Poultry

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Information is exclusively for labeled use(s) of FDA-approved food animal drugs in the US.

 

Below is a list of approved combinations of poultry labels under the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD). Green buttons denote those medically important antibiotic drugs (MIADs). For information on extra-label drug use, click here.

Approved Combinations of Medically Important (VFD) Poultry Labels

can be fed with
Ethopabate
Virginiamycin

can be fed with
Monensin
Narasin
Narasin and Nicarbazin
Salinomycin

can be fed with
Amprolium and Ethopabate
Clopidol
Decoquinate
Monensin
Robenidine
Salinomycin

can be fed with
Chlortetracycline

can be fed with
Chlortetracycline
Lincomycin

can be fed with
Virginiamycin


No approved combinations

can be fed with
Amprolium and Chlortetracycline

can be fed with
Lincomycin


No approved combinations

can be fed with
Virginiamycin

can be fed with
Decoquinate
Halofuginone
Monensin
Robenidine
Salinomycin
Zoalene

can be fed with
Avilamycin
Chlortetracycline
Lincomycin Oxytetracycline 1
Virginiamycin
can be fed with
Avilamycin
Avilamycin and Nicarbazin

can be fed with
Oxytetracycline 1

can be fed with
Avilamycin and Narasin

can be fed with
Monensin
Neomycin
Robenidine
Salinomycin

can be fed with
Chlortetracycline
Lincomycin
Oxytetracycline 1

can be fed with
Chlortetracycline
Lincomycin
Oxytetracycline 1
Virginiamycin

can be fed with
Virginiamycin

can be fed with
Sulfadimethoxine

can be fed with
Ormetoprim

can be fed with
No approved combinations

can be fed with
Amprolium
Diclazuril
Lasalocid
Monensin
Salinomycin
Semduramicin

can be fed with
Lincomycin

 

 

 

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1 For use in dry animal feed only. Not for use in liquid feed supplements.