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Research on cattle safety

More than 65 animal safety and well-being studies and observations – evaluating 182,555 cattle – confirm Zilmax has no negative effect on animal well-being.1,10-20

University experts looked at key indicators of an animal’s health and well-being. They found, when used properly along with good animal care practices, Zilmax has no negative impact on:

  • Mobility
  • Behavior and temperament
  • Pain and stress
  • Physiology (heart rate, body temperature,
    blood chemistry and pathology of organs)
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Answers About Zilmax®

Zilmax has a withdrawal period 3 days prior to slaughter. Not for use in animals intended for breeding. Do not allow horses or other equines access to feed containing zilpaterol. Do not use in veal calves. Not to be fed to cattle in excess of 90 mg zilpaterol/head/day in complete feed. If pen consumption of complete feed exceeds 26.5 lb/head/day (90% dry matter basis), zilpaterol should not be fed in complete feed.

For complete safety information, please refer to the product label.