Cal-GelThis page contains information on Cal-Gel for veterinary use.
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- Cal-Gel Indications
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Cal-gelThis treatment applies to the following species:
A Specially Formulated Mineral Supplement For Cattle
Cal-Gel™ is a specially formulated mineral supplement for use in dairy cows. It is an aid to help maintain normal calcium levels during the critical immediate pre-partum and post-partum period.
One tube can be administered just before or after calving. If milk fever develops, then one tube is given 2-3 hours after regular IV milk fever treatment and another tube 12-16 hours later.
If condition continues, consult your veterinarian.
Load cartridge in standard dosing gun and remove protective end cap. Place the nozzle near the back of the oral cavity and empty the tube contents, allowing the cow to swallow.
Water, calcium chloride, calcium sulfate, magnesium chloride, hydrated magnesium, aluminum silicates, sodium chloride and cobalt sulfate.
The cow must have a swallowing reflex and normal ruminal motility for the product to be effective.
Nozzle should be placed near the back of the mouth. Extra care should be taken to not puncture the pharyngeal wall. If puncture occurs, you need to cease administration and contact your veterinarian.
Cal-Gel™ is a strong acidic salt and contact with eyes or open wounds will cause irritation.
53 grams, minimum 11.9%
53 grams, maximum 14.28%
5.54 grams, minimum 1.24%
0.028 grams, minimum 6 ppm
For Oral Use Only
For Veterinary Use Only
Made In Usa
Jorgensen Laboratories, Inc.
1450 N. Van Buren Ave.
Loveland, CO 80538
1450 NORTH VAN BUREN AVE., LOVELAND, CO, 80538
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