Important Information! Effective January 1, 2017: Many of the medications currently being used in both bulk rations and mineral will be transitioning from Over the Counter (OTC) or Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) status.
After January 1st 2017, we will be unable to sell you any of the following medications until you are able to obtain a VFD from a licensed veterinarian in your state.
Drugs Transitioning From OTC to VFD Status
Chlortetracycline (eg: CTC, Aureomycin, Chloratet, Pennchlor)
Chlortetracycline/Sulfamethazine (eg: AS700, Aureo S, Pennchlor S)
Hyromycin B (eg: Hygromix)
Licomycin (eg: Lincomix)
Oxytetracycline (eg: Terramycin, Pennox)
Oxytetracycline (eg: Neo-Oxy)
Penicillin+ (eg: Penicillin G Procaine)
Sulfadimethoxine/Ormetoprim (eg: Rofenaid)
Tylosin (eg: Tylan, Tylosin)
Tylosin/Sulfamethazine (eg: Tylan Sulfa G)
Virginiamycin (eg: Stafac, V-Max)
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Where Performance is an Ingredient
If you have any questions, please contact us locally at 573-204-1227 or toll free at 866-892-1227 or call your local vet.
Call us Locally at 573-204-1227
or Toll Free 866-892-1227
Important VFD Information
If you have any of these medications in your current ration, the medication in the ration will be dropped as of January 1, 2017 until you are able to obtain a VFD from your vet. You will also be unable to purchase mineral medicated with CTC until you obtain a legal VFD. Medications in show pig bagged feeds will be changed to OTC drugs in 2017.
This law will affect ALL feed stores, not just Performance Blenders!