Voluntary recalls

The voluntary recall of registered agvet chemical products may be proposed or undertaken by a manufacturer or supplier at any time for a variety of reasons. A voluntary recall should be considered as a risk mitigation activity. It may occur in response to an identified manufacturing quality or other issue related to specific batches of a chemical product.

The APVMA is now publishing details of voluntary recall notifications it receives, details of notifications will be shown below.

July 2017

Bayer Australia Ltd (Animal Health)

In July 2017 Bayer Australia Ltd (Animal Health) commenced a voluntary recall of the registered chemical product listed below:

  • E-Mox Pro Broad Spectrum Wormer for Horses (70365)

This recall is being conducted due to two batches (NZ19633 and NZ19757) returning low levels of moxidectin during routine stability testing. People in possession of the product concerned should direct any questions they may have regarding the voluntary recall to Bayer Australia Ltd (Animal Health).

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