Calf's Choice Total (Canada)This page contains information on Calf's Choice Total for veterinary use.
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- Calf's Choice Total Indications
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Calf's Choice TotalThis treatment applies to the following species:
BOVINE DRIED COLOSTRUM
A TOTAL REPLACEMENT FOR MATERNAL COLOSTRUM
100 GRAMS OF BOVINE IgG
For Veterinary Use Only
Can. Vet. Biol. Estab. Lic. No. 44
Made from natural bovine colostrum
Contents: 1 dose (470g/16.6 oz)
MINIMUM GUARANTEED ANALYSIS
Calf's Choice Total Indications
Calf’s Choice Total™ can be used to replace or supplement maternal colostrum as an aid in the treatment of Failure of Passive Transfer (FTP) in newborn calves.
Feed the first feeding as soon as possible after birth, and not later than 6 hours of age. Calves should receive a second feeding, ideally of Calf’s Choice Total™ or maternal colostrum, within the next 12 hours.
Dose To Feed In The First Feeding
To Replace Maternal Colostrum
- If feeding is by nipple, feed a minimum of 1 bag.
- If feeding is by oesophageal feeder, feed a minimum of 1.5 bags.
To Supplement Maternal Colostrum
-Feed a minimum of 1/2 bag (may be fed mixed with maternal colostrum).
Feeding additional amounts of Calf’s Choice Total™ in the first or subsequent feedings before 24 hours of age may provide additional health and productivity benefits. Feeding more than the above amounts is recommended when calves are stressed, sanitation is poor, or calf hood disease is high.
Use a whisk or electric mixer to mix 1 package (470g/16.6oz) into 1L (4 cups) of hot (43-49°C - 110-120°F) water.
Store at room temperature (22°C/72°F)
Made in Canada by: The Saskatoon Colostrum Company Ltd., Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7K 6A2
NAC No.: 15360000
30 MOLARO PLACE, SASKATOON, SK, S7K 6A2
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