Mineral additive Sweetlics calf/beef

Buckets with mineral additives Sweetlics - a convenient solution for providing minerals, vitamins, trace elements and antioxidants cattle.

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Sweetlix Calf Biff

1. Composition: 1 kg of feed additive contains: vitamin E (Alfa-tocopherol) 500 mg,

vitamin D3 (E671) 50,000 IU, vitamin A (E672) 200,000 IU, vitamin B12 1000 μg,

vitamin B1 (thiamine) 300 mg, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) 30 mg, nicotinic acid 100 mg,

zinc oxide E6 5555 mg, copper sulphate pentahydrate E4 9600 mg, cobalt carbonate E3

monohydrate 323 mg, manganese oxide E5 2419 mg, calcium iodate anhydrous E2 806 mg,

selenite sodium E8 76, 6 mg, syringe treacle 38%, calcium carbonate 66.5%,

sodium chloride 22.5%, magnesium oxide 6%.


2. Lizunets form (solid block of fodder additive brown) for oral use with strong odor and taste of molasses.

3. Pharmacological properties The feed additive contains vitamins, minerals, trace elements, which contribute

to the enhancement of the body's resistance, the development of immunity, an increase in the growth rates of cattle

(fattening cattle and young animals).

4. Doses and methods of administration of animals of different ages: The feed additive is

applied orally in a dose of 25-30 g per animal for every 100 kg of body weight per day.

The maximum dose is 30 g per 100 kg of body weight per day, which is equivalent to 1 block

per 10 * 250 kg of calves for 27 days.

5. Feed additive Sweetlix Calf Beef contains copper and is intended for use only cattle for

fattening and calves. The feed additive contains a high level of selenium,

so care should be taken in areas with high levels of selenium.

6.1. Shelf life is 18 months. Shelf life after autopsy: within one month.

6.2. Store in the original packaging of the manufacturer in a dry, protected from light

and out of reach of children at 50 to 28 0. Do not freeze.

7. Tips for feeding: Use 1 bucket for 15 cows. Daily intake of 100 - 150 mg per day,

1 bucket is eaten by 15 cows for 9 to 13 days. The closer the animals to water,

the more they will consume the product. In the field put them in the old car tires

so that the buckets are stable.