Panacur continuous release cattle bolus is an effective broad spectrum wormer providing treatment and long acting control of gastrointestinal roundworm in young cattle. As the longest acting worming bolus on the market in the UK, Panacur Bolus is especially well suited for first time grazers, where it can offer continuous control of worms throughout the grazing season, which makes this bolus very cost effective for the farmer.
Panacur Bolus is a cylindrical bolus consisting of 10 flat-faced tablets in two magnesium alloy tubes joined and enclosed by plastic rings. One bolus contains 12 grams of active ingredient fenbendazole and is designed to continuously release fenbendazole in the reticulo-rumen of cattle for up to 140 days.
For use in ruminating cattle weighing 100-300kg on day of administration for gastrointestinal roundworms and lungworms.
One bolus to be administered orally to each animal before being turned out to grass. Alternatively, animals which have already been turned out can be administered a bolus later in the grazing season.
All animals within a group, grazing the same pasture must be treated with a Panacur Bolus to ensure maximum benefits from this system. All newcomers to the group must also be administered a Panacur Bolus before being turned out to grass.
Administration is achieved using the Panacur Bolus Applicator which helps to administer the bolus directly into the top of the oesophagus.
Animals may be slaughtered for human consumption 200 days after administation of bolus.
Do not administer to cattle producing milk for human consumption or to dairy heifers within 200 days prior to parturition.
Do not use in pre-ruminating cattle, cattle weighing less than 100kg or cattle less than 3 months of age.
Do not administer to cattle over 300kg.
If lungworm vaccination is practised in cattle before turnout, the intraruminal device should not be administered until 14 days after the second dose of vaccine has been given.