Norbrook to give antibiotic update at NCBA Trade Show

Norbrook to update industry on products and new FDA antibiotic guidelines for 2023 at NCBA Trade Show

January 27, 2022

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Cattle industry media attending the 2022 NCBA Trade Show in Houston can get the latest information on Norbrook® cattle products and new FDA antibiotic guidelines going into effect next year. Stop by Booth #1847 at the George R. Brown Convention Center, February 1-3, during the NCBA Convention and visit with Dr. Eric Moore, director of technical services, and Bruce Brinkmeyer, VP of sales and marketing for Norbrook® North America, to learn more about their popular cattle products, including Norfenicol® Injectable Solution (florfenicol 300 mg/mL), Enroflox®  100 Injection (enrofloxacin 100 mg/mL), Noromycin® 300 LA (oxytetracycline 300 mg/mL) and Eprizero® Pour-On (5 mg eprinomectin/mL).  

In addition, as a leading manufacturer and marketer of animal antibiotics in the world, Norbrook® will be greatly impacted by pending FDA antibiotic guideline changes, as will veterinarians and livestock producers. Norbrook® leadership can explain more about the new guidelines and how they will affect how customers can access and use antibiotics under the new FDA guidelines. Also, they can provide more detail about Norbrook® products and how cattle producers across North America are using them to effectively manage a wide variety of disease and parasitic conditions.

For more than 50 years, Norbrook® has been providing innovative, cost-effective animal health products and is proud to sponsor the NCBA membership program and National Anthem contest. To schedule a time to visit with Dr. Moore or Mr. Brinkmeyer, contact Jill Means at 515-710-2667 or email [email protected]

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