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Chick Starter Crumble with Coccidiostat

A complete feed for young chickens providing nutrients essential for lean growth and skeletal development

NRM Chick Starter Crumble is a balanced feed designed to promote early bone, frame and feather development, rapid muscle deposition and a high health status in young chickens.

Feeding recommendation

Feed NRM Chick Starter ad-lib from day old for up to eight weeks. Always ensure birds have access to clean, fresh water.

Ingredients selected from

Grain and grain by-products, plant proteins, vegetable oils, animal fats, enzymes, amino acids, limestone, mono – or di-calcium phosphate, salt, sodium bicarbonate, vitamins, trace minerals, organic acids and plant extracts and coccidiostat.

Storage

Please ensure product is stored in a cool, dry and vermin free environment.

Caution: Do not allow dogs, horses or other equids or camelids access to feeds containing monensin. Ingestion by dogs and horses may be fatal.

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Typical analysis (approximate on an as fed basis

Crude Protein19%

Chick Starter Crumble with Rumensin 20% Millmix

FOR ANIMAL TREATMENT ONLY

INDICATIONS: Contains 100mg/kg Monensin Sodium as 500mg/kg Rumensin 20% Millmix A9107 as an aid in the control of coccidiosis caused by Eimeria acervulina, E. brunetti, E. maxima, E. mivati, E. necatrix and E. tenella.

CONTRAINDICATIONS: Poultry consuming Rumensin 20% Millmix should not be treated with products containing tiamulin or oleandomycin. Severe growth depression may occur.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD

Meat Chickens
Meat: Nil.

Replacement pullets
Meat: Nil

Eggs: 10 days.

By law the user must take due care, obtaining expert advice when necessary, to avoid unnecessary pain and distress when using the product other than as directed on the label.

Rumensin 20% Millmix is registered pursuant to the ACVM Act, 1997. ACVM Number A9107. See www.nzfsa.govt.nz/acvm for registration conditions.

It is an offence for users of this product to cause residues exceeding the relevant MRL in the New Zealand (Maximum Residue Limits of Agricultural Compounds) Food Standards.