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Wildlife Services Investigational New Animal Drugs (INADs)

Wildlife Services uses INADs as part of their programs to develop more effective techniques for managing wildlife. The current use patterns for these compounds are described below in the table by product:

INAD #

Product

Target Wildlife

Use Pattern

6602

Alpha-chloralose

Birds

Immobilizing agent

9528

Propiopromazine-hydrochloride

Coyotes, wolves

Tranquilizer trap device chemical agent

 

 

 

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Last Modified: January 26, 2011