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Lincomycin Spectinomycin 100 Soluble PowderThis treatment applies to the following species:
Soluble powder (lincomycin hydrochloride, spectinomycin hydrochloride) for Chickens and Swine
VETERINARY USE ONLY
Net Contents 150 g
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Each 150 g jar contains: Lincomycin base (as lincomycin hydrochloride) 33.3 g, Spectinomycin base (as spectinomycin hydrochloride) 66.6 g, total antibiotic activity 100.0 g.
Lincomycin Spectinomycin 100 Soluble Powder Indications
Swine - For the treatment of swine dysentery (bloody scours) associated with Serpulina (Treponema) hyodysenteriae.
Poultry - As an aid in the prevention and treatment of Chronic Respiratory Disease (CRD, Airsacculitis) associated with mycoplasma and coliform infections of growing chickens.
Dosage and Administration
Swine - Add the contents of this jar to 1500 L of drinking water (provides 67 mg antibiotic activity per 1 L).
For automatic medicators: Set to deliver 7.8 mL of stock solution per 1 L of drinking water (1 oz. per U.S. gallon) prepare stock solution by dissolving the contents of this jar in 11.7 L of water.
Treatment: At the first sign of disease, administer medication at the above dosage as the sole source of drinking water for 4 to 7 days.
Poultry - Add the contents of this jar to 120 L of drinking water (provides 833 mg antibiotic activity per 1 L).
For automatic medicators: Set to deliver 7.8 mL of stock solution per 1 L of drinking water (1 oz. per U.S. gallon), prepare stock solution by dissolving contents of this jar in 0.9 L of water.
Prevention: To prevent losses due to CRD, administer at the above dosage for the first 3 to 5 days of life and again for 1 or 2 days at about 4 weeks of age. The longer period (5 days) of initial administration is recommended if disease has been a problem in the past on the premises.
Treatment: Begin treatment at the above dosage at the first sign of disease. Administer as the sole source of drinking water for 5 to 7 days.
Fresh medicated drinking water should be provided daily. Store stock solution in closed glass containers in a cool place and discard after 7 days.
Lincomycin Spectinomycin 100 Soluble Powder Caution
1. Treated pigs may develop some stool softening or mild diarrhea within 18 to 36 hours. Signs of mild irritation and swelling of the anus and/or vulva may be associated with the stool changes. These side effects are transient and are self-correcting by the 5th to 7th day of treatment. Should these reactions be more severe than described above, discontinue use of the drug.
If no improvement in disease condition is noted after 3 to 5 days of treatment, redetermine the diagnosis.
2. Do not allow rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, horses, dairy cattle or other ruminants access to feeds and/or drinking water containing lincomycin. Ingestion by these species may result in severe gastrointestinal effects or metabolic disorders (i.e. Ketosis in dairy cattle).
Store in a cool, dry place.
1. Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 72 hours for poultry and 5 days for swine, after the latest treatment with this drug.
2. This product must not be used in laying birds.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
Manufactured by Bio Agri Mix LP, PO Box 399, Mitchell, ON N0K 1N0
NAC No.: 11610154
P.O. BOX 399, 11 ELLENS STREET, MITCHELL, ON, N0K 1N0
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