Active ingredient: 2mg/mL Hydroxocobalamin (Vitamin B12)
Cobalt deficiency in soil and/or pasture leads to lack of Vitamin B12 in body tissues of stock which, subsequently, may have poor growth rates and ill thrift in young animals .
Before treatment, establish pasture cobalt levels and/or Vitamin B12 of stock.
Treatment is likely to last only 4 – 6 weeks if liver storage levels of Vitamin B12 and pasture levels of cobalt are low.
Treatment of pregnant ruminants should benefit newborn animals, particularly when treated in the latter stages of pregnancy.
Supplementation of young ruminants should begin at or before weaning.
Seek veterinary advice if poor stock condition persists after treatment.