Pro-Gen 20% (Canada)This page contains information on Pro-Gen 20% for veterinary use.
The information provided typically includes the following:
- Pro-Gen 20% Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Pro-Gen 20%
- Direction and dosage information for Pro-Gen 20%
Pro-Gen 20%This treatment applies to the following species:
Medicated Feed Premix - with LECTRA-GUARD*
Veterinary Use Only
Arsanilic Acid (p-Aminobenzenearsonic Acid)
WarningTreated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 5 days after the latest treatment with this drug. Arsenicals should not be administered to sows in the 15 days prior to farrowing. Do not use arsenicals in feeds for ducks and geese. Keep out of reach of children.
Pro-Gen 20% Indications
When used in feed for growing chickens, turkeys and swine as an aid to stimulate growth and improve feed conversion. Used in feeds for layer and breeder chickens, it helps improves feed efficiency.
Broilers, Replacement And Laying Chickens, Turkeys:
Add 495 g of premix (99 g arsanilic acid) per 1000 kg (1 tonne) of complete feed.
Feed as the sole ration.
Add 250 to 495 g of premix (50 to 99 g of arsanilic acid) per 1000 kg (1 tonne) of complete feed. Feed as the sole ration.
Directions For Use
Uniform distribution of PRO-GEN in a feed is essential. Therefore, mix PRO-GEN in a small quantity of feed as a premix then add this premix to the remaining amount of the feed and mix thoroughly.
Pro-Gen 20% Caution
No other arsenical should be fed or added to the drinking water while using this feed. Animals should have access to fresh, clean drinking water at all times.
Store between 15 and 25°C. Protect from moisture. Keep the opened bag tightly closed when not in use.
*Reg'd Trademarks of Fleming Laboratories, Inc.
Vétoquinol N.-A. Inc., 2000, ch. Georges, Lavaltrie, QC, Canada J5T 3S5
NAC No.: 12342283
2000, CHEMIN GEORGES, LAVALTRIE, QC, J5T 3S5
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