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FLOWTRACE COPPER (6x3kg)

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FLOWTRACE COPPER (6x3kg)

Trace element supplement for cattle and dairy cows administered via the drinking water.

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The FlowTrace Range from Nutribio has been formulated as a solution to the trace element deficiencies identified in forages based on the latest scientific research and within EU guidelines. FlowTrace Copper can be supplied to both cattle and dairy cows at all times of the year and is especially suited to the grazing herd to optimise daily intakes. Copper is essential for the activity of certain enzymes, low levels of copper can lead to increased susceptibility to mastitis, decreased fertility, anaemia, retarded growth rate, loss of body weight and diarrhoea. A diet that is rich in copper can aid in increasing fertility levels and boosting immunity. Copper is also important in addition to zinc for hoof integrity. FlowTrace Copper is available in powdered form (18kg packs (6 x 3kg)) and is administered via the animals drinking water. The recommended usage period is three weeks before and ten weeks after the commencement of the breeding period for dairy and suckler cows and at times of known trace element deficiencies for cattle.

Key Features:

  • Tried and trusted range
  • Convenient and easy to administer
  • Readily available in protected form
  • Ideal accompaniment to a grass based production system

Also available in the FlowTrace Range are Fertility 6++ (Se, I, Co, Cu, Zn and Mn) Selenium & Iodine (combined) and Zinc (separately).

Dilute 3kgs in 150 litres of water – this will provide 454 feeds at 330mls/hd/day.
CAUTION: care should be taken to follow instructions to avoid toxicity.

Feeding Rate Once Diluted:

  • 330 mls/head/day/lactating cows (454 feeds)
  • 220 mls/head/day/non lactating cows (680 feeds)
  • 250 mls/head/day/beef cattle (600 feeds)

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