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Ranges: Supportive Treatment, Vitamins & Minerals

Species: Cattle, Goats, Horse, Pigs, Sheep

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An aid in the treatment of all forms of scours in farm animals to prevent dehydration and the loss of essential minerals and energy.



COMPOSITION: Sodium chloride 2,0 %, potassium chloride 2,6 %, citric acid 3,1 %,potassium phosphate 2,3 %, glucose 90 %, vitamin A 100 000 IU per 250 g.

Dosage and directions for use: The general rule should be to take the youngsters off milk and substitute Replensol solution fed at body heat. The energy, minerals and fluid provided in the Replensol solution closely resemble the constituents of milk and Replensol may be fed instead of milk for as long as five days.

Directions for use:  Dissolve 250 g of Replensol in 4,5 litres of lukewarm water.


Adult cattle and horses: Dose 15 - 20 litres through stomach tube, or offer instead of drinking water.

Calves and foals: Dose 1 litre every 4 hours, or offer from bottle with teat.

Pigs: Offer instead of drinking water.

Adult sheep:  Dose 1 litre every 4 hours through stomach tube.

Lambs: Offer 100 - 250 ml every 4 hours from bottle with teat.

Presentation: Replensol is available in packs containing 4 x 250 g.

Storage instructions: Store in a cool, dry place.

Reference numbers:

South Africa: G0550 (Act 36/1947)

Namibia: N-SR 1592

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