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Advance Arrest

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Advance Arrest

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Manna Pro

Nutrient Supplement with Electrolytes for Scouring Animals

For Calves, Lambs, Kids, Foals, Pigs, Llamas & Alpacas

Gelling Agent to Slow Fluid Loss

Oral rehydrant for scouring animals

Helps rapidly restore lost fluids

Now with ProVance® Microbial Supplement Live (viable) naturally occurring microorganisms

FEEDING AND USE GUIDELINES

SOLUTION PREPARATION: Provide 3 scoops (37 g per scoop*) per 2 qt warm water (110° F) and stir briskly. NOTE: The different programs require varying amounts of solution.

Calves and Foals: Feed Arrest® after milk replacer feeding twice daily (10-12 hour intervals) according to schedule below. Calves and foals that are excessively stressed may require 1 or 2 additional feedings of Arrest per day.

 

Day of Feeding

Per 100 lb Body Weight

Milk Replacer Per Feeding

Arrest Per Feeding

Standard Program

1 & 2

0.5 qt

2 qt

3 & 4

1 qt

1 qt

5

Return to normal milk replacer feeding

Enhanced Recovery Program

1 & 2

2 qt

2 qt

3 & 4

2 qt

1 qt

5

Return to normal milk replacer feeding

Newly Arrived, Shipped-in Calves

1

2 qt

2 qt

2

Begin normal feeding program

Foals

1

-

2 qt

Pigs, Lambs, Kids, Other Mammals: Feed at first sign of requiring supplemental energy, nutrients, and electrolytes.

 

Approx. Body Wt.

Amt. of Solution Per Feeding

No. of Feedings Per Day

Hours Between Feedings

Duration of Feeding (days)

Baby Pigs

5-7 lb

0.33 fl oz (10 cc)

2-4

3-6

1-2

Young Pigs

7-15 lb

0.5 fl oz (15 cc)

2-4 or ad-libitum for 12 hr

3-6

1-2

Lambs/Goat Kids

5 lb

3.5 fl oz (105 cc)

2-3

6-8

2

Lambs/Goat Kids

20 lb

10-14 fl oz (295-415 cc)

2-3

6-8

2

Others

Per 100 lb

1.75-3.5 fl oz (50-105 cc)

2-4

4-8

2

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

Salt, min

3.5%

Salt, max

4.5%

Sodium, min

1.8%

Sodium, max

2.3%

Magnesium, min

0.05%

Potassium, min

0.5%

Copper, min

0.4 ppm

Zinc, min

1.5 ppm

Dextrose, min

33.0%

Total lactic acid bacteria, min

13 Billion CFU per 100 g

Yeast, min

7 Billion CFU per 100 g

INGREDIENTS

Dextrose, Roughage Products, Dried Corn Syrup, Dried Whey Product, Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum, Salt, [Citric Acid, Ascorbic Acid, Fumaric Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Calcium Propionate, Sodium Propionate (Preservatives)], Sodium Bicarbonate, Dried Enterococcus faecium Fermentation Product, Active Dry Yeast, Inulin, Sorbitol, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Pantothenate, Potassium Phosphate, Magnesium Sulfate, Polysaccharide Complexes of Iron, Zinc, Manganese, Copper and Cobalt, Ethylenediamine Dihydriodide, and Sodium Silico Aluminate.

FEEDING DIRECTIONS

CALVES (replacement heifers, beef calves or veal calves):

Standard Program

Feed Arrest® at first sign of requiring supplemental energy, nutrients and electrolytes. Replace a portion of the regular milk replacer feeding program according to the Feeding and Use Guidelines.

Continue feeding Arrest twice per day (10-12 hour intervals) for 4 days or 8 feedings. Return calf to full milk feeding over a 4 day period according to the Feeding and Use Guidelines.

Enhanced Recovery Program

Research demonstrates weight loss and scouring are reduced when calves continue to be fed milk replacer during periods of scouring. Feed 2 quarts of milk replacer and 2 quarts of Arrest twice per day. Reduce amount of Arrest gradually as calf returns to health.

Newly arrived, shipped-in calves

Animals newly arrived at a rearing unit and requiring supplemental energy, nutrients, and electrolytes should be fed 2 quarts milk replacer and 2 quarts of Arrest twice per day. Follow directions provided in the Feeding and Use Guidelines.

FEEDING/MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ALL CALVES

At each feeding, feed the milk replacer first, followed by Arrest 15-30 minutes later. Any Arrest not voluntarily consumed within 15 minutes should be given by esophageal feeder. Provide free choice water. Feed from an open pail or nipple.

Use Advance® brand milk replacers in addition to grain for a complete Nutritional Program.

PIGS

For individual baby pigs, use a syringe with a small plastic tube for force feeding or a dose bottle/pump. Follow directions in Feeding and Use Guidelines. Baby pigs still with the sow should be group-fed mixed Arrest ad-libitum for 24-48 hours using a suitable feeder. Weaned pigs should be fed mixed Arrest ad-libitum for 12 hours and have limited access to normal water source during this period. If mixed product gets too thick for water systems, mix at half strength (see solution preparation).

LAMBS/KIDS

If lamb or kid is being fed milk from a nipple bottle, feed mixed product in the bottle or feed through normal feeders or tube.

FOALS

Feed from an open pail or with a tube.

This product was made in a feed manufacturing facility that does not handle or store products containing animal proteins prohibited in ruminant feed.

*Enclosed scoop holds approximately 37 grams (by weight) of Arrest powder. Check scoop weight periodically.

FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY

Manufactured by Milk Specialties Global, Eden Prairie, MN 55344

866-894-3660

MilkSpecialtiesGlobal.com

Advance and Arrest are trademarks of Milk Specialties Co.

© 2012

MADE IN USA

Net Wt

 

3.5 oz (100 g)

 

12x3.5 oz

 

1.2 lb (555 g)

700179 REV0212 706692

700179 REV0212 706693

12 lb

 

CPN: 6190071.1

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Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the Advance Arrest 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.

Copyright © 2016 North American Compendiums. Updated: 2016-10-31

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