Lamb and Kid Kare (Canada)

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Lamb and Kid Kare

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Champion Alstoe

Liquid Energy Supplement for Lambs and Kids

LAMB AND KID KARE is designed to give newborns a quick and efficient energy source as soon after birth as possible.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Fat (min.)

60%

Crude Fat (max.)

62%

Vitamin A (min.)

40,000 IU/kg

Vitamin D3 (min.)

4,000 IU/kg

Vitamin E (min.)

300 IU/kg

Ingredients

Vegetable Oil, Soybean Oil, Corn Oil, Dried Whey, Vitamins A, D3, E, Dried Bacillus Substilis Fermentation Product and Citric Acid

Directions

Mix LAMB AND KID KARE with water to a palatable consistency. Give 3 mL for all newborns and 6 mL for small lambs and kids. Feed as soon as possible after birth. Feed as necessary after which a milk replacer can be used. Shake vigorously before using.

Volume: 250 mL

Product Density at 20° C: 1.036 kg/L

The viscosity of this product will vary inversely with temperature.

Store at 20° C

Registration Number 780014

Registered and Manufactured in U.S.A. by: CUPREM, INC.®, Box 147, Kenesaw, Nebraska 68956-0147

Distributed in Canada by: Champion Alstoe Animal Health Inc., 828 Centre St N, Whitby, ON L1N 4V1

(800) 456-5758

Copyright © 1992

NAC No.: 12380202

CHAMPION ALSTOE ANIMAL HEALTH INC.
828 CENTRE STREET NORTH, WHITBY, ON, L1N 4V1
Telephone:   905-430-9791
Customer Service:   800-456-5758
Fax:   905-430-9792
Website:   www.championalstoe.com
Email:   service@championalstoe.com
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Lamb and Kid Kare information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the Canadian product label or package insert.

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