MIRACLE~~~LA-200 Dosage AND VetRx for CRD treatment

LRadcliff

Hatching
Aug 26, 2020
8
9
8
It only affected my two EE out of 50 birds.
I’m not convinced it was MG or CRD.
Similar with mine, was my 2 EEs and 1 mixed. They did not have any nasal discharge, or eye goop or any of the other symptoms of many of these respiratory illnesses. Just the coughing/sneezing and wheezing, lethargic - standing around with their tails down. Whatever it was the LA 200 sorted it out very quickly.
 

killerdillard

Chirping
Sep 25, 2013
2
0
59
Salina, Kansas
I have one girl whos face swelled up on one side with stinky nasal discharge. She is an BCM hatched on 1 February 20 and she is the only bird of about 30 to present with swelling. I gave her the LA-200 injection of 0.3 cc in her left breast yesterday. I have the VetRX but misread the instructions so I have not rubbed any on her comb or put any in her water. I tried to lance this with an 18 gauge needle but nothing was released, it is very solid under her eye. There has been sporadic coughing and sneezing in the coop but this is the only one with swelling or discharge.
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Clifton sanders

Chirping
Dec 31, 2017
35
48
74
After hours of searching for the proper dosage for LA-200 a week ago, I have finally found an answer! After talking to a Auburn University Poultry Science professor I have found the TRUE dosage for LA-200 to treat gasping, gurgling, congestion, and other symptoms of CRD. Use .20 CC per pound (5lb chicken = 1CC). Inject into breast approx 1/4 inch deep ONCE. Do not inject another dose until day 3! This is a broad spectrum antibiotic that does not begin to dissipate until day 3. On day one, two, and three rub VetRx onto their combs and nostrils and addone ounce of VetRx to one gallon of their water which has to be "faucet hot" to be able to mix with the water. On day three give another dose of LA-200 according to the dosage above and do not give anymore! On days three thru six use the VetRx as used above both topically and in their water supply. Also during this time, put a heat lamp on them and keep them out of the wind. By day seven you should have healthy chickens. This worked miracles for mine who were deathly sick and lying on their sides wth CRD and I did not lose a single one! Follow these instructions precisely and IT WILL WORK FOR YOU!
Thanks for posting. This will be helpful to a lot of folks.
 

D Mcpeak

In the Brooder
Jan 23, 2021
5
15
21
I give my day. Old birds LS50 in their water for 7 days to help prevent problems related to CRD. I used to give it to my game chickens when conditioning them but it not approved for use in older birds used for human consumption.
 

angelikimarie

Songster
5 Years
Nov 5, 2015
160
28
136
Melbourne Fl
After hours of searching for the proper dosage for LA-200 a week ago, I have finally found an answer! After talking to a Auburn University Poultry Science professor I have found the TRUE dosage for LA-200 to treat gasping, gurgling, congestion, and other symptoms of CRD. Use .20 CC per pound (5lb chicken = 1CC). Inject into breast approx 1/4 inch deep ONCE. Do not inject another dose until day 3! This is a broad spectrum antibiotic that does not begin to dissipate until day 3. On day one, two, and three rub VetRx onto their combs and nostrils and addone ounce of VetRx to one gallon of their water which has to be "faucet hot" to be able to mix with the water. On day three give another dose of LA-200 according to the dosage above and do not give anymore! On days three thru six use the VetRx as used above both topically and in their water supply. Also during this time, put a heat lamp on them and keep them out of the wind. By day seven you should have healthy chickens. This worked miracles for mine who were deathly sick and lying on their sides wth CRD and I did not lose a single one! Follow these instructions precisely and IT WILL WORK FOR YOU!
What should I dose orally for my one hen who’s having breathing issues? It’s bio mycin 200
Please and thank you
 

Nendei

Songster
May 30, 2020
444
336
131
USA
What should I dose orally for my one hen who’s having breathing issues? It’s bio mycin 200
Please and thank you
Sadly, your birds will still carry the disease for life, spreading it through their feathers, dander, feces, respiratory secretions and other bodily fluids. These diseases are also chronic- meaning that the symptoms can go away, but then come back anytime, especially if stressed. Some of these respiratory diseases can also be passed from the infected parents to the offspring vertically through the egg to the developing embryo, making many chicks that happen to hatch, already infected with the disease. So with that being said, do NOT breed from your sickly infected flock to SELL to OTHERS.
 

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