Reashure Choline

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Reashure Choline

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Balchem

Rumen Stable Encapsulated Choline

Guaranteed Analysis: 25% Choline, Minimum.

Ingredients: Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil, Choline Chloride, Roughage Products, Iron, Emulsifier.

Reashure Choline Indications

REASHURE® choline has been proven under field conditions to successfully deliver choline to dairy cows.

Directions For Use

Suggested feeding: REASHURE® choline should be fed to close-up dry cows and to fresh and early lactation cows. A suggested minimal feeding time period is from 2-3 weeks pre-calving through 30 to 50 days into lactation.

Each cow should be fed 2 ounces of REASHURE® choline per day throughout the entire feeding period.

Precaution(s): Storage and Handling: REASHURE® choline should be stored in a dry environment at temperatures below 120°F (49°C). As with other encapsulates, this product performs best when not subjected to extreme conditions.

After opening, the bags should be closed tightly and stored in a dry area.

REASHURE® choline can be mixed in with the Total Mixed Ration (TMR) or top-dressed. When added to the TMR, REASHURE® choline should be added at the same time as other mineral and vitamin supplements.

U.S. Patent #5,190,775

Presentation: 25 lbs. (11.3 kg) bag.

NAC No.: 10640001

BALCHEM CORPORATION
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