Gallimycin

1clicc

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Anyone know if we could still get Gallimycin 100 injection? I've been looking online for a good few hours now and have not came across any available source. Anyone know of a place where we could possibly be able to purchase it? Thanks fellas.
 

1clicc

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Yeah, thats what I notice too. I could fine the powder but not the injectable.
 

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1clicc

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Yes I've seen that site. I haven't tried calling them but I did email them haven't had a response yet.
 

1clicc

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Well, I have been reading lots of good review about it being one of the best antibiotics for BRD and Coryza so I'd just thought I might give a try. I've use tylan50 and la200 with success but I just don't like tylan50 for leaving burn skin on my chicken, thats all. I notice you have great experience with chicken health and midical what do you think, is it worth getting it?
 

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Well, I have been reading lots of good review about it being one of the best antibiotics for BRD and Coryza so I'd just thought I might give a try. I've use tylan50 and la200 with success but I just don't like tylan50 for leaving burn skin on my chicken, thats all. I notice you have great experience with chicken health and midical what do you think, is it worth getting it?


I noticed the same thing with Tylan the one time I used it... it caused a nasty, necrotic spot in the muscle, so I won't use it by injection again.

Gotta be honest and say that I know nothing about Gallimycin, but am curious, so will look into it. Keep in mind that I have no medical training, but will post back here if I find any good info.

Do you have a vet that you can work with? It's okay if you don't, but if you do, talk to them about what sort of antibiotics would be good to have.

-Kathy
 

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