Sulfa 2 Soluble Powder (Canada)This page contains information on Sulfa 2 Soluble Powder for veterinary use.
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Sulfa 2 Soluble PowderThis treatment applies to the following species:
FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY
Sulfa 2 Soluble Powder Indications
Cattle: For the treatment of bacterial infections (pneumonia, metritis, enteritis, foot rot, or septicemia accompanying acute mastitis) and as an aid in the treatment of shipping fever complex.
Swine: For the treatment of enteritis and respiratory diseases caused by bacteria sensitive to sulfamethazine and sulfathiazole.
Directions For Use
For use in automatic medicators, dissolve 400 grams of Sulfa 2 in 8 Litres of water. Add this to each 260 Litres of water the first day, and to each 355 Litres of water for the next three days. For individual treatment of cattle, dissolve 400 grams in 2 Litres of water and administer 1 mL of this solution per kg bodyweight as a drench. Reduce the dose to 1/2 mL/kg bodyweight for the next three days.
Contents: Each gram contains
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WarningMilk taken from treated animals within 96 hours after the latest treatment with this drug must not be used in food. Treated animals must not be slaughtered for use in food at least 10 days after the latest treatment with this drug.
WarningThis product must not be added to swine feeds. If animals do not respond within 4 days, discontinue use and consult a Veterinarian.
NET CONTENTS: 400 g, 10 kg
DOMINION VETERINARY LABORATORIES LTD., 1199 Sanford St., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3E 3A1
NAC No.: 11810692
1199 SANFORD STREET, WINNIPEG, MB, R3E 3A1
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