Tylan 200 Injection—a versatile,
cost-effective cattle antibiotic

Producers have counted on its consistent efficacy for over 30 years

Trusted by cattlemen for more than 30 years, Tylan Injection is a cost-effective tool used to treat cattle for pneumonia, foot rot, calf diphtheria and metritis.

For the treatment of pneumonia, Tylan moves to the lungs, where studies have shown it begins to accumulate within 30 minutes after an intramuscular injection.*1

Tylan 200 Injection comes ready to use and does not require mixing, reconstitution or refrigeration and is supplied in 100 mL, 250 mL, and 500 mL vials. It can be stored at 72°F or below.

Important safety information

The label contains complete use information, including cautions and warnings. Always read, understand and follow the label and use directions. Injection of tylosin in equines has been fatal. Discontinue use in cattle 21 days before slaughter.

Tylan Injection

Administer intramuscularly for not more than 5 days. Do not inject more than 10 mL per site. Do not use in lactating dairy cows. Do not administer within 21 days of slaughter.

FOR BEEF CATTLE AND NON-LACTATING DAIRY CATTLE: Inject intramuscularly 8 mg per pound of body weight one time daily (1 mL per 25 pounds). Treatment should be continued 24 hours following remission of disease signs, not to exceed 5 days. Do not inject more than 10 mL per site.

† For treatment of bovine respiratory complex (shipping fever, pneumonia) usually associated with Pasteurella multocida and Actinomyces pyogenes; foot rot (necrotic pododermatitis) and calf diphtheria caused by Fusobacterium necrophorum, and metritis caused by Actinomyces pyogenes.

* The clinical significance of this data has not been demonstrated.

1. Van Duyn, R, and Folkerts, T. March 1979. “Concentrations of tylosin in blood and lung tissue.” Veterinary Medicine/Small Animal Clinician: 375.


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