My drug guy dropped off a 250 cc bottle of draxxin. I hadn't seen the bill come through. He said there was a price drop, and they'd take care of the mail in rebate. When that stuff starts, theres usually a generic. Anybody know anything?
They're using the rebate as a temporary way to compete without committing to lowering the price until the dust settles with all of these generics. It's going to be a very crowded market for a while, and not all of the generics are going to get enough market share to keep going. They'll set a price when they see what the survivors are charging and how much market share they're taking.Why don't they just drop the price instead of having to screw with the damned rebates. I think it is because rebates get used only about 1/2 the time.
I bet none got pneumonia at least!At a branding last year the sister was giving shots. She grabbed the wrong bottle and gave 50 calves 5 cc of Draxxin each. Used up her brothers entire new bottle of Draxxin. I thought it was pretty funny knowing the brother. For some reason he failed to see the humor.
Isn't that about $1250.00 ?? Ouch!! I never coulf afford a 250, I have my vet get me a 100CC bottle and I fill the little 50CC to take to the field..At a branding last year the sister was giving shots. She grabbed the wrong bottle and gave 50 calves 5 cc of Draxxin each. Used up her brothers entire new bottle of Draxxin. I thought it was pretty funny knowing the brother. For some reason he failed to see the humor.
What do you use to treat sick cattle? Even with a good vaccination program you're going to see some pneumonia occasionally.May I ask why so many of you are using Draxin? Are these farm cattle your using it on? I get market cattle probably 25 times a year and have never bought Draxin. But I am serious about my vaccine program the moment they are unloaded in my barn. Inforce 3 and Presponse are given to everything as they come in and Inforce 3 is given to every calf born on the farm and again when weaned with Presponse then also.