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Best antibiotic for bacterial infections?

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I have a wounded one and knew I could get good information here.  What is your favorite/best antibiotic for wounds and bacterial infections?

Kristi ---  KBFarms, home to myself and my great husband, three retired thoroughbred racehorses, twelve dorper hair sheep, two great pyrenees, two yorkshire terriers, two rescue cats, one cockatiel, twentyfour assorted cuckoo marans, black copper marans, gold laced wyandottes, silver laced wyandottes, brown leghorns, gold stars, and easter eggers

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Kristi ---  KBFarms, home to myself and my great husband, three retired thoroughbred racehorses, twelve dorper hair sheep, two great pyrenees, two yorkshire terriers, two rescue cats, one cockatiel, twentyfour assorted cuckoo marans, black copper marans, gold laced wyandottes, silver laced wyandottes, brown leghorns, gold stars, and easter eggers

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I think Penicillin is good for wounds.  My personal favorite is LS-50 for anything infection other than respiratory.

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It depends on the wound you're treating and how infected it is.


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I used LS-50 for respratory and it worked great thumbsup

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Originally Posted by roachman 

I used LS-50 for respratory and it worked great thumbsup


I used LS-50 several times for bacterial infection.  It's actually 2 antibiotics in one, designed to cover as many bacteria as possible.  That's why I use it.

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