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Oxytet-25 (Canada)

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Oxytet-25

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Medivet

DIN 0223111

For Veterinary Use Only

Active Ingredient

Contains Oxytetracycline Hydrochloride B.P. 55 mg/g

Oxytet-25 Indications

As an aid in the prevention and treatment of American Foul Brood and European Foul Brood in bees.

Directions For Use

AS A DUSTING POWDER: Thoroughly mix 454 g of OXYTET-25 with 3.5 kg of powdered sugar. Apply 32 g of medicated mix per colony on the outer parts or ends of the frames 3 times at 4 to 5 day intervals in the fall and in the spring at least 4 weeks before the main honey flow.

IN SUGAR SYRUP: Dissolve 454 g of OXYTET-25 in 300 kg of 1:1 sugar syrup (one part sugar: one part water). Bulk feed 2.5 kg of this medicated syrup per colony 3 times at 3 to 4 day intervals in the fall and in the spring at least 4 weeks before the main honey flow. Medicated syrup should be used immediately and consumed within one week.

Warning

Honey or syrup stored during the medication period in the combs for surplus honey should be removed following the final medication and must not be used for human consumption.

To prevent spreading of the disease, do not use honey from infected colonies for the preparation of medicated syrup.

Honey from the brood area of colonies treated with this drug must not be extracted for human consumption.

STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS: Store in a cool place.

MEDIVET Pharmaceuticals Ltd., #4, 55 - 9 Ave. S.E., High River, AB Canada T1V 1E6

NET 454 g, 10 kg

NAC No.: 12120030

MEDIVET PHARMACEUTICALS LTD.
#4 55 9TH AVE. S.E., HIGH RIVER, AB, T1V 1E6
Telephone:   403-652-4441
Fax:   403-652-3692
Website:   www.medivet.ca
Email:   info@medivet.ca
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Oxytet-25 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.

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