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  • 1 Animalytix® data, October 2016, Zoetis Services LLC.

    2 Data on file, Study Report Nos. MC013-06-AULA13, MC014-06-AULA13, MC015-06-AULA13, MC017-06-AULA13, Zoetis Services LLC.

    3 Reinhardt C. The effects of Cattlyst + Aureomycin vs Rumensin + Tylan in finishing cattle on feedlot performance, carcass traits, and incidence of liver abscesses: a pooled analysis of seven studies, Zoetis Services LLC.

    4 Cernicchiaro N, Corbin M, Quinn M, Prouty F, Branine M, Renter DG. Meta-analysis of the effects of laidlomycin propionate, fed alone or in combination with chlortetracycline, compared with monensin sodium, fed alone or in combination with tylosin, on growth performance, health, and carcass outcomes in finishing steers in North America. J Anim Sci. 2016;94(4):1662-1676.

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