Pennchlor SP 500This page contains information on Pennchlor SP 500 for veterinary use.
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- Pennchlor SP 500 Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Pennchlor SP 500
- Direction and dosage information for Pennchlor SP 500
Pennchlor SP 500This treatment applies to the following species:
chlortetracycline, sulfamethazine, penicillin
Type A Medicated Article
FOR USE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF MEDICATED FEEDS
NADA 138-934 APPROVED BY FDA
Restricted Drug: (California)-Use only as directed
Not For Human Use
FOR USE IN THE MANUFACTURE OF SWINE FEEDS
ACTIVE DRUG INGREDIENTS:
Chlortetracycline Calcium Complex equivalent to Chlortetracycline HCl
40 g per lb
8.8% (40 g/lb)
Penicillin (from procaine penicillin)
20 g per lb
Calcium carbonate, Roughage Products and Mineral Oil.
Pennchlor SP 500 Indications
For reduction of the incidence of cervical abscesses; treatment of bacterial swine enteritis (salmonellosis or necrotic enteritis caused by Salmonella choleraesuis and vibrionic dysentery); prevention of these diseases during times of stress; maintenance of weight gains in the presence of atrophic rhinitis; growth promotion and increased feed efficiency in swine weighing up to 75 pounds.
Directions For Use
Mix 2.5 lbs. of Article with part of the feed ingredients to make a preblend. Add the remainder of the ingredients to give a final concentration of 100 g chlortetracycline, 100 g sulfamethazine and 50 g penicillin per ton of Type C feed and mix thoroughly.
WARNING: WITHDRAW 15 DAYS PRIOR TO SLAUGHTER
Distributed by PennField ANIMAL HEALTH, 14040 Industrial Rd., Omaha, Nebraska 68114
NET WT. 50 lb (22.7 kg)
NAC No.: 10450092
Distributed by PHARMGATE ANIMAL HEALTH
1015 ASHES DRIVE, SUITE 102, WILMINGTON, NC, 28405
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