Egg withdrawal doxycycline and Fluconazole?

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by Relleoms, Feb 13, 2018 at 8:12 PM.

  1. Relleoms

    Relleoms Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I found this article regarding the egg withdrawal for doxycycline in laying hens, but am I reading it correctly-14 day egg withdrawal?
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25876457/

    Any idea how long for Fluconazole?

    Thanks!
     
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  2. Folly's place

    Folly's place Chicken Obsessed

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    Neither drug is now approved for use in laying hens; you can look it all up on the FARAD.org website. Chlortetracycline is approved, the only tetracycline drug mentioned.
    I didn't see any 'conazoles' listed at all.
    Mary
     
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  3. Relleoms

    Relleoms Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Thank you!
    When you say “now” approves, does that mean it formerly was approved, or that it has not been approved ever?

    I’m curious why my vet would prescribe these meds if not approved, however, I’m not confident my girl will lay again if she even survives.
     
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    Folly's place Chicken Obsessed

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    Things change; more tetracyclines were approved in years gone by, but because of concerns about drug residues in our food supply, more restrictions are now in place.
    Egg yolks in the hen store products very well, sometimes too well!
    So sorry that your bird is ill!
    I've used products in the past that are no longer 'kosher', it's a moving landscape.
    Products used in pets aren't the same as what can be used in livestock, and chickens are classed as livestock.
    Mary
     
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  5. orrpeople

    orrpeople Learning... by making mistakes. Premium Member

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    @casportpony will probably have some updated info on this - I have been chasing around info on antibiotics for the last 24 hours and she has been ever so helpful. :)
     
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  6. casportpony

    casportpony Team Tube Feeding Captain & Poop Inspector General Premium Member Project Manager

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    Sorry your hen is sick. :hugs Your vet prescribed those drugs because he/she is trying to save the life of your chicken. Don't worry about the withdrawal time yet, just focus on getting you hen better. When the time comes, have your vet contact FARAD for egg withdrawal times.
    http://cafarad.ucdavis.edu/farmweb/index.aspx
     
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    orrpeople Learning... by making mistakes. Premium Member

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    Bookmarking this.
     
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