Robenidine hydrochloride (ROB) – Medicating Ingredient Brochure

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Status: Over the counter

Date of revision: July 2017

Table of approved species and claims
Approved livestock species Approved claim(s)
(abbreviated)Table note 1
Withdrawal time Name of approved brand(s)
Broiler chickens
  1. Aid in the prevention of coccidiosis
6 days (meat) Robenz Medicated Premix
Growing turkeys
  1. Aid in the prevention of coccidiosis
6 days (meat) Robenz Medicated Premix
Weaned and growing rabbits
  1. Aid in the prevention of coccidiosis
6 days (meat) Robenz Medicated Premix

Broiler chickens

Table of approved claims and brands
Approved claims Name of approved brand(s) Drug concentration in DIN product
Claim 1 Robenz Medicated Premix Robenidine hydrochloride 66 g/kg

Approved for use in meal or pellet feed

Claim 1

As an aid in the prevention of coccidiosis caused by Eimeria mitis, E. brunetti, E. tenella, E. acervulina, E. maxima, E. necatrix and E. praecox in broiler chickens.

Level of medicating ingredient in a complete feed

33 mg/kg (0.0033%) of robenidine hydrochloride in the complete feed.

Directions for use in a complete feed

Feed this medicated feed as the sole ration.

Warning

  1. Treated chickens must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 6 days after latest treatment with this medicated feed.
  2. Do not feed to laying hens, replacement chickens or breeding birds.
  3. Keep out of reach of children. (Required on premix and supplement labels only)

Caution

  1. Do not use this medicated feed for treatment of outbreaks of Coccidiosis.
  2. Consult a veterinarian or poultry pathologist if losses exceed 0.5% in a two-day period.
  3. Follow directions carefully.

Accepted Compatibilities

Nil

Growing turkeys

Table of approved claims and brands
Approved claims Name of approved brand(s) Drug concentration in DIN product
Claim 1 Robenz Medicated Premix Robenidine hydrochloride 66 g/kg

Approved for use in meal or pellet feed

Claim 1

As an aid in the prevention of Coccidiosis in turkeys caused by Eimeria adenoeides, E. meleagrimitis and E. gallopavonis in growing turkeys.

Level of medicating ingredient in a complete feed

33 mg/kg (0.0033%) of robenidine hydrochloride in the complete feed.

Directions for use in a complete feed

Feed this medicated feed continuously as the sole ration from one day old to eight weeks of age.

Warning

  1. Treated turkeys must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 6 days after the latest treatment with this medicated feed.
  2. Do not feed replacement turkeys or breeding birds.
  3. Keep out of reach of children. (Required on premix and supplement labels only)

Caution

  1. Do not use this medicated feed for treatment of outbreaks of Coccidiosis.
  2. Consult a veterinarian or a poultry pathologist if losses exceed 0.5% in a two-day period.
  3. Do not feed to turkeys over 8 weeks of age.
  4. Follow directions carefully.

Accepted Compatibilities

Nil

Weaned and growing rabbits

Table of approved claims and brands
Approved claims Name of approved brand(s) Drug concentration in DIN product
Claim 1 Robenz Medicated Premix Robenidine hydrochloride 66 g/kg

Approved for use in meal or pellet feed

Claim 1

As an aid in the prevention of coccidiosis caused by Eimeria magna, E. media and E. stiedae in weaned and growing rabbits.

Level of medicating ingredient in a complete feed

50 mg/kg (0.005%) of robenidine hydrochloride in the complete feed.

Directions for use in a complete feed

Feed continuously as the sole pelleted ration.

Warning

  1. Treated rabbits must not be slaughtered for use in food for at least 6 days after the latest treatment with this medicated feed.
  2. Keep out of reach of children. (Required on premix and supplement labels only)

Caution

  1. Do not feed to breeding rabbits or pregnant does.
  2. Do not use this feed for treatment of outbreaks of Coccidiosis.
  3. Consult a veterinarian or veterinary pathologist if losses exceed 0.5% in a two-day period.
  4. Follow directions carefully.

Accepted Compatibilities

Nil

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