CalOx 64 SE Oral Gel

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CalOx 64 SE Oral Gel

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Vedco

Ingredient(s): Polyethylene glycol, calcium propionate, calcium oxide, magnesium chloride, sodium selenite, cobalt sulfate, silicon dioxide, thiamine HCl, niacinamide, d-panthenol, pyridoxine, vitamin E, riboflavin, citric acid, cyanocobalamin.

Minimum Contents of 300 mL tube:

Calcium

64 g - 18.3% Minimum

Calcium

67 g - 19.1% Maximum

Magnesium

6.8 g - 17%

Cobalt

0.6 g - 0.1%

Selenium

3.0 mg

Thiamine HCl

100 mg

Niacinamide

100 mg

D-Panthenol

10 mg

Pyridoxine HCl

10 mg

Vitamin E

5 mg

Riboflavin

5 mg

Citric Acid

5 mg

Cyanocobalamin

100 mcg

In a special RumiGel base.

CalOx 64 SE Oral Gel Indications

A nutritional supplement for dairy cattle during calving containing calcium, magnesium and cobalt.

Dosage and Administration

Directions for Use:

1. Hold head of the cow in a slightly elevated position.

2. Place nozzle near rear of mouth.

3. Discharge entire contents of the tube.

4. Hold head up and allow animal time to swallow.

Give one tube prior to or after calving and the second tube 12-24 hours after calving.

Precaution(s): Keep cool.

Warning(s): Not a drug. No withdrawal time.

Sold to graduate veterinarians only.

Presentation: 300 mL tube.

NAC No.: 10940230

VEDCO, INC.
5503 CORPORATE DR., ST. JOSEPH, MO, 64507
Telephone:   816-238-8840
Toll-Free:   888-708-3326 (888-70VEDCO)
Fax:   816-238-1837
Website:   www.vedco.com
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