Coxistac 12% Premix (Canada)This page contains information on Coxistac 12% Premix for veterinary use.
The information provided typically includes the following:
- Coxistac 12% Premix Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Coxistac 12% Premix
- Direction and dosage information for Coxistac 12% Premix
Coxistac 12% PremixThis treatment applies to the following species:
(brand of salinomycin sodium)
For Feed Manufacturing Use Only
Salinomycin sodium, 120 g/kg
Coxistac 12% Premix Indications
For use in broiler chickens as an aid in the prevention of coccidiosis caused by Eimeria acervulina, E. mitis, E. necatrix, E. maxima, E. tenella and E. brunetti.
Thoroughly mix 500 g of Coxistac 12% Premix with 1000 kg of complete feed to obtain a medicated feed with a salinomycin sodium concentration of 0.0060% (60 mg/kg). The medicated feed can be prepared in the form of meal or pellets.
The medicated feed is to be fed continuously as the sole ration up to marketing.
Do not feed to laying chickens.
Coxistac 12% Premix Caution
(1) Do not allow dogs, horses or turkeys access to this drug as it is known to be toxic to these species. Extra care should be taken to avoid contamination of feeds for these animals. (2) A weight gain reduction may occur in cockerels fed this drug in the absence of coccidial exposure. (3) Do not administer tiamulin to birds receiving this drug. (4) Do not use in feeds containing pellet-binding agents with the exception of Lignosol and Agri-Colloid. (5) Do not use this drug for the treatment of coccidiosis. (6) Consult a veterinarian or poultry pathologist if losses exceed 0.5% in a 2-day period. (7) Do not feed to replacement or breeding chickens.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Net 25 Kg
*Coxistac is a registered trademark of Phibro Animal Health Ltd.
Phibro Animal Health Ltd., Regina, Saskatchewan S4N 5W5
Distributed by BIO AGRI MIX LP
P.O. BOX 399, 11 ELLENS STREET, MITCHELL, ON, N0K 1N0
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