ENERGY BOOSTER BOLUS
for dairy cows; includes 80 g of propionates and 29 g of niacin
REDUCTION OF THE RISK OF KETOSIS
- reduction of the risk of ketosis in dairy cows
- support for nutritional imbalances in dietary transition
- innovative technology – bolus consist of two parts which are characterized by different composition and different time of release. All ingredients are digestable
- best source of energy – propionates as glucogenic sources are effectively absorbed from the rumen and converted to glucose, they faster recovery energy balance in comparison with other energy sources. Propionates also create an effective buffer system, restoring the proper pH of the rumen
- high amount of Vitamin A, Vitamin E and Selenium – this additives reduce the risk of retained placenta and risk of mastitis after calving. These antioxidants reduce oxidative stress which occurs due to intensive oxidation of free fatty acids excessively released from adipose tissue at the start of lactation. They protect liver’s and immune cells from harmful effect of free radicals
- effective dose of niacin – increases concentration of glucose in the liver and reduces the level of ketone compounds in the blood. Niacin plays important role in synthesis of L-carnitine, without which free fatty acids cannot be transported throw the mitochondrial membrane. Oxidation of free fatty acids takes place in mitochondrion, thus deficit of transporter provides to accumulation of fat in the liver
- addition of Cobalt – is important for developing bacteria flora in the rumen, it is also essential component for vitamin B12 synthesis. Conversion of propionates to glucose can’t occur with Vit. B12 deficiency
- introduces Saccharomyces cerevisiae into the rumen which have a beneficial influence on ruminal microflora and gastrointestinal tract health
Sodium and calcium propionate, niacinamide, vitamin A, vitamin E, sodium selenite, cobalt sulphate, live yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Instruction for proper use:
In the day of calving give 2 boluses orally by using applicator. Repeated administration of 2 boluses can be made after 3 days. May be administered until the 6th week after calving. Note: The opinion of a nutrition expert or veterinarian should be sought before using the feed or before extending its period of use. Do not give boluses to lying cows with symptoms of postpartum shock. Simultaneous supplementation of additives with a maximum content from other sources to those incorporated in a bolus, if applicable shall be avoided.
18 months from the manufacturing date.
Each 135 g bolus is secured in a plastic tube.
There are four boluses in one paper box.