STUDY PROTOCOL FOR AN AQUACULTURE INVESTIGATIONAL NEW ANIMAL DRUG (INAD) EXEMPTION FOR OXYTETRACYCLINE (TERRAMYCIN® 200 for Fish) MEDICATED FEED (INAD #9332)

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STUDY PROTOCOL FOR AN AQUACULTURE INVESTIGATIONAL NEW ANIMAL DRUG (INAD) EXEMPTION FOR OXYTETRACYCLINE (TERRAMYCIN® 200 for Fish) MEDICATED FEED (INAD #9332)

Terramycin 200® for fish is an aquaculture premix containing oxytetracycline dehydrate (OTC) and is available through Syndel USA. OTC medicated feed can be purchased from aquaculture feed mills. OTC medicated feed can be used to treat bacterial diseases or to apply a skeletal mark on the fish.

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