Norbrook Laboratories has launched a powerful new dry cow preparation together with a best practice guide, available in both English and Polish language versions.

24 pack of Cefimam DC and a copy of the Polish language guide to on-farm mastitis control.

The launch of Cefimam DC intramammary ointment follows the launch of Cefimam LC preparation – both of which contain the powerful fourth generation cephalosporin, cefquinome.

At the same time, the company has released a Polish language version of its popular Best Practice Guide for On-Farm Mastitis Control, in response to demand from producers with non-English speaking farm-hands.

Norbrook vet Chris Geddes said: “I believe this is the first time that such a guide has been produced to cater for farm-hands of a different nationality working within the UK. Good mastitis management starts with good education; giving everyone on the farm the same opportunity for learning the best techniques for prevention means that we help minimise incidences of mastitis, which costs the dairy industry millions of pounds in lost revenue every year.”

Of the product, Mr Geddes said: “Our new cefquinome preparation is a valuable addition to have in the treatment armoury for dry cow management. It has broad-spectrum activity and high cellular penetration to help tackle hard-to-manage cases with the aim of returning to maximum productivity by the start of the milking season.”

Cefimam DC will be available at all veterinary wholesalers in packs of 24 and 120 8g intramammary tubes. Vets can obtain both English and Polish versions of the Best Practice Guide for On-Farm Mastitis Control from their territory manager.
  • For details of Norbrook’s GB range of lactating cow, dry cow and sealant mastitis products, visit
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