Help with dosage...

leeta84

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Hey all. I have English angora rabbits and they are about 5-6 pounds.

They have wool mites and I need help with dosage.
I have Injectable Noromectin 1% for cattle and swine.

About 4 years ago I was able to figure the math out.......... today I am questioning myself, (no one died but mites are back) so I am asking for help/reassurance.

I have insulin syringes, U-40

All I need help with is the math.... it's been 15 years since I learned and am trying to relearn so I can treat my rabbits.

If you can help me with the math, I would be eternally grateful... ...

Thank you
 

Baymule

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What is dosage for cattle and swine? It’s usually per hundred weight. Using division, it may get down to the first black mark on the syringe. If that doesn’t kill the mites, up it a tiny bit. Better to start small and increase it slowly. I’d give it 10 days to 2 weeks between doses. Somebody else may have better instructions.
 
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