at a strength of 220mg/g
an anticoccidial drug - it has also been used for many years and needs no
withdrawal time to guard against residue in the meat - it is given in the
drinking water and interferes with metabolism of the vitamin thiamin (vitamin
B1) in coccidia
An aid in
the treatment and prevention of coccidiosis in calves
prevent coccidiosis, add to the drinking water of animals during periods of
exposure, stress, or when experience indicates that coccidiosis may be likely
with fresh drinking water for five consecutive days as a treatment or
twenty-one consecutive days as a preventative measure.
as a treatment, provide to all animals in a herd, pen, or group; when one or
more calves show clinical signs of coccidiosis, it is likely that the entire
group has been exposed.
withdrawal: 24 hours.