Multimin Plus Copper for Cattle & Deer 500ml

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Sale price$419.00

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This item is special order only which means we may not carry stock in our store. If you order this for delivery we will deliver the product from the supplier. If you want to pick this up from our Tauranga store we will need to order this in and contact you when it arrives. This usually takes 1-3 days.

Description

MULTIMIN is a unique concept of trace element supplementation for New Zealand dairy, beef and deer farmers. Containing copper, selenium, zinc and manganese, it is designed to be administered to stock prior to high periods of demand, such as calving, weaning and mating.

  • An injection containing copper, selenium, zinc and manganese
  • Chelated formulation that is safe and tissue friendly
  • Absorbed into the blood within 8 hours and transferred to the liver within 24 hours
  • Scientifically proven in NZ conditions

Dosage & Administration:

By law the user must take due care, obtaining expert advice when necessary, to avoid unnecessary pain and distress when using the product other than as directed on the label.

For use in cattle and deer by subcutaneous injection. READ ENTIRE CARTON BEFORE USE.

Recently, MULTIMIN’s label was updated. Until new packaging is introduced:

  • MULTIMIN’s previous label stated that it could be administered in cattle and deer either subcutaneously or intramuscularly. The administration route is now subcutaneous only for cattle and deer, and dose volume and location instructions have been added.
  • MULTIMIN’s previous label specifically stated that it was not to be administered at the same time as any other treatment in cattle, such as drenches or vaccines. This statement has been removed for cattle, although advice against concurrent use with copper and selenium supplementation remains. However, in deer, MULTIMIN® should not be given at the same time as other treatments, as safety has not been established.

To learn more about MULTIMIN®, visit performanceready.co.nz, and talk to your Vet.

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