Oxytetracycline 100 Granular Premix

Ingredient(s):
oxytetracycline
Use:
Enteritis (bacterial), prevention
Species:
Beef Cattle
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
Calves: Feed continuously during period of early growth (up to 136 kg b.w.).
In the feed: 0.25 kg/tonne.
Milk replacer: 55 mg/kg of milk replacer powder.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 5d
Use:
Bloat, control/prevention
Species:
Beef Cattle
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
As an aid in reducing incidence of bloat in young cattle on pasture and in feed lots: Feed continuously. 0.25 kg/tonne complete feed, fed at rate of 1.36 kg/hd/day.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 5d
Use:
Chronic respiratory disease/infectious sinusitis, control/prevention
Species:
Chickens
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
As an aid in stimulating appetite and maintaining weight gains when chickens are expected to be exposed to mild attacks of CRD: 0.25 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration for as long as birds are expected to be exposed to infection.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Chronic respiratory disease/infectious sinusitis, periods of
Species:
Chickens
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
As an aid in stimulating appetite and maintaining weight gains or egg production, hatchability, eggshell quality and feed efficiency in the presence of CRD: 0.50 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration from onset of disease for minimum 1 month or until a few days after symptoms disappear.
As an aid in stimulating appetite and maintaining weight gains or egg production, hatchability, eggshell quality and feed efficiency in the presence of CRD and while under stress caused by moving, debeaking, vaccination or extreme temperature changes: 1.00 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration from onset of disease for minimum 1 month or until a few days after symptoms disappear.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Egg shell quality, improvement
Species:
Chickens
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
To maintain eggshell quality in presence of CRD: 0.50 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration from onset of disease for at least 1 month or until a few days after symptoms disappear.
To maintain eggshell quality in presence of CRD and stress: 1.00 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration from onset of disease for minimum 1 month or until a few days after symptoms disappear.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Enteritis (non-specific), periods of
Species:
Chickens, Turkeys
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
As an aid in stimulating appetite and maintaining weight gains in the presence of non-specific enteritis: 0.50 kg/tonne complete feed. Feed as sole ration from onset of disease for at least 1 month or until a few days after symptoms disappear.
As an aid in stimulating appetite and maintaining weight gains when birds are expected to be exposed to mild attacks non-specific enteritis: 0.25 kg/tonne complete feed. Feed as sole ration for as long as birds are expected to be exposed to infection.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Stress, reduction of losses during periods of
Species:
Chickens, Turkeys
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
As an aid in stimulating appetite and maintaining weight gains or egg production, hatchability and feed efficiency during periods of stress caused by moving, debeaking, vaccination or extreme temperature changes: 0.50 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration. In case of vaccination, feed for 8-10d after. For other stress conditions, feed for at least 5d.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Feed efficiency improvement
Species:
Chickens, Turkeys
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
To maintain feed efficiency during stress: 0.50 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration 8-10d following vaccination, minimum 5d for other stress.
To maintain feed efficiency in the presence of CRD: 0.50 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration from disease onset for at least 1 month or until a few days after symptoms disappear.
To maintain feed efficiency in presence of CRD and Stress: 1 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration from disease onset for at least 1 month or until a few days after symptoms disappear.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Weight gain increase (growth promotion)
Species:
Chickens, Turkeys
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
To maintain weight gains during stress: 0.50 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration 8-10d following vaccination, minimum 5d for other stress.
To maintain weight gains in the presence of CRD: 0.50 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration from onset of disease for at least 1 month or until a few days after symptoms disappear.
To maintain weight gains when chickens are expected to be exposed to CRD/Non-specific Enteritis: 0.25 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration for as long as birds are expected to be exposed.
To maintain weight gains in presence of CRD and Stress: 1 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration from disease onset for at least 1 month or until a few days after symptoms disappear.
To maintain weight gains in presence non-specific enteritis: 0.5 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration from onset of disease for at least 1 month or until a few days after symptoms disappear.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Egg production/hatchability, increase
Species:
Chickens, Turkeys
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
To maintain egg production/hatchability during stress: 0.50 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration 8-10d following vaccination or minimum 5d after other stressors.
To maintain egg production/hatchability in the presence of CRD: 0.50 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration from onset of disease for at least 1 month or until a few days after symptoms disappear.
To maintain egg production/hatchability in the presence of CRD and Stress: 1.0 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration from onset of disease for at least 1 month or until a few days after symptoms disappear.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Enteritis (bacterial), prevention
Species:
Dairy Cattle
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
Calves: Feed continuously during period of early growth (up to 136 kg b.w.).
In the feed: 0.25 kg/tonne.
Milk replacer: 55 mg/kg of milk replacer powder.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 5d
WT Notes:
Do not administer to lactating dairy cattle.
Use:
Enteritis (bacterial), prevention
Species:
Sheep
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
As an aid in reduction of bacterial enteritis in creep-fed suckling lambs: 0.5 kg/tonne complete feed. Feed as sole ration during suckling period.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 4d
Use:
Enterotoxemia (Clostridium perfringens), reduction of losses
Species:
Sheep
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
As an aid in reduction of losses due to enterotoxemia in feed lot lambs: 0.1 kg/tonne of complete feed. Feed as sole ration while lambs are in feedlot.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 4d
Use:
Enteritis (bacterial), prevention
Species:
Swine
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
Piglets up to 6 weeks of age: 1 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration.
Up to 6 weeks of age up to 27-32 kg b.w.: 0.25 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Enteritis (bacterial), treatment
Species:
Swine
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
Pigs <6 weeks of age: 1 kg/tonne complete feed. Feed as sole ration when symptoms appear and until 3d asymptomatic.
Pigs >6 weeks: 0.5 kg/tonne complete feed. Feed as above.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Stress, support during periods of
Species:
Swine
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
As an aid in stimulating appetite and maintaining weight gains: 0.50 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration during periods of stress and for 10d after stress conditions have been eliminated.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Abortion (Leptospirosis), control/treatment
Species:
Swine
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
2.5 kg/tonne complete feed. Upon diagnosis, feed as sole ration to pregnant and affected sows for 2 weeks.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Weight gain maintenance in presence of atrophic rhinitis, aids in
Species:
Swine
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
0.25 kg/tonne complete feed. Feed as sole ration for as long as symptoms persist. (Not acceptable for prestarter feeds.)
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Chronic respiratory disease/infectious sinusitis, control/prevention
Synovitis (infectious - Mycoplasma synoviae), control/prevention
Species:
Turkeys
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
Prevention of infectious sinusitis: 0.50 kg/tonne of complete feed. Feed as sole ration duration of exposure.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Synovitis (infectious - Mycoplasma synoviae), treatment
Species:
Turkeys
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
1 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration when symptoms appear and continue until 2w after they disappear.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Egg shell quality, improvement
Species:
Turkeys
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
To maintain eggshell quality in the presence of CRD: 0.50 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration from onset of disease for at least 1 month or until a few days after symptoms disappear.
To maintin eggshell quality in the presence of CRD and stress: 1.00 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration from onset of disease for at least 1 month or until a few days after symptoms disappear.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d