TERRAMYCIN Profile



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TERRAMYCIN
Company
Pfizer Limited
Group
Allopathic
Subgroup
Antibiotics
Main Combination
Oxytetracycline Hydrochloride
Storage
Room Temparature
Type
Powder  
Packing
Packing
Mrp
Tax
125g   
Rs 0   
+ inc.tax   
Indication
Chicks : Reduces early chick mortality and stimulates uniform growth.

Broilers & Layers : Treats and prevents diseases caused by Oxytetracyclinesusceptible organisms.

Stress :   Treats and prevents stress caused by change in weather, moving, debeaking, vaccination etc in chicks, broilers and growers.
Composition
Each 4 g contains :

Oxytetracycline Hydrochloride I.P.            200mg
Benzethonium Chloride U.S.P.           200mg
Dosage
Canine:
N/A
Sheep
N/A
Poultry
Starting chicks and poults   Mixing Rate   1 tsp (4g) per 4.5 litres of water for first two weeks.             Ltrs./Pkt.    140       Uses   To protect against early chick mortality, promote uniform growth, improve carcass quality of broilers, early maturity of pullets.


Disease treatment        Mixing Rate 1 tsp (4g) per 4.5 litres of water till problem is over.   Ltrs./Pkt.    140       Uses     Chronic Reespiratory Disease (CRD), Blue comb, Hexamitiasis, mixed infections and other diseases caused by oxytetracycline susceptible organisms.

Treatment of severe disease conditions    Mixing Rate   2-5 tsp (8-20g) per 4.5 litres of water for 1-2 weeks.             Ltrs./Pkt.   70-280   Uses     Chronic Reespiratory Disease (CRD) complicated with E.coli, heavy mortality, sudden outbreak of disease, severe drop in egg production.

Disease Prevention      Mixing Rate 1 tsp (4g) per 9 litres of water till the threat is over.   Ltrs./Pkt.    280   Uses    Growers, layers and broilers when disease threat in the vicinity.

Stress    Mixing Rate 1 tsp (4g) per 9 litres of water  for 1-2 weeks.     Ltrs./Pkt.   280   Uses   For normal performance during extremes of temperature, transport, debeaking, vaccination, change in feed, moulting or other stress conditions.
Large Animals
N/A
Others
N/A
Administration
Oral in drinking water.
Advantages
N/A
Precautions
N/A
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