New Enrofloxacin Injectable Solution Now Available

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Tenotryl (enrofloxacin) injectable solution for use in cattle and swine has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and is now available for use, according to Virbac. Tenotryl  injectable solution is available in 100-, 250- and 500-ml vials.

This launch is the third product brought to the livestock health market by Virbac over the past six months.

“Launching three products over the past six months is the best proof of our commitment to sustainably grow our offerings in the livestock health sector and to continuously propose more solutions to take care of the health of these animals, even in a context of rising feed and energy costs,” said Fabrice Payot, vice president - livestock health, Virbac North America, in a company press release.

Regarding distribution, the company markets its cattle products via its direct sales force; whereas for swine, the company is partnering with Pharmgate. 


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