Amprol Plus Type A Medicated Article

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Amprol Plus Type A Medicated Article

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Manufacturer: Huvepharma

(amprolium With Ethopabate)

Nada 13-461 Approved By The Fda

AMPROL PLUS (amprolium, ethopabate) is intended for use as an aid in the prevention of coccidiosis (1) in broiler chickens and (2) in replacement chickens where immunity to coccidiosis is not desired.

Active Drug Ingredients

Amprolium

25%

Ethopabate

0.8%

Ingredients

Corn Gluten Feed and Soybean Oil

To Be Used Only In The Manufacture Of Registered Feeds.

Warning

Keep This And All Drugs Out Of The Reach Of Children. Not For Human Use.

The Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) contains more detailed occupational safety information. To report adverse effects, obtain an MSDS or for assistance, contact Huvepharma at 1-877-4AMPROL.

Mixing Directions

AMPROL PLUS® (amprolium, ethopabate) should be thoroughly and evenly mixed in the feed. AMPROL PLUS may be used to manufacture a Type C medicated feed in the concentration range of 0.0125% - 0.025% amprolium and 0.0004% ethopabate. One pound of AMPROL PLUS should be mixed with one ton of non-medicated feed to produce a Type C medicated feed containing 0.0125% amprolium / 0.0004% ethopabate. One pound of AMPROL PLUS and one pound of AMPROL (amprolium) 25% mixed with one ton of non-medicated feed will produce a feed containing 0.025% amprolium and 0.0004% ethopabate.

To aid in the even distribution of AMPROL PLUS in the finished feed, prepare a mixture of AMPROL PLUS in a portion of complete feed ingredient before mixing into the finished ration. Blend the mixture with the remainder of the finished feed and mix thoroughly.

Suggested Directions For Feed Tags

Use Directions

Chickens

For most field conditions as they exist under modern management practices use 0.0125% amprolium-0.0004% ethopabate Type C medicated feed. Where severe coccidiosis conditions exist, use 0.025% amprolium-0.0004% ethopabate Type C medicated feed. Increasing levels of Amprolium may not prevent coccidiosis caused by strains of Eimeria commonly found to be resistant to Amprolium.

Use amprolium-ethopabate Type C medicated feed as the only ration from the time birds are placed on litter until past the time when coccidiosis is ordinarily a hazard.

Amprol Plus Type A Medicated Article Caution

Not For Laying Hens.

Use as the sole source of amprolium.

Do not use amprolium-ethopabate Type C medicated feed as a treatment for outbreaks of coccidiosis.

Do not change the litter while giving this feed unless absolutely necessary.

If losses exceed 0.5% in a 2-day period, obtain an accurate diagnosis, and follow the instructions of your veterinarian or poultry pathologist. Losses may result from intercurrent disease or other conditions affecting drug intake which can contribute to the virulence of coccidiosis under field conditions.

Do not use in feeds containing bentonite.

Restricted Drug - Use Only as Directed (California).

Manufactured by: HUVEPHARMA, INC., St. Louis, MO 63116

Distributed by: HUVEPHARMA, INC., 500 Westpark Drive, Suite 230, Peachtree City, GA 30269

For questions, call 1-877-4AMPROL

® AMPROL PLUS and ® AMPROL are registered trademarks of Huvepharma, Inc.

Net Wt.:

Product

 

50 lb (22.68 kg)

956750

1075-1557-04

Dated 09-2007

Nac No.

13090050
HUVEPHARMA, INC.
525 WESTPARK DR., SUITE 230, PEACHTREE CITY, GA, 30269
Telephone:   770-486-7212
Toll-Free:   877-994-4883
Fax:   770-486-7217
Website:   www.huvepharma.com
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