Maduramycin is a monovalent monoglycoside polyether ionophore that is a fermentation product of Actinomadura yumaense. Maduramicin has broad spectrum of activity against many species of coccidia such as; Eimeria acervulina, E.brunetti, E.acervulina, E.maxima, E.tenella, E.necatrix and E.mivati . Maduramicin act against extracellular sporozoites and merozoites by the formation of lipophilic complexes with alkali metal cations and transport these cations across biological membranes, because coccidia have no osmoregulatory organelles, this change in internal osmotic conditions damage the parasites. Maduramicin doesn’t adversely affect egg production or egg quality. Maduramicin is well tolerated when fed with tiamulin when administrated in the recommended dose .(*)
For use only in broiler chickens for prevention and control of coccidiosis caused by Eimeria acervulina, E.brunetti, E.acervulina, E.maxima, E.tenella, E.necatrix and E.mivati.
Each one kilo gram contains…………………………..11 gm maduramycin ammonium. Eq. to 10 gm Maduramycin base
• DOSAGE & ROUTE OF ADMINISTRATION
Route of administration: orally via feed.
For active ingredient:
Fed at rate of 5 PPM
(5 gm Maduramicin / ton of finished feed.)
For whole product :
500 gm Madurapharma / ton of finished feed .
• CONTRA –INDICATION
For broiler chicken only and should not be fed to other types of chicken.
• WITHDRAWAL PERIOD
• TARGET SPECIES
CHICKENS (Chicken, broilers not laying eggs for human consumption).
TURKEYS (Turkey, growing, not laying eggs for human consumption).
• SIDE EFFECTS
Non in the recommended dose
When feed at high dose at >6 PPM an adverse effect on feathering and growth may occur.
Stored at temperature not exceed 30 C˚.