Project Description

Avilamycin 10%

  • To treat and prevent enteritis of bacterial origin in poultry, pigs and rabbits caused by Clostridium perfringens and other gram-positive bacteria inhabiting the gastrointestinal tract;

  • To reduce plague caused by necrotic enteritis;

  • To improve feed efficiency in poultry, pigs and fish.


Each 1 kg contain:


Excipients   900 g


Pharmacological action

Avilamycin – oligosaccharide antibiotic. It exerts its antimicrobial effect by inhibiting protein synthesis of susceptible organisms. The spectrum of activity is primarily against Gram-positive bacteria (e.g. Clostridium perfringens, Streptococcus spp., Staphylococcus spp.) Avilamycin does not transfer cross-resistance to other micro-organisms. In addition, Avilamycin has an indirect effect on Escherichia coli, which can affect the adhesion of bacterial flagella and bacteria, and inhibit bacterial adhesion to the surface of host mucosal cells and inhibit the infection of bacteria, thereby inhibiting the infection of disease.

Indications for use:

For the treatment of bacterial enteritis in chickens and replacements caused by microorganisms susceptible to avilamycin.


Peroral administration via feed at the dose of 10 g avilamycin per 1 ton of feed during first 2 weeks of life, dose for the treatment against necrotic enteritis is - 20 g avilamycin per 1 ton of feed during 7 days.


Susceptibility to avilamycin. Don’t use the product for replacement chickens.

Overdose (symptoms, emergency procedures, antidotes)

The prolonged administration of avilamycin at levels of up to 300 times the maximum proposed use level for chickens did not result in adverse clinical or toxicological effects.



Store under dry conditions below 25ºC.

Expiry date is 2 (two) years after date of manufacture.


25 kg bags: Inner lining is made of polyethylene; outer layer is made of 3-ply paper.