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Hi-Pro Rapid Start (Medicated)

Tag: 100353
Form: Pellet
Weight: 50 lbs.

The Hi-Pro Rapid Start (medicated with Chlortetracycline) is a pelleted ration ideal for achieving economical gains in incoming stocker calves or preconditioning weaned calves while controlling bacterial pneumonia.

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Features: Benefits:
Medicated with Aureomycin® chlortetracycline Controls pneumonia associated with shipping fever complex.
Palatable starter for calves Calves are started on feed quickly. Formulation provides efficient growth and promotes rapid weight gain.
High fiber from palatable feed ingredients such as cottonseed hulls Safe for stating incomings cattle or weaning calves.
Trace mineral and vitamin fortified Provides nutritionally essential trace minerals to meet increased requirements for growth and metabolism.
Pelleted Easier handling and longer shelf life.

Feed to beef cattle in a feedlot for control of bacterial pneumonia associated with shipping fever complex caused by pasteurella spp. Susceptible to chlortetracycline.

Feed at the rate of 3.0 lbs/hd/day to furnish 350 milligrams chlortetracycline.

 

Crude Protein (min) 12.0% Salt (min) 0.4%
Crude Fat (min) 1.5% Salt (max) 0.9%
Crude Fiber (max) 20.0 % Potassium (min) 1.1%
Calcium (min) 0.8% Vitamin A (min) 4,000 IU/lb
Calcium (max) 1.3%
Phosphorous (min) 0.4%
Active Drug Ingredient:
Chlortetracycline 233 grams per ton
  • Cheyenne, OK
  • Friona, TX

This feed contains added copper. Do not feed to sheep or related species. A withdrawal period has not been established for this product in pre-ruminating calves.  Do not use in calves to be processed for veal. Provide fresh, clean water at all times. Keep feed fresh in cool, dry storage. Do not use feed that is old, molded or contaminated by insects. Federal law restricts medicated feed containing this Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.

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