Product Code: 645900
INDICATIONS FOR USE: In dairy,
it was widely accepted that the B-complex vitamins, including
Biotin, were synthesized by rumen bacteria and absorbed in
sufficient quantities to meet daily requirements. Recent evidence
now suggests that may not always be the case and B-complex
supplementation may improve milk production and/or composition.
Deficiency in Biotin will also result in reduced growth,
dermatitis, fatty liver and foot lesions, and reduced reproductive
* Supplementing B Vitamins to Lactating Dairy Cows, Shawn S. Donkin, Department of Animal Sciences, Purdue University. May 1997.
20,000 Product Code: 642700
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: Calcium
(CA), Min -14.0%
Vitamin E deficiencies have been associated with early embryo death in cattle, sows, chickens, turkeys and ewes; with muscle disorders (myopathes) in calves, lambs, pigs and chicks; and with certain types of anemia and liver necrosis of domestic animals. Vitamin E requirements are higher for maximum immunological responses than for maximum growth.
This is important in
supplementing rations for pregnant animals to ensure maximum
antibody production for the colostrum. In areas where Vitamin E or
Selenium deficiency is known, it should be added to the ration
continuously. In pregnant animals, Vitamin E can be added the last
30 days of pregnancy.
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