For synchronization of estrus in sexually mature gilts that have had at least one estrous cycle. Administer 6.8 ml (15 mg Altrenogest) per gilt by top-dressing Matrix on a portion of each gilt’s daily feed for 14 consecutive days. Treat gilts on an individual animal basis. To produce the desired synchronization of estrus in a group of gilts, treat all of the gilts daily for the same 14-day period.
Fastrack Microbial (Probiotic) Pack contains a source of live (viable) naturally occurring microorganisms, a source of protease which can hydrolyze proteins and a source of amylase which can hydrolyze starch. Fastrack Microbial (Probiotic) Pack is for ruminants, hogs, all classes of horses, and poultry. For growing cattle, mix five pounds Fastrack per ton of mixed feed or top dress 1/2 to 1-1/2 oz. per day. For hogs, mix 2.5 to 5 pounds per ton of feed. For horses, feed 1 to 2 oz daily.
Aureomycin 50 Granular contains 50 g chlortetracycline hydrochloride per lb. May be used in calves and beef cattle to increase weight gain and efficiency. Mix sufficient Aureomycin 50 Granular with dry feed to supply desired concentration of chlortetracycline per ton.
Contains 10 grams Tylosin per pound. Use in swine rations for increased rate of weight gain and improved feed efficiency. Now approved for swine ileitis at 100gm/ton for 21 days. No withdrawal. Use for beef cattle to reduce the incidence of liver abscesses caused by susceptible organisms.
Contains 20 grams Lincomycin per pound. For treatment and control of swine dysentary, reduction in severity of swine mycoplasmal pneumonia and increase in rate of weight gain in growing-finishing swine. Mix 5 lbs. per ton for treatment and 2 lbs. per ton for control of swine dysentary. No slaughter withdrawal.
For use in the treatment of swine dysentery associated with Treponema (Serpulina) hyodysenteriae. Also for use in broiler and replacement chickens as an aid in prevention and control of necrotic enteritis caused by Clostridium perfringens, plus as an aid in controlling transmissible enteritis (blue comb, mud fever) in growing turkeys. Also for the prevention of ulcerative colitis in growing quail. Each 4.1 oz. pack contains 51.2 g bacitracin, equivalent to 200 g bacitracin per lb. For swine, one pack will medicate approximately 50 gallons of water. Not for use in swine weighing more than 250 lbs.
Contains a minimum of 400 billion colony-forming units per pound. Formulated to be mixed with water or milk replacers. For calves, mix at the rate of 1/4 teaspoon per head per day to provide 875 million colony-forming units per day.
(With F2-G) Promotes full milk production all the way to weaning. Add 11 lbs. Milkin Mix per ton of complete farrowing lactation ration and full feed beginning 10 days to 2 weeks before farrowing and continue until weaning, or top dress 2 tablespoons per sow per day.
Denagard 10 Type B Medicated Swine Feed is used to treat and control swine dysentery and to control ileitis. For swine dysentery treatment, add 20 lbs. Denagard per ton of feed; allow 7 days for slaughter withdrawal. For swine dysentery control and ileitis control, add 3.5 lbs. Denagard per ton of feed; allow 2 days for slaughter withdrawal. Denagard 10 contains 10 g/lb tiamulin hydrogen fumarate.
Contains bacitracin methylene disalicylate for use in swine rations to improve feed efficiency and rate of gain. Proven effective in controlling Clostridial Enteritis in baby pigs. Mix BMD-30 at the rate of 1 lb. per ton. Has no slaughter withdrawal. 50 lbs.
Designed to help prevent starveouts and stunting in young pigs. Use as a top dress on pig starter after weaning, in the drinking water for pigs that are nursing or are very starved after weaning, or as an oral drench or mouth lavage during the first few days of life.
Contains 10 grams per lb. Neomycin Sulfate and 10 grams per lb. Oxytetracycline. Use in swine rations at the rate of 5-10 lbs. per ton as a aid in prevention and treatment of bacterial scours, baby pig diarrhea, bloody dysentery, and necrotic enteritis (Salmonella). Use in calves at 5-10 lbs. per ton as an aid in prevention and treatment of bacterial scours.
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