Dr. Register Calcium Supplement (Canada)This page contains information on Dr. Register Calcium Supplement for veterinary use.
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Dr. Register Calcium SupplementThis treatment applies to the following species:
ORAL CALCIUM CHLORIDE AND CALCIUM PROPIONATE SUPPLEMENT
FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY
Indications: A liquid calcium supplement for use in dairy cows, as an aid to ensure normal nutritional and blood levels of calcium after calving.
Dosage & Administration
Oral-Feeding directions: Administer slowly orally, with an appropriate dosing gun, as to facilitate swallowing. Administer 200ml (for a 400 kg cow) before and after calving, or as directed by a veterinarian.
On Feed-Feeding instructions: Add 200 ml to feed, before and after calving, or as directed by a veterinarian.
Contra-Indications: Never administer more than 2 treatments a day.
On Oral Administration do not administer to downed cows or to cows with no swallowing reflex.
Caution: Consult a veterinarian if no improvement of clinical signs within 24 hours or condition worsens. Caution should be exercised when administering the product to avoid damage to the mouth or pharynx, because of the acid property of this solution, administer the product slowly as to prevent the liquid from getting into the lungs.
Storage: Protect from extreme heat and freezing.
Importer: Farmers Farmacy, A division of Grand Valley Fortifiers, 39 Elgin Street South, Cambridge Ontario Canada N1R 5G3
Manufacturer: Dr. Register and Associates, Inc., N4415 469th Street, Menomonie, WI 54751
Made in U.S.A.
Net Contents: 3.8 L (4.56 Kg @ 20°C)
NAC No.: 16290000
N4415-469TH STREET, MENOMONIE, WI, 54751
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