Flavomycin: Product Information

FLAVOMYCIN- bambermycins powder
Huvepharma, Inc.

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FLAVOMYCIN®

ANTIBIOTIC
Type A
Medicated Article
For increased rate of
weight gain and improved
feed efficiency
in broiler chickens,
growing-finishing
swine and growing
turkeys.
ACTIVE DRUG INGREDIENTS
Bambermycins 4 grams
per pound (8.8 grams
per kilogram)
INGREDIENTS
Roughage products and/or
calcium carbonate, dried
bambermycins fermentation
product, mineral oil.
MIXING DIRECTIONS
AND PERMITTED CLAIMS
ON REVERSE SIDE
FOR USE IN
MANUFACTURED
FEEDS ONLY
Not For Human Use
Restricted Drug (California) -
Use only as directed
Net Weight – 50 pounds
(22.68 kg)
Distributed by:
HUVEPHARMA, INC.
Peachtree City, GA 30269

MIXING DIRECTIONS AND PERMITTED CLAIMS

ANTIBIOTIC Type A Medicated Article

PERMITTED CLAIMS AND LIMITATIONS

SPECIES DRUG LEVEL/TON CLAIM(S) LIMITATIONS

Broiler Bambermycins 1-2 Grams* Increased rate None
Chickens of weight gain;
improved feed
efficiency
Growing- Bambermycins 2 Grams Increased rate None
Finishing of weight gain;
Swine improved feed
efficiency
Bambermycins 2-4 Grams* Increased rate
of weight gain

Growing Bambermycins 2 Grams Increased rate None
Turkeys of weight gain;
improved feed
efficiency
Bambermycins 1-2 Grams* Improved feed
efficiency

*Only a single level of bambermycins (i.e., 4 grams/ton bambermycins) can be indicated on a feed tag. A different feed tag
must be submitted for each level of bambermycins needed for your complete feeding program.

MIXING DIRECTIONS:

It is recommended that Flavomycin® 4 be diluted with a suitable grain carrier before addition to the final feed.
A dilution of 1 part of Flavomycin® 4 and 9 parts grain carrier is the suggested working premix. The table
below shows premix and working premix addition levels for various commonly used feeds:

FEED BAMBERMYCINS LEVEL POUNDS PREMIX/TON 1-9 WORKING PREMIX
FLAVOMYCIN® 4 (POUNDS/TON)

Broiler 1 gram/ton .25 2.50
Chickens 2 grams/ton .50 5.00

Growing- 2 grams/ton .50 5.00
Finishing 3 grams/ton .75 7.50
Swine 4 grams/ton 1.00 10.00

Growing 1 gram/ton .25 2.50
Turkeys 2 grams/ton .50 5.00

Thoroughly mix both working premix and finished feed to ensure complete and
uniform distribution of the Flavomycin®.

FEEDING DIRECTIONS:
Feed containing Flavomycin® should be fed continuously as the sole ration.

NADA # 44-759, Approved by FDA

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FLAVOMYCIN bambermycins powder
Product Information
Product Type OTC TYPE A MEDICATED ARTICLE ANIMAL DRUG Item Code (Source) NDC:23243-2060
Route of Administration ORAL DEA Schedule
Active Ingredient/Active Moiety
Ingredient Name Basis of Strength Strength
BAMBERMYCINS (BAMBERMYCINS) BAMBERMYCINS 8.8 g in 1 kg
Inactive Ingredients
Ingredient Name Strength
MINERAL OIL
CALCIUM CARBONATE
Product Characteristics
Color brown ((Off White to Tan)) Score
Shape Size
Flavor Imprint Code
Contains
Packaging
# Item Code Package Description Multilevel Packaging
1 NDC:23243-2060-5 22.68 kg in 1 BAG None
Marketing Information
Marketing Category Application Number or Monograph Citation Marketing Start Date Marketing End Date
NADA NADA044759 12/04/2012
Labeler — Huvepharma, Inc. (619153559)
Registrant — Huvepharma EOOD (552691651)
Establishment
Name Address ID/FEI Operations
Huvepharma, Inc. 883128204 manufacture, analysis, label, pack, medicated animal feed manufacture

Revised: 09/2019 Huvepharma, Inc.

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