South Africa

Minerals & Vitamins

Multimin® + Se + Cu + Cr Cattle

For the prevention and treatment of a deficiency in zinc and / or manganese and / or selenium and / or copper and / or chromium in cattle.

  • Cattle
  • Injection
    Injection

PRODUCT STATEMENT :

Multimin is a TOP Up trace mineral support for your livestock and your profits

  • Injectable source of zinc, manganese, copper, selenium and chromium – significantly increases the trace mineral status of cattle
  • Ideal for topping up trace minerals prior to critical events (e.g. breeding, calving, weaning, induction to feedlots) when demand may increase
  • Provides trace minerals essential for optimal health (immunity), production and fertility

Composition :  

Each ml contains: Zinc 40 mg, manganese 10 mg, selenium 5 mg, copper 15 mg, chromium 5 mg.

 

DIRECTIONS FOR USE :

Use only as directed. Inject cattle subcutaneously on the side of the neck.

Warning: consult a veterinarian before use.

DOSAGE :

Calves:                 25 kg - 100 kg body mass 1 ml / 50 kg

Weaner calves:      101 kg - 225 kg body mass 1 ml / 75 kg

Adult cattle:          1 ml / 100 kg

 

Treat as follows:

Bulls:              3 times per year

Cows:             4 weeks prior to calving

                      4 weeks prior to breeding/AI

                      4 weeks prior to drying off

Heifers:          Every 3 months until breeding

Calves:           4 weeks prior to weaning



PRESENTATION :

100 ml and 500 ml.

STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS :

Store in a cool place.

REGISTRATION NUMBERS :

South Africa: G3371 (Act 36/1947)

Namibia: V06/19.3/67 NS0

Zambia: 359-718V POM-V
 

 

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