Thank you for the link.
Dosage for Duramycin/Tetracycline?? - Page 7
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Golly. Wish I'd found kande50's post on this thread last summer. After lots of research, I ended up doing the exact same thing and came up with the same result - 1/4 teaspoon tetracycline hydrochloride powder per pint of water. My injured chicken did just fine on that ratio and fought off infection to make a full recovery. Thanks for the info!
Doses are here:
that will work, though the dose in that picture is incorrect. If you're going to use it, open it and measure out how many tablespoons there are and I'll tell you what the dose is. I've already called them and told them that I found dosing errors in both products and they said they'll look into it.
So very confusing for the average small flock owner. I can't locate any decent amount of tetracycline locally (only big amounts for the larger farmers) but can locate packets of water soluble for fish. So I'm going to try that and hope I can figure this mess out...getting a headache already! lol
Edited by silversong - 11/16/15 at 10:04am