Major Species

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The Veterinarian's Guide to Residue Avoidance Management
Chicken are considered major species in the United States. Chicken are bred for their meat and eggs. Certain drugs are not for use in birds laying eggs intended for human consumption and are labeled as such.


Select the sub-group:

Laying hen classes:
Not for hens laying eggs for human consumption:

*You are required to enter a Trade name or active ingredient with these groups.
Enter a Trade name or active ingredient: Five (5) or more letters

How to search "Chicken"

Select one of the sub-groups of chicken. Those marked with a red asterisk (*) require you to enter a Trade name or active ingredient as well, in order to expedite your search.

Always consult the latest manufacturer's label before using any drug.

For information on extra-label drug use, click here.