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Availa4This page contains information on Availa4 for veterinary use.
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- Availa4 Indications
- Warnings and cautions for Availa4
- Direction and dosage information for Availa4
Availa4This treatment applies to the following species:
A nutritional feed ingredient for livestock. When used as a commercial feed ingredient it must be declared as zinc amino acid complex, manganese amino acid complex, copper amino acid complex and cobalt glucoheptonate.
A light brown granular powder. Availa®4 weighs approximately 38 lb/cu. ft. and is packaged in 25 kg (55.1 lb) multiwall bags.
Beef & Dairy Cattle:
- Feed at the rate of 1/4 ounce (7 grams) per head daily, or 1 lb per 64 head daily.
- For calf creep feeds, feed at the rate of 1.25 lb/ton of complete creep diet.
Horses: Feed at the rate of 1/4 ounce (7 grams) per head daily.
Goats: Feed at the rate of 1 gram per head daily, or 1 lb per 454 head daily.
Each 1/4 ounce of Availa-4 will supply 360 mg zinc from zinc amino acid complex, 200 mg manganese from manganese amino acid complex, 125 mg copper from copper amino acid complex and 12 mg cobalt from cobalt glucoheptonate.
Do NOT feed to sheep or related species.
Toxicity And Safe Handling
When used correctly, there is no toxicity hazard in the use of Availa-4. Store in a clean and dry environment. Follow label directions and rotate inventory to ensure fresh product.
Zinpro Corporation, 10400 Viking Dr., Suite 240, Eden Prairie, MN 55344 USA
800.445.6145 • 952.983.4000 • fax 952.944.2749 • www.zinpro.com
November 27, 2012
NAC No.: 11300074
10400 VIKING DR., SUITE 240, EDEN PRAIRIE, MN, 55344-7298
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