TREATMENT PLAN FOR OPTIMUM PRODUCTION

Bulls
  • 3 months before joining.
  • At Joining.
Beef Cows
  • 4 weeks before joining.
  • At Joining.
Dairy Cows
  • 4 weeks before calving.
  • 4 weeks before mating or insemination.
  • 4 weeks before drying off.
Calves
  • At marking.
  • At weaning.
Heifers
  • 4 weeks before mating.
  • Every three months.

Figure 1: The trace mineral levels of an individual can be a rate limiting factor determining animal performance. Managing trace mineral levels especially during high demand periods is an important part of optimising production potential and managing animal health.

DOSAGE AND TREATMENT TIMES

WITHHOLDING PERIODS

Meat Withhold Period
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Milk Withhold Period
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Export Slaughter Interval (ESI)
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Age
Injection Dose Rate
Up to 1 year
1.5 mL per 75 kg
1 - 2 years
1.5 mL per 50 kg
Over 2 years
1.5 mL per 100 kg
  • Administer by subcutaneous injection (under the skin).
  • Following withdrawal of the first dose, product can be used for 9 months from opening.
  • For all types of cattle.