Virginiamycin - MIB #10.11

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Date Revised: 2011-06

Approved Brands

  1. STAFAC 22 contains virginiamycin at 22 g/kg (Phibro Animal Health Corporation)
  2. STAFAC 44 contains virginiamycin at 44 g/kg (Phibro Animal Health Corporation)
  3. STAFAC 500 contains virginiamycin at 500 g/kg (Phibro Animal Health Corporation)
  4. VIRGINIAMYCIN 44 PREMIX contains virginiamycin at 44 g/kg (Bio Agri Mix LP)

Approved for use

In meal or pellet feed for swine; broiler chickens. This includes starter, grower and finisher feeds for swine and broiler chickens.

Approved claims

For swine - Claim 1
For broiler chickens - Claim 2

Claim 1: For increased rate of weight gain in swine.

Level of Drug:

11 mg/kg (0.0011%) of complete feed.

Caution:

  1. Compatible with Bentonite, Lignosol, Agri-Colloid or Pel-Aid when used as pellet binding agent (Premix and supplement labels only).

Claim 2: For increased rate of weight gain and improved feed efficiency in broiler chickens.

Level of Drug:

11 mg/kg (0.0011%) of complete feed.

Directions:

Feed only to broiler chickens from day one to market weight.

Warning:

Do not feed to birds producing eggs for human consumption.

Caution:

  1. Do not feed to replacement or breeding chickens.
  2. Compatible with Bentonite, Lignosol, Agri-Colloid or Pel-Aid when used as pellet binding agent (Premix and supplement labels only).

Accepted Compatibilities

Virginiamycin is compatible with the following drug/drug combinations. For details refer to the MIB as indicated.

Number Medicated ingredients For use in feed for
1. Lasalocid sodium (MIB #66) broiler chickens
2. Maduramicin ammonium (MIB #71) broiler chickens
3. Monensin sodium (MIB #57) broiler chickens
4. Narasin (MIB #73) broiler chickens
5. Salinomycin sodium (MIB #69) broiler chickens
6. Halofuginone Hydrobromide (MIB #76) broiler chickens
7. Semduramicin sodium (MIB #79) at 25 mg/kg in the complete feed broiler chickens
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