Oxytetracycline 50 Granular Premix

Ingredient(s):
oxytetracycline
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 0.5 kg/tonne complete feed, fed at 1.36 kg/head/day.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 5d
Use:
Enteritis (bacterial), prevention
Species:
Beef Cattle, Dairy Cattle
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
Calves: Feed continuously during period of early growth (up to 136 kg b.w.).
In the feed: 0.50 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:
Chronic respiratory disease/infectious sinusitis, periods of
Species:
Chickens
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
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: 1 kg/tonne.
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: 2 kg/tonne.
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 presence of non-specific enteritis: 1 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:
Chronic respiratory disease/infectious sinusitis, control/prevention
Species:
Chickens, Turkeys
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: 0.5 kg/tonne. 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: 1 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:
Weight gain increase (growth promotion)
Species:
Chickens, Turkeys
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
To maintain weight gains during stress: 1 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration 8-10d following vaccination, minimum 5d for other stress.
To maintain weight gains in presence of CRD: 1 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: 0.125 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: 2 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: 1 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: 1 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: 2 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:
Feed efficiency improvement
Species:
Chickens, Turkeys
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
To maintain feed efficiency during stress: 1.0 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration 8-10d following vaccination, minimum 5d for other stress.
To maintain feed efficiency in the presence of CRD: 1.0 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: 2.0 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:
Egg shell quality, improvement
Species:
Chickens, Turkeys
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
To maintain eggshell quality in presence of CRD: 1 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: 2 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 (bacterial), prevention
Species:
Sheep
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
Creep-fed suckling lambs: 1 kg/tonne complete feed. Feed as sole creep feed during suckling period.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 4d
Use:
Enterotoxemia (Clostridium perfringens), reduction of losses
Species:
Sheep
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
Feed lot lambs: 0.2 kg/tonne complete feed. Feed as sole ration.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 4d
Use:
Enteritis (bacterial), prevention
Species:
Swine
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
Up to 6 weeks of age: 2 kg/tonne complete feed. Feed as sole ration.
6 weeks of age up to 27-32 kg b.w.: 0.5 kg/tonne complete feed. Feed as sole ration.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Enteritis (bacterial), treatment
Species:
Swine
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
Pigs <6 weeks of age: 2 kg/tonne complete feed. Feed as sole ration once symptoms appear and for 3d after symptoms disappear.
Pigs >6 weeks: 1 kg/tonne complete feed. Feed as above.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Abortion (Leptospirosis), control/treatment
Species:
Swine
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
5 kg/tonne complete feed. Once diagnosed, 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:
0.5 kg/tonne complete feed. Feed as sole ration for as long as symptoms persist. Not acceptable for prestarter feeds.
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: 1 kg/tonne complete feed. Feed as sole ration during periods of stress and for 10d after stress conditions have been eliminated.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Chronic respiratory disease/infectious sinusitis, periods of
Species:
Turkeys
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
As an aid in prevention of infectious sinusitis: 1 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration for duration of exposure.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Synovitis (infectious - Mycoplasma synoviae), control/prevention
Species:
Turkeys
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
1 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration for duration of exposure to infection.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d
Use:
Synovitis (infectious - Mycoplasma synoviae), treatment
Species:
Turkeys
RoA:
In the feed
Dose:
2 kg/tonne. Feed as sole ration when symptoms appear and continue until 2 weeks after they disappear.
Withdrawal Time:
Meat: 7d