Virbac’s new parasiticide Neoprinil has been granted a shelf life extension, from one to two years, after first opening.

Neoprinil
Virbac is delighted at the shelf life extension.

The eprinomectin pour-on solution is indicated for use against internal and external parasites in cattle, including gut and lungworms, mange mites, sucking and chewing lice, horn flies and warbles.

Brigitte Goasduf, Virbac product manager for large animals, said: “Understanding the challenges our customers face and offering products to overcome them is our goal.

“We are delighted Neoprinil has received a shelf life extension because this adds to its flexibility and convenience for farmers.

“It also brings it into line with Deltanil, our deltamethrin-based pour-on for use against a range of ectoparasites in cattle and sheep.”

Neoprinil is presented in 2.5l, 4.5l and 8l pack sizes. It is administered using the company’s Farmpack and Flexibag, which combine easy application with freedom of movement for the farmer and offers a zero-day withdrawal period in milk.

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