Selenium (Min)....0.1 mg/fl oz
Vitamin A (Min)....23,700 IU/fl oz...790 IU/ml
Vitamin D (Min)....5,910 IU/fl oz...197 IU/ml
Vitamin E (Min)....90 IU/fl oz...3 IU/ml
Ingredients: propylene glycol, molasses products, calcium carbonate, choline chloride, DL-methionine, I-lysine, Vitamin E supplement, Vitamin A supplement, Vitamin D-3 supplement, thiamine, niacin, zinc sulfate, ethylenediamine dihydroiodide, magnesium sulfate, manganese sulfate, iron sulfate, sodium selenite, cobalt sulfate and sugar.
Directions Shake well. Feed directly into mouth.
Newborns: 4mL (cc) = 2 pumps as soon as possible after birth.
Goats and Sheep: 1 fl oz per 100 lbs. body weight.
Maximum of once every 8 hours, as needed.
Store at room temperature.
1 fl oz = 30 ml (cc)
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
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Scott S from Utah
I would recommend this product. However when we received it the bottle and been broken and then wrapped up. The vitamin leaked all over everything.
rodney b from Illinois
We use this for our orphan lambs and it worked good.
Andrea P from New Mexico
The "BEST" product!!! Not only is it great for saving lambs and getting them started, but it's great for ewes that need a nutritional boost. A must for your barn 365 days of the year. I have also used it for show lambs as a pick me up and as a drench additive. I only wished they made it for people!!
This is our go to water additive for our ewes after giving birth. They are drawn down and tired after the birthing ordeal, and this really seems to help them on the road to recovery.
Juanita A from Lakeview, Oregon
One of the best products I have used. Great for a cold or weak lamb and will keep a sick ewe alive until she starts eating again.