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Withdrawal Periods
Withdrawal Periods
Company
Product
Cattle
Milk
Cattle
Meat
Sheep
Meat
Pigs
Meat
Poulty
Meat
Poultry
Eggs
Fish
Meat
Notes
Zero hours
Zero days
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Do not use in horses intended for human consumption
48 hours
5 days
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3 days
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4 days
8 days
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2 days
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2 days
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2 days
see notes
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Not authorised for use in laying birds producing eggs for human consumption. Chickens: Do not use within 14 days of onset of laying.Turkeys: Do not use within 21 days of the onset of laying.
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2 days
see notes
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Do not release pheasants for at least two days after the end of medication. Not authorised for use in laying birds producing eggs for human consumption.
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1 day
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60 hours
14 days
5 days
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Not to be used in sheep producing milk for human consumption
60 hours
14 days
5 days
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Not to be used in sheep producing milk for human consumption
60 hours
14 days
5 days
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Not for use in sheep producing milk for human consumption
60 hours
14 days
5 days
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Not for use in sheep producing milk for human consumption
24 hours
10 days
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20 days
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3 days
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Not for use in sheep producing milk for human consumption
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Zero Days
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9 days
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Horse: Meat - zero days; Milk - zero hours.
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60 days
60 days
60 days
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Not to be used in animals producing milk for human consumption
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1 day
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Turkeys: 5 days; Ducks: 9 days. Not for use in birds producing eggs for human consumption.
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2 days
1 day
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Turkeys: 5 days; Ducks: 9 days. Not for use in birds producing eggs for human consumption.
24 hours
18 days
10 days
16 days
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Not for use in sheep producing milk for human consumption
79 hours
23 days
16 days
16 days
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Not for use in sheep producing milk for human consumption
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5° days
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Horse: Meat and offal - 1 day; Milk - 1 day
See notes
28 days
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Not for use in lactating animals producing milk for human consumption. Do not use in non-lactating dairy cows including pregnant dairy heifers within 60 days prior to calving.
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10 days
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Do not use in lactating sheep producing milk for human consumption. Sheep must not be treated within 60 days prior to the commencement of lactation, if milk is to be used for human consumption.
See notes
49 days
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28 days
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Do not use in lactating cows producing milk for human consumption. Do not use in cattle producing milk for human consumption or in dairy cows within 60 days prior to calving.
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Meat and offal: 34 days. Do not use in mares producing milk for human consumption.
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Do not use on animals intended for human consumption.
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Do not use on animals intended for human consumption.
See notes
66 days
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Do not use in cattle producing milk for human consumption. Do not use in non-lactating dairy cows including pregnant heifers within 60 days of calving.
864 hours
70 days
42 days
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If Apotil is administered to cows during the dry period or to pregnant dairy heifers, milk should not be used for human consumption until 36 days after calving. If it is administered to ewes during the dry period or to pregnant ewes, milk should not be used for human consumption until 18 days after lambing.
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14 days
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28 days
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14 days
7 days
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Not for use in laying poultry
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1 day
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n/a Do not use in animals intended for human consumption
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720° days
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Zero degree days
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Zero degree days
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Zero degree days
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10 days
2 days
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Ducks (meat): 4 days. Eggs: chickens, turkeys and ducks: eggs of treated animals should not be used for human consumption.
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10 days
2 days
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Ducks (meat): 4 days. Not to be used in laying birds producing eggs for human consumption
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6 months
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8 months
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5 days
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Turkeys, pheasants, guinea fowl, quails and partridges: 5 days
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Zero days
Zero days
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10° days
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  Date updated: 2 October 2006