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Prolaject B12 2000

For the treatment and control of cobalt deficiency in sheep and cattle grazing cobalt deficient pastures
Features and Benefits:
  •  Increase appetite in stock.
  •  Reduce illthrift.
  •  Sustain growth rates and milk production over peak production times. 
  •  Boost energy
Directions for use:
By subcutaneous (under the skin) injection to be given into the anterior half of the neck.

Lambs: 0.5mL at tailing or weaning
Sheep: 1 - 1.5mL pre-lambing
Calves: 2 - 3mL from 2 months of age
Cattle: 4 - 6mL pre-calving
Treatment is likely to last only 4 - 6 weeks if liver storage levels of Vitamin B12 and pasture levels of Cobalt are low. Seek veterinary advice if poor stock conditions persists after treatment.
Witholding periods:
Milk and Meat: Nil              

Store below 25°C (room temperature). Protect from light.

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