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AD3 Vitamin Gel

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AD3 Vitamin Gel

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Manufacturer: AgriLabs

A nutritional supplement containing Vitamins A & D3 for dairy, beef, sheep, goats, and swine

Unique patent-pending formulation to maximize absorption

AD3 Vitamin Gel is suggested as a supplemental source of vitamins A and D3 for incoming cattle, hospital pens, newborn calves, sheep, goats, and swine.

Guaranteed Analysis (min per 10ml)

Vitamin A

600,000 IU

Vitamin D3

150,000 IU

Ingredients: Water, Vitamin A Acetate, Dextrose, Dried Whey, D-Activated Animal Sterol (Vitamin D3), Propylene Glycol, Silicon Dioxide, Calcium Chloride, Artificial Flavor, and Methylparaben & Propylparaben (as preservatives).

Directions For Use

Feed orally on back of tongue daily. One click of standard gel/paste applicator provides 5 ml and two clicks provide 10 ml. Do not feed to animals without a swallowing reflex.

Newborn calves

5 ml

Incoming cattle

10 ml

Dairy cattle

10 ml

Sheep & Goats

5 ml

Swine

5 ml

For Animal Use Only

Keep out of reach of children

Store in a cool, dry place

Do not freeze

®Registered Trademark of Agri Laboratories, Ltd.

Manufactured for: Agri Laboratories, Ltd., St. Joseph, MO 64503

NET CONTENTS:

 

300 ml (10.13 fl oz)

LB-AGR170 1111

NAC No.: 10582470

AGRI LABORATORIES LTD.
20927 STATE ROUTE K, P.O. BOX 3103 (64503), ST. JOSEPH, MO, 64505
Telephone:   816-233-9533
Order Desk:   800-542-8916
Fax:   816-233-9546
Website:   www.agrilabs.com
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the AD3 Vitamin Gel information published above. However, it remains the responsibility of the readers to familiarize themselves with the product information contained on the US product label or package insert.

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