Monotec 100 microGranulate

Monotec 100 microGranulate

Contains 100 g / kg monensin for multi-species use

Features

  • Proven and highly effective ionophore
  • Superior microGranulate form of premix, suitable for inclusion into feed where adequate mixing is available

  • Produced by leading manufacturer Huvepharma
  • Extensive research validating NZ label claims

  • Prevention and control of Coccidiosis
  • Reduced Bloat
  • Aids in the control of Ketosis
  • Increased milk protein production in dairy cows

Benefits

  • Prevents and controls coccidiosis in poultry, cattle, sheep and goats
  • Reduced dust in premix and feedmilling, and improved uniformity throughout feed
  • Highest quality European product
  • The most effective rumen modifier for NZ dairy cattle
  • Excellent return on investment

Description

Monensin 100g/kg microgranulate premix as monensin sodium

Pack Sizes

Available in 25kg bags

Action

Monensin is a monovalent ionophore that increases milk protein production in cows by increasing the ratio of proportionate to acetate and butyrate produced by the rumen microflora.
Monensin is also a coccidiostat that assists in the prevention and control of coccidiosis in poultry and ruminants. 

Indication

Dairy Cattle: For increased milk production, aids in the control of ketosis, aids in the reduction of bloat, helps prevent and control coccidiosis caused by Eimeria bovis and E. zuernii
Beef Cattle: Aids in the reduction of bloat, helps prevent and control coccidiosis caused by E. bovis and E. zuernii.
Replacement Heifers: Aids in the reduction of bloat, helps prevent and control coccidiosis caused by E. bovis and E. zuernii.
Sheep: Aids in the control of coccidiosis caused by E. ninakohlyakimovae, E. ahsata, E. faurei, E. parva, E. intricata and E. pallida.
Goats: Aids in the control of coccidiosis caused by E. arloingi.
Broiler and Replacement Layer Chickens: Aids in the prevention of coccidiosis caused by E. acervulina, E. brunetti, E. maxima, E. mivati, E. necatrix and E. tenella.
Growing Turkeys: Aids in the prevention of coccidiosis caused by E. adenoides, E. gallopavonis and E. meleagrimitis.

Dosage

Mix thoroughly in feed before use. Convert all rations, including dry feeds, silage and wet feeds, to a 90% dry matter basis before calculating the rate of addition of the premix.
Dairy Cows:
Supplements: Mix thoroughly into the supplement to provide 300mg monensin/animal/day when the supplement is fed at its recommended rate, or 3g of premix/animal/day. Mix into not less than 0.5kg feed.

Supplement (kg/head/day)Premix addition rate (kg/tonne)
13
2.01.5
3.01

Calves:
Supplements: Mix thoroughly into the supplement at a rate of 1kg premix/tonne of feed. This is equivalent to 100ppm (mg/kg) monensin in the supplement, or 1g of premix/animal/day when supplement is fed at 1kg/calf/day.
Beef Calves, Beef Cows, Replacement Heifers:
Supplements: Mix thoroughly into the supplement to provide 200mg monensin/animal/day when the supplement is fed at its recommended rate. This is equivalent to 2g premix/animal/day.

Supplement (kg/head/day)Premix addition rate (kg/tonne)
0.54
1.02
2.01

Feedlot Cattle:
Complete Feeds: Mix thoroughly into the ration at a rate of 0.10 - 0.33kg premix/tonne of final feed. This is equivalent to 10 - 33ppm (mg/kg) monensin in the final feed.
Supplements: Mix thoroughly into the supplement to provide 50 - 360mg monensin/animal/day when the supplement is fed at its recommended rate. This is equivalent to providing 0.5 - 3.6g premix/animal/day.
Sheep and Goats:
Complete Feeds: Mix thoroughly into the ration at a rate of 0.05 - 0.2kg premix/tonne of final feed. This is equivalent to 5 - 20ppm (mg/kg) monensin in the final feed.
Supplements: Mix thoroughly into the supplement to provide 7.5 - 40mg monensin/animal/day when the supplement is fed at its recommended rate. This is equivalent to providing 0.075 - 0.4g premix/animal/day.
Example: To provide a monensin intake of 30mg/head/day.

Supplement (kg/head/day)Premix addition rate (kg/tonne)
0.13
0.21.5
0.31

Broiler and Replacement Layer Chickens: Mix 1.0 - 1.2kg of premix thoroughly into feed. This is equivalent to 100 - 120g monensin/tonne of complete feed. Feed continuously as the only ration. May be fed up to the point of laying.
Growing Turkeys: Mix 0.6 - 1.0kg of premix thoroughly into feed. This is equivalent to 60 - 100g monensin/tonne of complete feed. Feed continuously as the only ration until 16 weeks of age.

Contraindication

Poultry or cattle consuming monensin should not be treated with products containing erythromycin, tiamulin or oleandomycin as these may cause severe growth depression.

Withholding times

Cattle: Meat: Nil     Milk: Nil
Sheep and Goats: Meat: Nil     Milk: Milk intended for human consumption must be discarded during treatment, and for not less than 35 days following the last treatment.
Poultry: Meat:  Nil. Eggs from treated birds must not be sold for human consumption for 10 days following the last treatment.

Special Precautions

Do not allow use on horses or dogs as fatal toxicosis may result.

Human First Aid, Symptoms of Poisoning

Monotec 100 SDS

Other

Store below 25°C. Protect from direct sunlight. Store in its original container in a dry, well-ventilated area.
Restricted Veterinary Medicine, ACVM Registration Number A10036