Project Description

Enramycin 4%

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

  • To reduce plague caused by necrotic enteritis;

  • To reduce dampness of bedding

  • To reduce ammonia content in droppings/ livestock manure;

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


Each 1 kg contain:


Excipients   960 g


Pharmacological action

Enramycin is an excellent growth activator and improves efficiency of feed conversion with very low levels of dosage. The product is featured with a significant antibacterial effect in aerobic and anaerobic conditions against the bulk of gram-positive bacteria and directed action, first of all against Clostridium perfringens causing necrotic enteritis and growth inhibition in poultry.

Enramycin is a peptide type antibiotic. Maximum antibiotic absorption is recorded in infrared spectrum with 90% ethanol analysis with wave length of approximately 230 nm and 263 nm. It is dissolves in the temperature range between 225°С and 240°C. It is featured with very high antimicrobial activity against gram-positive bacteria and phytopathogenic bacteria and does not have ability to cross resistance with such known antibiotics as Tetracycline, Chloramphenicol, Erythromycin, Сеfaloridinum, Oleandomycin, Kanamycine, Streptomycin.


For poultry (including turkey)

Broilers (prestarter, starter, grower, finisher ration)            – 150 g/t

Laying hens (up to 8 weeks and above 8 weeks)                 –   150 g/t

For pigs:

Piglets (weaning and fattening)                  – 200 g/t

Pregnant, lactating sows                      – 300 g/t

For fish:

Fattening period                           –   80 g/t

Mixing instruction:

Ensure uniform dispersion of enramycin premix in feed by method of multi-stage mixing. Or add to combined feed through a commercially produced vitamin  and mineral premix.


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.