Calf's Choice Total HiCalThis page contains information on Calf's Choice Total HiCal for veterinary use.
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- Calf's Choice Total HiCal Indications
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Calf's Choice Total HiCalThis treatment applies to the following species:
Natural Bovine Dried Colostrum
IgG ≥ 100 g
IgG > 14%
24.6 ounces (700 g), 40 lb (18 kg)
A Proven Replacement for Maternal Colostrum
Each bag provides ≥ 100 g of bovine IgG (> 14% IgG) and is made from natural bovine colostrum.
Calf's Choice Total HiCal Indications
Calf’s Choice Total® HiCal is used as an aid in the treatment of failure of passive transfer (FPT) in newborn calves.
Directions For Use
Use a whisk or electric mixer to mix the powder into the water. Mix 1 bag (24.6 oz) of powder into 5 standard measuring cups (1 1/4 quart) of water that is hot to the touch (110 to 120°F or 43 to 49°C). Feed the calf by nipple bottle or esophageal tube as soon as possible after birth.
To replace maternal colostrum feed calf 2 bags.
Store in a dry location at room temperature (not over 72°F or 22°C).
In an efficacy study filed with the Center for Veterinary Biologics of the USDA, calves fed this product at the recommended levels achieved average serum IgG levels of 14.5 mg/mL and average serum total protein levels of 5.4 g/dL.
Manufactured by: The Saskatoon Colostrum Company Ltd., Saskatoon, SK, Canada, S7K 6A2
Distributed by: Alta Genetics USA Inc., Watertown, WI, USA, 53094
Toll Free: (866) 266-2582
Net Weight: 24.6 oz powder, 40 lb (18 kg)
FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY
U.S. Veterinary Permit No. 448A
Product of Canada
NAC No.: 15320021
P.O. BOX 437, WATERTOWN, WI, 53094
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