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SUPADOX™50 – registered for use in feed and in water to medicate birds against bacteria sensitive to Doxycycline.

SUPADOX™50 is the ONLY registered product available on the market for poultry that can be used both in-feed AND in-water. It is indicated for the treatment of bacteria sensitive to Doxycycline as well as Mycoplasma.

SUPADOX™50 contains 500 mg Doxycycline as 541.02 mg Doxycycline Hydrochloride per gram of Supadox™ 50. Hydrochloride facilitates the absorption in the gastrointestinal tract. Supadox™ 50 works effectively against Doxycycline sensitive pathogens.

The withdrawal time of Supadox™ 50 is 5 days for both in-feed and in-water application.

SUPADOX™50 is available in 500 g containers and 25 kg bags.




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We employ approximately 50 staff which includes veterinarians, pharmacists, veterinary nurses, veterinary technicians and pharmacy assistants.


Tel: +27 (0)87 150 5925

Fax: +27 (0)86 692 4049

Corner Douglas and Old Pretoria Road, Midrand, South Africa

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