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Denagard® (tiamulin hydrogen fumarate)

Reduce the impact of two costly enteric diseases
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Hemicell® (β-mannanase)

β-Mannans: the problem component in soybean meal
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Kavault® (Avilamycin)

Reduce the incidence and overall severity of E. coli scours
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Paylean® (Ractopamine hydrochloride)

The choice for improved late-finishing performance and profitability

Prevacent® PRRS

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Pulmotil® (tilmicosin)

Control respiratory disease associated with Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae or Pasteurella multocida
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Pulmotil® AC (tilmicosin phosphate)

Go with the flow to help control swine respiratory disease (SRD)*
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Skycis® (Narasin)

Ionophores: Innovation for a productive future
Tylan® Injection

Tylan® Injection

Effective at treating swine arthritis* in valuable breeding animals and finishers
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Tylan® Premix (Tylosin phosphate)

Proven control of ileitis* for dependable, reliable results

Tylan® Soluble (Tylosin tartrate)

Effective control of ileitis

Tylan® Soluble (Tylosin tartrate)

Effective control of ileitis

Pork producers rely on Tylan Soluble (tylosin tartrate) to manage ileitis, the No. 1 enteric disease in the U.S.1 Tylan Soluble accumulates in the cells of the swine intestinal lining where the infection occurs2 to inhibit the growth of Lawsonia intracellularis (the causative agent of ileitis3). Lawsonia impairs the ability of cells to develop properly, which can reduce the pig’s ability to absorb nutrients. Tylan Soluble, which is mixed into drinking water for swine, offers effective control of porcine proliferative enteropathies (PPE, ileitis) associated with Lawsonia intracellularis when followed immediately by Tylan Type A Premix in complete feed.

Those are a few of the reasons pork producers have trusted the Tylan name since 1961.


Tylan® Soluble

See label for complete safety and use information.

1. Doane Marketing Research Inc. 2003. “Focusing on Swine Ileitis."" St. Louis, Mo.

2. Elanco Animal Health. Data on File.

3. Paradis, M. et al. 2005. “Subclinical ileitis produced by sequential dilutions of Lawsonia intracellularis in a mucosal homogenate challenge model."" Proc. AASV: 189-192.

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