Piperazine 52 (Canada)

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Piperazine 52

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Vétoquinol

Piperazine Dihydrochloride Powder

DIN 00236667

Veterinary Use Only

Soluble

Active Ingredients

% (W/W)

Piperazine Dihydrochloride (Piperazine eq. to 52.5%)

97%

Warnings

Keep out of reach of children.

Piperazine 52 Indications

Piperazine 52 is a dry, water soluble antiparasitic powder for the removal of large roundworms (Ascaris) in POULTRY, large roundworms (Ascaris) and nodular worms (Oesophagostomum) in SWINE and parasitic worms (Parascaris equorum, Oxyuris equi, Triodontophorus tenuicollis and Trichonema) in HORSES. It can be easily mixed with water or feed and offers all the advantages of piperazine wormers - free from side effects, no purging required, easy to use and effective.

Dosage and Administration

To be administrated once, or as directed by a veterinarian. Treatment can be repeated in 30 days if required. For best results, ample water or feeding space is required. Feed this medicated feed as the sole ration for a 24 hour period. Withdraw all feed the night before treatment.

Chickens and turkeys (water mixing): Remove regular source of water the night before treatment. Supply only medicated water during treatment period. To prevent reinfestation, clean all pens and equipment after treatment. Prepare medicated water by adding 400 g (1 pouch) of powder to 320 L of water or 1 kg of powder to 800 L of water. Give medicated water to birds in the morning. Return to regular water supply after treatment (usually 4 to 8 hours).

Chickens and turkeys (feed mixing): Chickens: Prepare medicated feed by adding 400 g (1 pouch) of powder to 200 kg of feed or 2 kg of powder to 1000 kg of feed. Turkeys: Prepare medicated feed by adding 400 g (1 pouch) of powder to 100 kg of feed or 4 kg of powder to 1000 kg of feed.

Swine (water mixing): Remove regular source of water the night before treatment. Supply only medicated water during treatment period. To prevent reinfestation, clean all pens and equipment after treatment. Prepare medicated water by adding 400 g (1 pouch) of powder to 130 L of water or 1 kg of powder to 325 L of water. Give medicated water in the morning. After it is consumed, return to normal water supply.

Swine (feed mixing): Remove all feed before treatment. Prepare medicated feed by adding 400 g (1 pouch) of powder to 70 kg of feed or 1 kg of powder to 175 kg of feed. Feed until consumed.

Swine (Individual sow or boar treatment via feed): Remove all feed before treatment. In the morning mix the following amount of PIPERAZINE 52 into the day’s feed ration for the animal, and feed until consumed.

175-200 kg body weight

42 g

201-225 kg body weight

47 g

226-250 kg body weight

52 g

251-275 kg body weight

58 g

276-300 kg body weight

63 g

301-325 kg body weight

68 g

326-350 kg body weight

73 g

351-375 kg body weight

79 g

Horses (water or feed mixing): Administer 20 g of powder for each 100 kg of body weight.

Note: 1 teaspoonful equals 4 g.

STORAGE CONDITIONS:

Store between 15°C and 25°C. Protect from moisture.

Vétoquinol N.-A. Inc., 2000, ch. Georges, Lavaltrie, QC, Canada J5T 3S5

Net

Code

 

400 g Water soluble and Flavoured

04480

654541J

25 kg

11796

993768A

NAC No.: 12342235

VÉTOQUINOL N.-A. INC.
Commercial Division

2000, CHEMIN GEORGES, LAVALTRIE, QC, J5T 3S5
Telephone:   450-586-2252
Order Desk:   800-363-1700
Fax:   450-586-4649
Website:   www.vetoquinol.ca
Email:   info@vetoquinol.ca
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Piperazine 52 information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the Canadian product label or package insert.

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