Maintaining the integrity of the intestinal tract is one of the key drivers of bird health, processing efficiency and food safety. A healthy digestive tract is one of the primary drivers of bird performance and profitability. Ideal for rotation programs, particularly during winter, Rumensin™ aids in the prevention of coccidiosis and helps to provide long-lasting value and consistent economic performance in broilers.
Important Safety Information
Always read, understand, and follow label directions.
Cattle: Meat and milk: NIL Sheep and Goats: Meat: NIL. Milk: DO NOT USE Rumensin™ in sheep and goats which are producing or may in the future produce milk where milk or milk products may be used for human consumption. Chickens: Meat: NIL. Eggs: DO NOT USE in chickens producing eggs.
Export Slaughter Interval
CATTLE: This product does not have an ESI established. For advice on the ESI, contact Elanco Animal Health (Australia) on 1800 226 324 before using this product.
Directions for Use
DO NOT USE in chickens producing eggs. DO NOT USE Rumensin in sheep or goats producing milk or milk products for human consumption.
Dogs, horses and other equines must not be allowed access to feeds containing Rumensin™. Ingestion of Rumensin™ may be fatal in these species.
Do not exceed recommended levels of Rumensin™. Excessively high levels due to mixing errors can cause reduced feed intake, poor growth and diarrhoea, and death. Responses to Rumensin™ are unlikely if nutrient intake is significantly restricted.
Poultry consuming monensin sodium should not be treated with tiamulin. Severe growth depression or death may occur.
IMPORTANT: Rumensin™ should be thoroughly mixed with the other feed components and care should be taken in transporting mixed feed to prevent settling.
CHICKENS (Broilers and Replacement Pullets)
monensin ppm in feed2
1 Calculated on a 90% dry matter basis. Rations containing silage or other wet feeds should be corrected to a 90% dry matter basis for calculation of the appropriate monensin dosage.
2 ppm = parts per million which is equivalent to mg/kg.