Cobalife VB12 Plus Selenium
Cobalife VB12 Plus Selenium is an injectable Vitamin B12 and Selenium to treat and control Vitamin B12 and Selenium deficiency in sheep and cattle.
Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin which acts as a coenzyme for various metabolic functions, including fat and carbohydrate metabolism and protein synthesis. It is vital for glucose production in ruminants, which is essential to meet the high energy demands of growth and lactation. Selenium is a trace element that is necessary for normal metabolism; it is an essential anti-oxidant, and key component of proteins that have a role in muscle function, immune system and synthesis of thyroid hormones.
Vitamin B12 deficiency results in reduced appetite and growth rates, illthrift, infertility and reduced wool and milk production. Selenium deficiency can result in lameness, White Muscle Disease, reduced fertility and immunity, and reduced wool and milk production. Deficiency may occur at any stage of the year but is more likely to happen during stressful periods such as calving/lambing and growing periods of stock. Subcutaneous injection of Vitamin B12 and Selenium is the preferred method of preventing and correcting Vitamin B12 and Selenium deficiency.
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Each mL contains 2000µg (2mg) Hydroxocobalamin and 4mg Selenium (as Sodium selenate)
- Contains Hydroxocobalamin, a longer acting form of Vitamin B12 compared to Cyanocobalamin
- Treats both sheep and cattle
- Cost effective - Treats more lambs per pack compared to other Vitamin B12 injections in the market, ie. 1000 lambs vs 500 lambs
- Supports animals during times of stress for optimal growth rates and production
Directions for Use
Lambs: 0.5mL at marking and weaning time
Sheep: 1 - 1.5mL prior to mating and 4 weeks prior to lambing
Calves: 2 - 3mL at weaning and at three month intervals
Cattle: 4 - 6mL at mating time and prior to calving
Give dose by subcutaneous injection only.
The frequency of dosing should be related to the severity of the deficiency. For instance, for sheep in extremely deficient areas, repeat dose every 2 to 3 months. In less deficient areas, repeat dose every 5 to 6 months or as found necessary.
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MILK: 0 days
EXPORT SLAUGHTER INTERVAL (ESI): 0 days
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NutritionVitamins and minerals are a small and yet extremely important part of an animal's diet. They play a vital role in optimising livestock growth, reproduction and immunity.Inadequate intake of any of the essential minerals or vitamins results in decreased average daily weight gains, reduced feed conversion, imparied reproductive performance and compromised immunity. The result is that livestock don't reach their optimum levels of growth or reproduction.As a starting point, use the …
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