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Neomycin 325 (Canada)

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Neomycin 325

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Vétoquinol

Water Soluble Powder for Chickens, Turkeys, Swine, Cattle, Sheep and Horses

DIN 00527750

Veterinary Use Only

Soluble

Active Ingredients

per 100 g

Neomycin Sulfate (eq. to 54.947 g of Neomycin base)

81.25 g

Warnings

Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least: broilers - 7 days, laying hens, turkeys, pigs, sheep - 14 days, cattle - 30 days after the latest treatment with this drug. This drug is not to be administered to horses that are to be slaughtered for use in food.

INDICATIONS: Antimicrobial

Chickens and turkeys: As an aid in the treatment of bluecomb or transmissible enteritis in turkeys, bacterial enteritis, enteritis associated with chronic respiratory disease (CRD) and other neomycin-sensitive infections in chickens and turkeys.

Swine, cattle, sheep and horses: As an aid in the treatment of scours (bacterial enteritis).

DOSAGE:

Chickens and turkeys: Flock treatment: As soon as symptoms are observed, give NEOMYCIN 325 for 3 to 5 days. If no improvement is noted after 5 days of treatment, the diagnosis should be redetermined.

Add NEOMYCIN 325 to the drinking water as follows:

Chickens:

- Day-old to 2 weeks: 20 g of powder per 225 L of drinking water or 100 g of powder (1 pouch) per 1125 L of drinking water.

- 2 weeks to adulthood: 40 g of powder per 225 L of drinking water or 200 g of powder (2 pouches) per 1125 L of drinking water.

Turkeys:

- Bacterial enteritis and enteritis associated with CRD: 40 g of powder per 225 L of drinking water or 200 g of powder (2 pouches) per 1125 L of drinking water.

- Bluecomb or transmissible enteritis: 100 g of powder (1 pouch) per 335 L of drinking water for 8 days medication, as per the following schedule:

a. 3 days - medication

b. 2 days - no medication

c. 3 days - medication

d. 2 days - no medication

e. 2 days - medication

Swine, cattle, sheep and horses:

- Individual treatment: Add to the drinking water consumed daily, 1 g of powder per 50 kg of bodyweight.

- Herd treatment: Add to the drinking water consumed daily, 100 g of powder (1 pouch) per 5000 kg of bodyweight.

FOR AUTOMATIC PROPORTIONER:

Set the apparatus to distribute 30 mL per 4 L of drinking water (1 oz./gallon U.S.). Prepare the stock solution by dissolving:

Chickens:

- Day-old to 2 weeks: 100 g of powder (1 pouch) per 8.5 L of drinking water.

- 2 weeks to adulthood: 200 g of powder (2 pouches) per 8.5 L of drinking water.

Turkeys:

- Bacterial enteritis associated with CRD: 200 g of powder (2 pouches) per 8.5 L of drinking water.

- Bluecomb or transmissible enteritis: 100 g of powder (1 pouch) per 2.5 L of drinking water.

CAUTIONS: Do not administer medicated drinking water for more than 3 days in a row at this dosage rate. During the treatment period, medicated water should be the only source of drinking water. Prepare fresh solutions daily.

NOTE: 1 tablespoonful equals 8 g.

The measuring cup contained herein (1 kg, 10 kg), when filled with a level quantity provides 50 g of product.

STORAGE CONDITIONS: Store between 15°C and 25°C. Protect from moisture and light.

Vétoquinol N.-A. Inc., 2000, ch. Georges, Lavaltrie, QC, Canada J5T 3S5

Net

Code

 

100 g

04467

654569Q

1 kg

04468

656057N

10 kg

04469

656058C

CPN: 1234213.8

VETOQUINOL N.-A. INC.
Commercial Division

2000, CHEMIN GEORGES, LAVALTRIE, QC, J5T 3S5
Telephone:   450-586-2252
Order Desk:   800-363-1700
Fax:   450-586-4649
Website:   www.vetoquinol.ca
Email:   info@vetoquinol.ca
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Neomycin 325 information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the Canadian product label or package insert.

Copyright © 2016 North American Compendiums. Updated: 2016-08-21

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