It’s not a theory. It’s a fact. EPRINEX® has been scientifically engineered to be the fastest acting, most potent broad spectrum pour-on available for lactating dairy cows.
Analysis of more than 80 trials shows a consistent increase in milk productivity and improved reproductive performance.
With over 20 years of trusted performance gains worldwide, EPRINEX is the only pour-on with a New Zealand label claim for increased milk production.
Additional milk solids per cow
Dollar increase per cow2
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EPRINEX contains Eprinomectin - the most potent broad-spectrum Avermectin/Milbemycin identified to date.3 Because it is more potent, Eprinomectin continues to kill worms at lower concentrations.
This explains its consistent and wide range of persistent activity. After topical application to cattle the Eprinomectin in EPRINEX reaches higher blood concentrations than other endectocides and it does so more rapidly.4
During trials EPRINEX demonstrated persistent activity, against a wider range of individual worm species, under a wider range of farming conditions, than any other.
It is formulated specifically to enhance performance and kills parasites faster - for longer, giving more relief from the production limiting effects of parasite challenge.
Studies conducted here in New Zealand and around the world have demonstrated an economic benefit of treating dairy cows with EPRINEX.
A meta-analysis of over 80 experiments concluded that there was a milk production increase by a median of 1.3L of milk per day5 when treated with an effective anthelmintic, providing an economic justification for anthelmintic treatment.
New Zealand data shows that treated cows produced an extra 0.03KgMS/cow/day, measured over a 247 day lactation6.
Increased productivity following an EPRINEX treatment as demonstrated in trial data.
Average milk production curve
While other product labels may claim that anthelmintic treatment of dairy cows can increase milk production by 0.6 litres of milk per cow per day,7 published randomised controlled trials with EPRINEX showed an average milk production increase of 1.3L of milk per cow per day.
Translated to milk solids this means an increase in milk production of 0.03kgMS/cow/day. Observed over a lactation period of 247 days, this offers a total production increase of 7.41kgMS/cow.
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