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Zoetis Liquamycin LA-200, 100 mL

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Zoetis Liquamycin LA-200 is a long-lasting, broad-spectrum antibiotic containing 200 mg oxytetracycline per ml. LA-200 is effective in the treatment of a wide range of diseases, including pinkeye, footrot and pneumonia. For use in beef cattle, dairy cattle, calves, and swine.

  • Approved for 96-hour milkout
  • LA-200 provides therapeutic levels of oxytetracycline in the blood for 3 days
  • Most animals show a noticeable improvement within 24 to 48 hours
  • Give 4.5 mL per 100 pounds IM or SQ in neck

Specification Description
Material: Liquid
Product Type: Antibiotics
Quantity Per Pack: 24
Brand: Zoetis
Manufacturer Part Number 725
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can it be used on goats who are nursing their kids?

Asked by: anna trail
This product is labeled for use only with cattle and swine. We do not recommend using it for goats.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-04-26

is la 200 effective in treatment of umbilical infection in a bull calf

Asked by: sean04989
This is a broad spectrum antibiotic. It has not been tested specifically for this application. The manufacturer would suggest using this and if there is no improvement within a day or two, to contact a licensed veterinarian.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-11-10

Is it effective for UTI in swine? 

Asked by: Debra2017
No it is not.
Answered by: BrittanyH
Date published: 2017-09-04

Is it oral or syringe? 

Asked by: Alladream
The Zoetis Liquamycin can be administered in two ways. Subcutaneous Administration: Subcutaneous injections in beef cattle and calves, including pre-ruminating veal calves, should be made by directing the needle of suitable gauge and length through the loose folds of the neck skin in front of the shoulder. Care should be taken to ensure that the tip of the needle has penetrated the skin but is not lodged in muscle. Before injecting the solution, pull back gently on the plunger. If blood appears in the syringe, a blood vessel has been entered; withdraw the needle and select a different site. The solution should be injected slowly into the area between the skin and muscles. No more than 10 mL should be injected subcutaneously at any one site in adult beef cattle; rotate injection sites for each succeeding treatment. The volume administered per injection site should be reduced according to age and body size so that 1-2 mL per site is injected in small calves. Intravenous Administration: LIQUAMYCIN LA-200 may be administered intravenously to beef cattle. As with all highly concentrated materials, LIQUAMYCIN LA-200 should be administered slowly by the intravenous route.
Answered by: BrittanyH
Date published: 2017-11-02

Can I use this on a nursing cow?

Asked by: Tyra
This can be used on a nursing cow. However, the milk cannot be be consumed.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-06-26

Can this be used on dogs with ear infections?

Asked by: ALAL
This is for the treatment of disease in beef cattle, dairy cattle, calves, and swine. We do not suggest use with dogs.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-04-05

can this be used on cats

Asked by: 2tigger
No. This is for use with cattle.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2017-02-26

Is it effective for Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD)?

Asked by: Young Heifer Owner
In many cases, yes. Please contact your local Veterinarian for more information as every case is unique.
Answered by: Nick B1
Date published: 2017-05-24
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