By William A. Moats (Eds.)

content material: Antibiotics use in agriculture : an outline / Richard H. Gustafson --
healing use of antibiotics in livestock / G. Ziv --
Antibiotics in therapy of mastitis / W.D. Schultze --
Antibiotics in beekeeping / Robert J. Argauer --
Antibiotics as crop protectants / Arun okay. Misra --
tendencies within the use of fermentation items in agriculture / R.W. Burg --
merits and hazards of antibiotics use in agriculture / Virgil W. Hays --
importance of antibiotics in meals and feeds / Khem M. Shahani and Paul J. Whalen --
dangers to human overall healthiness from using antibiotics in animal feeds / Philip J. Frappaolo --
results of low degrees of antibiotics in farm animals feeds / Thomas H. Jukes --
Antibiotic residues in meals : regulatory features / Robert C. Livingston --
The U.S. division of Agriculture meat and chook antibiotic residue checking out application / Bernard Schwab and Jeffrey Brown --
Microbiological assay methods for antibiotic residues / Stanley E. Katz --
Physicochemical tools for picking out antibiotic residues in meals / William A. Moats --
Pharmacokinetics and residues of sulfadimidine and its N⁴-acetyl and hydroxy metabolites in food-producing animals / J.F.M. Nouws, T.B. Vree, R. Aerts, and J. Grondel.

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Use Terramycin as directed below. DUSTING DIRECTIONS: Use 1 l e v e l teaspoonful (200 mg) of Terramycin Soluble Powder (TSP®) per ounce of powdered sugar per colony, or 1 l b . TM-10® (Terramycin) per 2 l b s . powdered sugar, applying 1 ounce of this mixture per colony. Apply the dust on the outer parts or ends of the frames. Usually 3 dustings at 4-5 day intervals are required i n the spring and/or f a l l at least 4 weeks before the main honey flow to prevent contamination of marketable honey.

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