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SHEEP ANTIBIOTICS

Information for Veterinary Surgeons 

National Animal Disease Information Service

Sustainable Control of Parasites in sheep (SCOPS) Worming strategies designed to delay the onset of wormer resistance

RUMA (Responsible Use of Medicines in Agriculture)

Moredun

APHA (Animal and Plant Health Agency)

National Sheep Association

AHDB Beef&Lamb

QMS (Quality Meat Scotland)

HCC (Hybu Cig Cymru Meat Promotion Wales) 


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Antibiotics can treat a wide variety of bacterial infections and can be given in many forms, including an injection or antibiotic spray. Please discuss with your veterinary surgeon if you think any animal under your care requires treatment.

Use Medicines Responsibly. For more information please refer to the Responsible Use sections of the NOAH website.

  • Amfipen® LA 100 mg/ml Suspension for injection
    • Legal category POM-V
  • Amoxypen® Injection 150 mg/ml Suspension for injection
    • Legal category POM-V
  • Amoxypen® LA 150 mg/ml Suspension for injection
    • Legal category POM-V
  • Depocillin®300 mg/ml Suspension for injection
    • Legal category POM-V
  • Engemycin®10 % (DD) Solution for injection
    • Legal category POM-V
  • Engemycin®10 % Farm Pack Solution for injection
    • Legal category POM-V
  • Engemycin® LA 200 mg/ml Solution for injection
    • Legal category POM-V
  • Engemycin® Spray 25 mg/ml cutaneous spray, suspension for cattle, sheep and pigs
    • Legal category POM-V
  • Neopen®Suspension for injection
    • Legal category POM-V
  • Nuflor®300 mg/ml solution for injection for cattle and sheep
    • Legal category POM-V

Legal category:

  • Prescription Only Medicine – Veterinarian (POM-V)

Please view the product datasheet for more information about our products or speak to your veterinary surgeon.

If you are a veterinary surgeon and require more information, please contact us.