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Indications Appropriate Concentration of Ractopamine in Type C Medicated FeedBased on 90% Dry Matter Basis Ractopamine (mg/hd/d) Increased Rate of Weight Gain, and Improved Feed Efficiency 8.2 to 24.6 g/ton (9 to 27 ppm) 70-430 Increased Rate of Weight Gain, Improved Feed Efficiency, and Increased Carcass Leanness 9.8 to 24.6 g/ton (11 to 27 ppm) 90-430 Carcass Measurements Effect of RactopamineThe effect of ractopamine on parameters listed in this table is supported by data generated at the doses tested in the clinical field efficacy trials. 8.2 grams/ton (9 ppm) 16.4 grams/ton (18 ppm) 24.6 grams/ton (27 ppm) NC= No Change, ↑= increased, ↓ = decreased Hot Carcass Weight, lbs ↑ ↑ ↑ Dressing Percentage, % NC ↑Steers Only ↑ Carcass Percent Fat, % NC ↓ ↓ 12th Rib Fat Thickness, in. NC NC NC Average Rib Eye Area, sq. in. ↑ ↑ ↑ USDA Yield Grade NC NC ↓Reduction indicates an improvement in USDA Yield Grade. Marbling Score NC NC NC Rate of Carcass Lean Gain per Day NC ↑ ↑ Efficiency of Carcass Lean Gain per Day NC ↑ ↑
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Indications Appropriate Concentration of Ractopamine in Type C Medicated FeedBased on 90% Dry Matter Basis Ractopamine (mg/hd/d) Increased Rate of Weight Gain and Improved Feed Efficiency Appropriate Concentration of Ractopamine in a minimum of 1.0 lb Top Dressed Type C Medicated Feed (maximum of 800 g/ton) 70-400Inert Ingredients: Ground corncobs.