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Pennchlor 64 - Chlortetracycline Hydrochloride - 102.4g Per Packet (64g/lb)

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Description

Pennchlor 64 Soluble Powder contains the broad spectrum antibiotic chlortetracycline. Pennchlor 64 is used in the drinking water of calves, swine, chickens, and turkeys. Calves and swine are generally treated for 3 to 5 days; chickens and turkeys for 7 to 14 days. Pennchlor 64 Soluble Powder is a generic equivalent to Aureomycin Soluble Powder Concentrate. Chlortetracycline HCl.

Key Benefits

  • Excellent solubility
  • Effective for wide range of diseases when causes by susceptible organisms.
  • No withdrawal in swine.
  • 1 day withdrawal in calves, turkeys and chickens.
  • Quick acting - noticeable improvement within 24 to 48 hours.

Indications

For the control or treatment of the following diseases caused by organisms susceptible to chlortetracycline

Directions

View Pennchlor Drug Facts Sheet.

Swine Dose 10- mg/lb body wt/day
Bacterial Enteritis (Scours)(Escherichia coli)

Bacterial Pneumonia (Pasteurella spp., Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (Hemophilus spp,) Klebsiella spp.,)

5 packets per 512 gallons. This will treat 51,200 lb of pigs for one day; that is five hundred twelve 100-lb pigs, providing 10 mg/lb body weight).

Administer at this rate in the total water consumed over a full, 24-hour period. Do not administer for more than 5 days.

Chicken Dose
Chronic Respiratory Disease (CRD) and Air-Sac Infection (Mycoplasma gallisepticum, Escherichia coli)

Infectious Synovitis (Mycoplasma synoviae) FOr the control of mortality due to fowl cholera (Pasteurella multocida) in growing chickens

Administer at the indicated rates in the total water consumed over a full, 24-hour period

2-4 packets per 512 gallons (400-800 mg/gallon)

1-2 packets per 512 gallons (200-400 mg/gallon)

5 packets per 512 gallons (1000 mg/gallon)

Calves Dose-10 mg/lb body wt/day
Bacterial Pneumonia (Pasteurella spp., Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (Hemophilus spp,) Klebsiella spp.) Bacterial Enteritis (Escherichia coli) One standard teaspoonful of powder contains 500 mg. Administer four such teaspoonsul in solution to a 200-lb calg in divided doses. Administer at this rate in the total water consumed over a full 24-hour period, or as a drench in divided doses. Do not adminsiter for more than 5 days.
Turkeys Dose
Control of complicating bacterialorganisms associated with Bluecomb (transmissible enteritis or Corona virus enteritis) susceptible to chlortetracycline

Infectious Synovitis (Mycoplasma synoviae)

25 mg/lb body wt/day. Administer 1 packet for every 4,096 lb of turkeys in the toal water consumed over a full, 24-hour period.

2 packets per 512 gallons (400 mg/gallon).

Administer at this rate in the total water consumed over a full, 24-hour period.

Medicate chickens and turkeys continuously at the first clinical signs of disease and continue for 7-14 consecutive days. The dosage ranges permitted provide for different levels based on the severity of the infection. If improvement is not noted in 24-48 hours, consult a veterinarian or a diagnostic laboratory to determine diagnoses and for advice regarding the optimal level of the drug where ranges are permitted.

General Information on Dosage:

Dosages in terms of packets per 512 gallons are based on stated dosages per unit of body weight and average water consumption of the species. Weather conditions, ambient temperature, humidity, age, class of livestock and other factors amy affect consumption and, except where calves are drenched, the unit dosage should be used as a guide to effective use in drinking water. Animals must actually consume enough medicated water to provide the desired therapeutic dose under the conditions that prevail.

Warning:

Use as the sole source of chlortetracycline. Not to be used for more than 14 consecutive days in chickens and turkeys, 5 days in calves, or 5 days in swine. Do not use in laying chickens. For growing turkeys only. Do not administer to calves within 1 day of slaughter. Do not administer to chickens at 1,000 mg/gallon of water (one packet per 102.4 gallons) within 24 hours of slaughter. Zero day withdrawal in swine.

Caution:

When used in plastic or stainless steel waterers, or automatic waterers, prepare fresh solutions every 24 hours. When used in galvanized waterers, prepeare fresh solutions every 12 hours. When feeding milk or milk replacers, administration one hour before or two hours after feeding is recommended.

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