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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by kimkim, Oct 1, 2013.
I stopped giving it on Friday, when can I eat the eggs again?
The product manufacturer says not to use on chickens producing eggs for human consumption, so there is no official answer. Places like My Pet Chicken that sell it say to ask your vet and that most vets will say to toss eggs during treatment and for ten days afterward.
Ok, thanks. Is there a better antibiotic than this that I can use, if there is a next time?
Well, if by "better" you mean more effective, I would recommend Tylan50 or Tylan200. Both come in an oral powdered form and in an injectable form. They're especially good for treating respiratory diseases. I'm not sure about the withdrawal period for Tylan, though.
I agree with Bantamlover21. If you want a stronger, faster-acting antbiotic, I think that Tylan50 would work great. It is a great antibiotic for respiratory diseases especially. Tylan200 isn't quite as good because it is given to chickens in very small doses, which can be harder to measure.
If you are talking withdrawal time, same thing again, the product manufacturer says not to use on chickens producing eggs for human consumption, so there is no official answer. Places like My Pet Chicken that sell it say to ask your vet.
is the EMEAs report on Tylosin.
Yes, I was talking about withdrawal time mainly, but also a better antibiotic in general too. Thanks everyone.