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V-Max TM 50 (Virginiamycin) TYPE A MEDICATED ARTICLE

Product Type: OTC TYPE A MEDICATED ARTICLE ANIMAL DRUG LABEL
Autor Name: Phibro Animal Health
Code Source: 66104-9601
Route of Administration: ORAL

V-Max 50

Generic: virginiamycin

Ingredients:

  • VIRGINIAMYCIN VIRGINIAMYCIN : Active ingredient - basis of strength - 227 g in 0.45 kg
  • CALCIUM CARBONATE : Inactive ingredient
  • MINERAL OIL : Inactive ingredient
  • CARBOXYMETHYLCELLULOSE SODIUM : Inactive ingredient

Package Description:

  • 22.7 kg in 1 BAG

To be mixed in cattle feed

Active Drug Ingredient

Virginiamycin : 11%
(Contains 50 g virginiamycin activity per lb)

Inert ingredients :

Processed grain by-products, roughage products, calcium carbonate, carboxymethylcellulose, mineral oil

Important: Must be diluted in feed before use
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For use in complete feeds for cattle fed in confinement for slaughter as specified below

Directions for Use

Cattle fed in confinement for slaughter Virginiamycin required mg/hd/day Virginiamycin (g/tons) of complete feed (90% dry matter basis)
Improved feed efficiency 70-240 11.0-16.0
Reduction of incidence of liver abscesse 85-240 13.5-16.0
Increased rate of weight gain 100-340 16.0-22.5
Caution: Not for use in animals intended for breeding.


Mixing Directions

Type B Medicated Feeds for cattle fed in confinement for slaughter -Thoroughly mix the following amounts of V-Max 50 Type A Medicated Article to make 1 ton of Type B Medicated Feed to provide the concentrations shown in Table 1. An intermediate blending step, consistent with the mixing equipment specifications, should be performed to ensure adequate mixing.
Table 1. Type B Medicated Feed
lb of V-Max 50 Type A Medicated Article per ton of supplement Virginiamycin concentration in Type B Medicated Feed (g/ton)
5 10 20 40 100 200 250 500 1,000 2,000 5,000 10,000
Preparation of Type C Medicated Feed for cattle fed in confinement for slaughter:
From Type B Medicated Feed: The Type B Medicated Feed must be diluted to a Type C Medicated Feed before being fed. Prepare a Type B Medicated Feed as described above. Thoroughly mix the V-Max 50 Type B Medicated Feed to make 1 ton of Type C Medicated Feed to provide 11.0-22.5 g of virginiamycin per ton of complete feed on a 90% dry matter basis using the examples provided in Table 2.
Table 2. Type C Medicated Feed
lb of a 500g/ton Type B Medicated Feed per ton of complete feed lb of a 1,000 g/ton Type B Medicated Feed per ton of complete feed lb of a 5,000 g/ton Type B Medicated Feed per ton of complete feed lb of a 10,000 g/ton Type B Medicated Feed per ton of complete feed Virginiamycin concentration in complete feed 90% dry matter basis (g/ton)
44 22 4.4 2.2 11.0
54 27 5.4 2.7 13.5
64 32 6.4 3.2 16.0
90 45 9.0 4.5 22.5
From Type A Medicated Article: V-Max 50 Type A Medicated Article must be diluted to a Type C Medicated Feed before being fed. Thoroughly mix the Type A Medicated Article to make 1 ton of Type C Medicated Feed to provide 11.0-22.5 g of virginiamycin per ton of complete feed on a 90% dry matter basis using the examples provided in Table 3.
An intermediate blending step, consistent with the blending equipment specifications, should be performed to ensure adequate mixing.
Table 3. Type C Medicated Feed prepared from V-Max 50 Type A Medicated Article
lb of V-Max 50 Type A Medicated Article per ton of complete feed Virginiamycin concentration in complete feed 90% dry matter basis (g/ton)
0.22 0.27 0.32 0.45 11.0 13.5 16.0 22.5
Feed continuously as sole ration

Store at or Below 25 °C/77F°, Excursions Permitted Up To 40 C (104 F)

Close container after use

NOT FOR HUMAN USE
RESTRICTED DRUG (CALIFORNIA) - USE ONLY AS DIRECTED

NADA #140-998, Approved by FDA
8812000
101-9141-01
NET CONTENTS: 50 lb (22.7 kg)
Distributed by:
PHIBRO ANIMAL HEALTH, INC.
65 Challenger Road
Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660, USA



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V-Max  TM  50(Virginiamycin)TYPE A MEDICATED ARTICLE

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