Dry Cow Treatment now in Larger Package Option 

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Merck Animal Health Introduces ORBENIN-DC™ in Convenient Pails 

Merck Animal Health announces that Orbenin-DC (cloxacillin benzathine intramammary infusion) dry cow treatment is now available in convenient 144-syringe pails.  

Orbenin-DC effectively targets Gram-positive bacteria at dry-off with zero milk withhold post-calving.   

“Dairy producers have long trusted  Orbenin-DC to help cure existing intramammary infections and help prevent new infections during the dry period,” said Austin Snook, Merck Animal Health. “In response to producer requests, we’re pleased to offer this effective dry cow treatment in a larger package option.” 

The product continues to be available in 12-syringe boxes as well. For more information, visit OrbeninDC.com.   

For more information on the Merck Animal Heath dry cow portfolio, visit CompleteDryCowCare.com.  


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