Neo-Terramycin 100/50

Generic Name: neomycin-oxytetracycline powder
Dosage Form: FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY

Neo-Terramycin® 100/50
(neomycin-oxytetracycline)

(Antibiotic Premix)

Active Drug Ingredients:

Oxytetracycline (from oxytetracycline quaternary salt) equivalent to

oxytetracycline hydrochloride (Terramycin®) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 g/lb

Neomycin sulfate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 g/lb

(providing 70 g neomycin base per lb)

CAUTION:

For use in manufacturing medicated animal feeds only.

CAUTION: Certain components of animal feeds, including medicated premixes, possess properties that may be a potential health hazard or a source of personal discomfort to certain individuals who are exposed to them. Human exposure should, therefore, be minimized by observing the general industry standards for occupational health and safety.

Precautions such as the following should be considered: dust masks or respirators and protective clothing should be worn; dust-arresting equipment and adequate ventilation should be utilized; personal hygiene should be observed; wash before eating or leaving a work site; be alert for signs of allergic reactions—seek prompt medical treatment if such reactions are suspected.

STORE IN A DRY, COOL PLACE

Mixing Directions

Thoroughly mix the amount of this premix according to the tables in the DIRECTIONS FOR USE with nonmedicated feed.

Directions for Use

Indications for use

g/ton Terramycin

g/ton Neomycin Base

lb of Neo-Terramycin 100/50/ton

CHICKENS

Prevention of diseases from oxytetracycline-susceptible organisms during periods of stress

As an aid in the prevention of bacterial enteritis and in the control of neomycin-sensitive organisms associated with bluecomb (mud fever or transmissible enteritis)

50

70

1

Prevention of early chick mortality due to oxytetracycline-susceptible organisms

As an aid in the prevention of bacterial enteritis and in the control of neomycin-sensitive organisms associated with bluecomb (mud fever or transmissible enteritis)

50–100

(first 2 weeks)

70–140

1–2

To extend period of high egg production, to improve feed efficiency, to improve fertility, to improve egg production and feed efficiency in presence of disease and at times of stress; as an aid in maintaining and improving hatchability where birds are suffering stress from moving, vaccination, culling, extreme temperature changes and worming; to improve livability of progeny when losses are due to oxytetracycline-susceptible organisms, to improve egg shell quality, prevention of bluecomb (mud fever or transmissible enteritis)

As an aid in the prevention of bacterial enteritis and in the control of neomycin-sensitive organisms associated with bluecomb (mud fever or transmissible enteritis)

50–100

70–140

1–2

Prevention of complicated chronic respiratory disease (air-sac infection) and control of complicated CRD by lowering mortality and severity during outbreaks

As an aid in the prevention of bacterial enteritis and in the control of neomycin-sensitive organisms associated with bluecomb (mud fever or transmissible enteritis)

100 140 2

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS: Oxytetracycline in low calcium feeds (0.18–0.55% dietary calcium) should not be fed for more than five days and should not be fed to laying hens.

WARNING: This combination requires withdrawal from feed 5 days before slaughter of broilers and 14 days before slaughter of laying hens.

TURKEYS

As an aid in the prevention of disease from oxytetracycline-susceptible organisms during periods of stress

As an aid in the prevention of bacterial enteritis and in the control of neomycin-sensitive organisms associated with bluecomb (mud fever or transmissible enteritis)

50

70

1

To extend period of high egg production, to improve egg production, to improve feed efficiency, to improve fertility, to improve egg production and feed efficiency in presence of disease and at time of stress; as an aid in maintaining and improving hatchability where birds are suffering from stress from exposure, moving, vaccination, culling, extreme losses due to oxytetracycline-susceptible organisms, and to improve egg shell quality; prevention of hexamitiasis

As an aid in the prevention of bacterial enteritis and in the control of neomycin-sensitive organisms associated with bluecomb (mud fever or transmissible enteritis)

50–100

70–140

1–2

As an aid in the prevention of early poultry mortality due to oxytetracycline-susceptible organisms

As an aid in the prevention of bacterial enteritis and in the control of neomycin-sensitive organisms associated with bluecomb (mud fever or transmissible enteritis)

50–100

(first 4 weeks)

70–140

1–2

Control of bluecomb (mud fever or transmissible enteritis), infectious sinusitis and hexamitiasis; prevention of infectious synovitis As an aid in the prevention of bacterial enteritis and in the control of neomycin-sensitive organisms associated with bluecomb (mud fever or transmissible enteritis)

100

140

2

SWINE (baby pigs, growing-finishing pigs and sows)

As an aid in the prevention of bacterial enteritis (scours), baby pig diarrhea (in baby pigs only), vibrionic dysentery, bloody dysentery and salmonellosis (necro or necrotic enteritis)

50

70

1

As an aid in the treatment of bacterial enteritis (scours), baby pig diarrhea (in baby pigs only), vibrionic dysentery, bloody dysentery and salmonellosis (necro or necrotic enteritis)

50–100

70–140

1–2

(When used in sows: to be fed during the gestation and lactation periods) As an aid in the maintenance of weight gains and feed consumption in the presence of atrophic rhinitis

As an aid in the treatment of bacterial enteritis

50–100

70–140

1–2

WARNING: Withdraw from feed 10 days before slaughter when neomycin base level is 140 g/ton and 5 days before slaughter when the neomycin base level is below 140g/ton.

CALVES (starter feeds)

Aid in the prevention of bacterial enteritis (scours)

50

70

1

Aid in the treatment of bacterial enteritis (scours)

100

140

2

WARNING: This combination, when fed at the level of 1.4 grams neomycin base plus 2 grams oxytetracycline per head daily, requires withdrawal from feed 7 days before slaughter. No withdrawal is required at lower levels. A withdrawal period has not been established for this product in preruminating calves. Do not use in calves to be processed for veal.

FOR USE IN DRY FEEDS ONLY. NOT FOR USE IN LIQUID FEED SUPPLEMENTS.

Neo-Terramycin is a registered trademark of Pfizer, Inc., licensed to

Phibro Animal Health, for Neomycin-Oxytetracycline combination products.

SEE BACK PANEL FOR COMPLETE MIXING DIRECTIONS

USE DIRECTIONS AND WARNINGS

Net Weight 50 lb (22.6 kg)

NADA #94-975, Approved by FDA

7931000

101-9014-02

Neo-Terramycin 100/50 
neomycin-oxytetracycline powder
Product Information
Product Type OTC TYPE A MEDICATED ARTICLE ANIMAL DRUG Item Code (Source) NDC:66104-8850
Route of Administration ORAL DEA Schedule     
Active Ingredient/Active Moiety
Ingredient Name Basis of Strength Strength
OXYTETRACYCLINE HYDROCHLORIDE (OXYTETRACYCLINE) OXYTETRACYCLINE HYDROCHLORIDE 50 g  in 0.45 kg
NEOMYCIN SULFATE (NEOMYCIN) NEOMYCIN SULFATE 100 g  in 0.45 kg
Inactive Ingredients
Ingredient Name Strength
MINERAL OIL  
SODIUM ALUMINIUM SILICATE  
RICE BRAN  
Packaging
# Item Code Package Description
1 NDC:66104-8850-1 22.6 kg in 1 BAG
Marketing Information
Marketing Category Application Number or Monograph Citation Marketing Start Date Marketing End Date
NADA NADA94975 01/11/1999
Labeler - Phibro Animal Health (006989008)
Revised: 04/2010
 
Phibro Animal Health



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