Porcine, Ovine

Swine

 

Omnicide destroys pathogens causing diseases in Swine, including many pathogens which are not controlled by other disinfectants.

 

Virus diseases which are difficult to kill

SMEDI / PEV

Rotavirus scours

Foot & Mouth disease

 

Omnicide should be used at a dilution of 1:100 to remove these disease pathogens

 

PRRS

PCV-2

Aujeszky’s

Classical Swine Fever

Swine Vesicular Disease

Swine influenza

Adenovirus

TGE

 

Omnicide, used at a dilution of 1:150, will destroy these pathogens.

 

Bacteria diseases which are difficult to kill

Anthrax

Omnicide should be used at a dilution of 1:60 in the presence of Anthrax pathogens

  1. coli scours

Pleuropneumonia

Swine Dysentry

Glassers disease

Bronchopneumonia

Mycoplasma hyopneumonia

Enteritis (salmonella spp)

Respiratory sepsis

Greasy Pig disease

Meningitis

 

Omnicide, used at a dilution of 1:150, will destroy these pathogens.

See the disease pathogen control chart for comprehensive information on specific disease identity and Omnicide dilution rates.

 

Breeding sows

Breeding sows confined in farrowing crates in intensive breeding units are susceptible to the rapid spread of many infectious and contagious virus and bacterial diseases. It is preferable to leave an empty area or a physical barrier between each crate. Where this is not possible great attention must be given to cleaning and disinfecting each crate after removing the sow and her litter, and before the introduction of the next sow.

 

Suckling piglets

Suckling piglets are very susceptible to diarrhea (scour) diseases caused by clostridia, E. coli, PRRS and TGE in the first week of life. The residual activity of Omnicide protects piglets in this important first week.

 

Fattening pigs

Batches of fattening pigs introduced to an intensive fattening house are susceptible to infectious diseases spread by older batches within the house. Pens previously used by finished batches should be cleaned and disinfected before restocking with young piglets. Good ventilation, disinfection and separation of age groups will all contribute to disease suppression.

 

Outdoor pigs in arks (mobile sheds)

Before farrowing, move ark to new site. Remove old bedding from site and spray ground with Omnicide at a dilution of 1:50. Spray ground at new site at same 1:50 dilution. Spray Omnicide at a dilution of 1:150 inside the ark to cover all walls, ceiling and equipment. Introduce new bedding. Spray bedding with Omnicide at 1:150 dilution.

 

Sheep

Sheep are susceptible to disease attacks at lambing time, as adults in winter quarters or out grazing, and to their feet during grazing.

 

Lambing

New born lambs are attacked by viral and bacterial pathogens causing diarrhea. Lambing pens should be cleaned and sprayed with Omnicide at a dilution of 1:150 to destroy these pathogens.

 

Rotavirus

Coronavirus

  1. Coli enterotoxaemia

Winter Quarters / Grazing

Sheep pox                                                                       pox virus

Orf                                                                                    parapox virus

Foot & Mouth disease                                                  picornavirus

Johnes disease                                                               mycobacterium avium

 

Sheep pens, equipment and fencing should be sprayed with Omnicide at 1:150 dilution. See the disease pathogen control chart for comprehensive information on specific disease identity and Omnicide dilution rates.

 

Sheep foot diseases

Sheep grazing on grass or wet ground are susceptible to bacterial foot diseases.

 

Scald                                                                                 Fusobacterium necrophorum

Footrot                                                                              Dichelobacter nodosus in combination with F. necrophorum

 

In countries where it is permitted, Omnicide may be used as a sheep foot bath at the dilution of 1:50. Sheep should be walked through the footbath 2x per week and allowed to stand on hard dry ground for 30 minutes to allow drying. Badly infected feet can be hand sprayed every day in the first week with a 1:50 dilution to accelerate recovery. The addition of 5% zinc sulphate to the footbath will assist the healing process.

 

Goats

Goats are more susceptible to diseases when confined in winter quarters.

 

Goat pox                                                                        pox virus

Orf                                                                                  parapox virus

Foot & Mouth disease                                                picornavirus

Caprine arthritis encephalitis                                    lentivirus (retrovirus)

 

See the disease pathogen control chart for comprehensive information on specific disease identity and Omnicide dilution rates.

 

Caseous Lymphadenitis                                                Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis

 

See the disease pathogen control chart for comprehensive information on specific disease identity and Omnicide dilution rates. Orf is a zoonotic disease which may be transmitted to humans.

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