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Chlor 100 Medicated Premix (Canada)

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Chlor 100 Medicated Premix

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Bio Agri Mix

DIN 00698210

FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY

Active Ingredient

Chlortetracycline hydrochloride

220 g per kg

Directions For Use

Chlor 100 Medicated Premix Indications

Swine

0.011% (110 mg/kg) of complete feed:

Indication 1) As an aid in the treatment of bacterial enteritis (scours, bacterial diarrhea). Feed continuously as the sole ration following the appearance of symptoms and until 3 days after symptoms disappear.

Note:

1. Pigs off feed should be given individual treatment.

2. Pre-Starters and feeds to be fed up to and including 6 weeks of age are required to contain 0.0220% (220 mg/kg) chlortetracycline hydrochloride.

0.0055% (55 mg/kg) of complete feed:

Indication 2) As an aid in prevention of bacterial enteritis (scours, bacterial diarrhea). Feed as the sole ration during the period of early growth up to 32 kg (70 lbs).

Note:

Pre-Starters and feeds to be fed up to and including 6 weeks of age should contain 0.022% of chlortetracycline hydrochloride.

22 mg/kg of body weight per day:

Indication 3) As an aid in the prevention of porcine proliferative enteropathy (ileitis) caused by Lawsonia intracellularis. Feed as the sole ration for 14 days.

Note:

Feed levels of this medication will vary according to feed intake and bodyweight. The appropriate levels in feed can be calculated by:

Feed level (mg/kg) =

22 mg/kg body weight X Body weight (kg)

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Average Daily Feed Intake (kg)

The table below provides additional guidance.

FEED LEVELS (mg Chlortetracycline HCl/kg of Feed)

ADFI1 (kg)

Body weight (kg)

5 kg

25 kg

50 kg

75 kg

100 kg

120 kg

250 kg

0.25

440

2200

 

 

 

 

 

0.50

220

1100

2200

3300

 

 

 

1.00

 

550

1100

1650

2200

2640

 

1.50

 

367

733

1100

1467

1760

 

2.00

 

275

550

825

1100

1320

 

2.50

 

 

440

660

880

1056

 

3.00

 

 

367

550

733

880

1833

4.00

 

 

275

413

550

660

1375

1. ADFI = Average daily feed intake in kg

Beef Cattle And Non-lactating Dairy Cattle

0.22 mg/kg of body weight/day or 70 mg/head/day in complete feed:

As an aid in the prevention of foot rot. Feed continuously during the period the animals are exposed to this disease.

Calves Up To 136 Kg

0.0055% (55 mg/kg) of complete feed:

As an aid in the prevention of bacterial diarrhea in calves. Feed continuously during periods of early growth.

Calves (milk Replacers)

0.0055% (55 mg/kg) of milk replacer powder.

As an aid in the prevention of bacterial diarrhea in calves. Feed continuously during periods of early growth.

Turkeys

0.0055% (55 mg/kg) of complete feed:

Indication 1) As an aid in the prevention of Hexamitiasis in turkeys. (This disease is not common in Canada. This product may be used on those farms having a history of this condition). Feed as the sole ration for as long as birds are expected to be exposed to infection.

0.011% (110 mg/kg) of complete feed:

Indication 2) As an aid in the treatment of Hexamitiasis in turkeys. (This disease is not common in Canada). Feed as the sole ration when symptoms appear and continue for a few days after symptoms disappear.

Indication 3) As an aid in the prevention of Synovitis and Infectious Sinusitis in turkeys. Feed as the sole ration for as long as birds are expected to be exposed to the infection.

0.022% (220 mg/kg) of complete feed:

Indication 4) As an aid in the treatment of Synovitis in turkeys. Feed as the sole ration when symptoms appear and continue for at least 2 weeks after symptoms disappear.

Lambs

0.0022% (22 mg/kg) of complete feed:

As an aid in the reduction of losses due to Enterotoxemia in feedlot lambs. Feed continuously as the sole ration while lambs are in the feedlot.

Mixing instructions for Manufacture of Feeds:

CHLOR 100 (contains 220 mg Chlortetracycline HCl activity per kg)

To obtain:

22 mg/kg1 (g/tonne)2

55 mg/kg (g/tonne)

110 mg/kg (g/tonne)

220 mg/kg (g/tonne)

440 mg/kg (g/tonne)

880 mg/kg (g/tonne)

1100 mg/kg (g/tonne)

Add CHLOR 100

100 g

250 g

500 g

1 kg

2 kg

4 kg

5 kg

1. mg/kg = g/tonne

2. grams per metric tonne (1000 kg) of feed

BEEF CATTLE SUPPLEMENTS

70 mg per head per day: Add 320 g CHLOR 100 per tonne of supplement and feed at 1 kg per head per day.

Warning

1. Do not administer to lactating dairy cattle.

2. Treated swine and turkeys must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 7 days after the latest treatment with this drug.

3. Treated cattle and calves must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 5 days after the latest treatment with this drug.

4. Treated lambs must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 4 days after the latest treatment with this drug.

5. Keep out of reach of children.

Storage

Store in a cool dry place below 30°C.

NET CONTENTS 25 kg

MANUFACTURED BY BIO AGRI MIX LP, P.O. BOX 399, MITCHELL, ONTARIO N0K 1N0

MADE IN CANADA

Version: Jan 08/16

CPN: 1161003.5

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