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high content multivitamin bolus for cattle sheep dairy cow camal

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There are 12 kinds of vitamins related to sheep. Because the microorganisms in the rumen can synthesize various B vitamins and vitamin K, except for a few young lambs that need to be supplemented like monogastric animals, they generally do not need to be added to their diets. 


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GINVITA Bolus

Multivitamin + Minerals Tablet

For Veterinary Use Only

COMPOSITION:

Each 18g contains

Vit A ………………….100,000IU Vit D3…………………..50,000IU
Vit E…………………..100mg Vit B1 …………………..50mg
Vit B2………………….20mg Vit B6 ……………………50mg
VitB12…………………500μg Vit C………………………100mg
Vit K3 …………………10mg Folic Acid…………….. 10mg
Biotin ………………….1mg Choline chloride………100mg
Ca-pantothenate….50mg Nicotinamide………….100mg
Manganese sulphate…15mg Magnesium sulphate…25mg
Zinc sulphate…………30mg Iron sulphate……………30mg
Potassium Chloride…50mg  Copper Sulphate………5mg
Selenium………………100μg Calcium…………………..9%
Phosphorus…………….7%

INDICATIONS:

Improve performance of growth and fertility

In case deficiency of vitamins minerals and trace element

When change feeding habits

Help animals recovery during disease convalescence

In addition during treatment or prevention of parasite disease.

Improve immunity and anti-stress ability

Due to its high content of vitamins iron trace element , it helps animals to combat anemia and accelerate its recovery.

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:

For oral administration

Camel: Young 4 tablets Prevention 4 tablets

Treatment 8 tablets

Cattle, Buffalo equine swine: Young 3 tablets prevention 3 tablets

Treatment 5 tablets.

Sheep goats: Young 1 tablet , prevention 1 tablet treatment 3 tablets

Others dosage please inquiry your veterinarian.

WITHDRAWAL PERIOD: None

STORAGE: Store in a dry, dark place below 30℃. Keep it away from children.

PACKING: 40 or 50 tablets per box 20box per carton

VALIDITY: 2 years

What vitamins do sheep and goats need?

There are 12 kinds of vitamins related to sheep. Because the microorganisms in the rumen can synthesize various B vitamins and vitamin K, except for a few young lambs that need to be supplemented like monogastric animals, they generally do not need to be added to their diets. These substances. Therefore, three types of vitamin A, D and E are mainly needed as vitamin additives.

(1) Vitamin A: The main function is to maintain normal vision, promote cell proliferation and normal activity of organ epithelial cells, participate in the synthesis of mucopolysaccharides in the interstitial tissue, and contribute to the formation of sex hormones, protein synthesis, bone development, and fertilized egg implantation and embryos. Development and so on have a role. Research in recent years has shown that it can also improve immunity and enhance resistance to infectious diseases and parasitic diseases. When vitamin A is deficient, night blindness or dry eye disease, poor growth and development, hindered reproductive function, poor semen quality of rams, and low conception rate of ewes will occur. Vitamin A only exists in animals, that is, it is only contained in animal feeds such as fish meal and blood meal. There is no vitamin A in plant feeds, but grass, silage and carrots are rich in carotene, which can be converted into vitamins under the action of enzymes. A. It can be seen that sheep do not need supplementary feeding during the season of green grass, only supplementary production and feeding methods are needed in the winter and spring withered grass season. One is to provide carotene-rich feed, such as acerola powder, sprouted grains, high-quality green hay and carrots; The second is to feed cod liver oil; the third is to use vitamin A acetate or vitamin A acetate, etc., either orally or by injection.

(2) Vitamin D: It can regulate the concentration of calcium and phosphorus in the blood, promote the absorption and deposition of calcium and phosphorus, help bone growth, and enhance the intestinal absorption capacity of calcium and phosphorus. Vitamin D deficiency can cause calcium and phosphorus metabolic dysfunction, weak physique, breakdown, young sheep suffering from chondrosis, adult sheep osteoporosis, joint deformation, shortened lactation period of dairy sheep, paralysis of high-yielding dairy sheep, etc. Animal feed is rich in vitamin D, and green feed has high ergosterol content. After sunlight or ultraviolet radiation, ergosterol can be converted into vitamin D2 and D3. Naturally dried green hay is an important source of vitamin D for sheep. Grass-fed livestock such as sheep and cattle can use vitamin D2 and D3 to supplement vitamin D, which is different from that poultry can only use synthetic vitamin D3 additives.

(3) Vitamin E: It is also called tocopherol. It mainly plays a role of antioxidant and catalysis, and is an effective antioxidant. It cooperates with selenium to protect a variety of unsaturated fatty acids, thereby maintaining the normal lipid structure of cell membranes, regulating carbohydrate metabolism, maintaining normal muscle activity, and playing an important role in the maintenance of reproductive functions. When vitamin E is deficient, myocardium and skeletal muscles degenerate and even dyskinesias occur, which are more common in lambs; liver necrosis, gastric ulcer, ram testicular dysplasia, low conception rate of ewes, and impaired fertility and reproductive functions. Vitamin E is contained in most plant feeds, most in the embryos of grain seeds, more in young green feeds and bran drums, but not much in hay and animal feeds. Vitamin E is easily destroyed by oxidation during feed processing. Vitamin E additives mainly use DL-a-tocopherol acetate products, 1 mg is 1 international unit (0IU) of vitamin E.


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