues. Do not treat animals within 12 days of slaughter.
Prices of Sulfamethazine For Cattle
$99.41 – $128.51