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BIG J
Posted 11/21/2012 19:31 (#2709708)
Subject: Zuprevo


Has anyone used Zuprevo? Results? Is it cost effective vs. Draxxin? Any commentary appreciated.
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jt sd
Posted 11/21/2012 19:40 (#2709717 - in reply to #2709708)
Subject: RE: Zuprevo


northeast south dakota
I have used 1 100cc bottle with great results. Price is higher per dose, but it is only about $2.00 a does. I have not hade the best luck with draxxin lately.
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Feeder
Posted 11/21/2012 19:58 (#2709748 - in reply to #2709708)
Subject: Re: Zuprevo



South-East South Dakota
I've used up a 100cc bottle. Wasn't impressed. Draxxin to me doesn't have the punch it used to. Mictotil is working very well this fall. For me anyway.
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dlerwick
Posted 11/22/2012 01:32 (#2710246 - in reply to #2709708)
Subject: Re: Zuprevo


Western Nebraska
I have used it. Still feel like crying every time I think of what it cost me. I had two different groups of calves that were coughing and at least 10% of each group were having more severe symptoms of pneumonia. It cleared them up and so far I haven't lost anything that I gave it to, even though some of them looked like they should die. I have one that I didn't catch in time and he probably won't recover. So far I am pretty impressed, it isn't quite as dramatic as micotil but I also don't have to worry about killing myself with it.
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2hcattle
Posted 11/22/2012 08:19 (#2710385 - in reply to #2710246)
Subject: Re: Zuprevo


Southwest OK
Yeah. Haven't used much, but seems like it works well if you catch them early, but so does nearly everything else.
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ahay68979
Posted 11/22/2012 09:05 (#2710467 - in reply to #2710246)
Subject: Re: Zuprevo


Saronville NE
Dean, when you guys get alot of coughing etc and some sickies, have you ever put sulphamethazine in the water? I do that when getting lots of coughs, etc and you would be surprised how fast that ill clear them up and they look better, do it for about 3 days in a water tank, it helps alot.
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Smokey
Posted 11/22/2012 10:47 (#2710701 - in reply to #2709708)
Subject: RE: Zuprevo


Northern Indiana
Looks to me like it should be used metaphalicly (expensive) or, on those you have treated once, but have the gut feel that they are not QUITE over it.
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