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Agrihealth Cattle Bolus Gun

119191
23mm diameter genertic bolus gun

Animax CleanKill Sanitising Spray - 1lt

158114
It is a broad spectrum bactericide and fungicide, ready-to-use as a one-litre trigger spray and five-litre top-up. Its aqueous formula is more stable in transportation than alcohol-based sanitisers. In addition to broad spectrum activity, CleanKill is effective specifically against Phytophthora species. These destructive pathogens cause extensive damage and death in more than 150 species, including larch, beech, oak, Sitka spruce and numerous firs.

Animax Copinox - 2g x250 - Lamb

110334
Copper oxide rods are released in the reticulo-rumen passing slowing through the ruminant stomachs for a period of 2 to 3 months. Exposure to abomasal acidity causes slow particle solution, enabling partial absorption to take place. The copper stored in the liver then acts as a depot from which copper is slowly released to maintain normal concentrations in the blood during periods when the animal may be receiving an inadequate copper intake. The recommended dosage should maintain adequate copper levels for the whole grazing season unless more frequent dosing is required on veterinary advice.

Content per capsule: Copper oxide

Animax Copinox - 4g x100 - Sheep/Calf

112771
Copper oxide rods are released in the reticulo-rumen passing slowing through the ruminant stomachs for a period of 2 to 3 months. Exposure to abomasal acidity causes slow particle solution, enabling partial absorption to take place. The copper stored in the liver then acts as a depot from which copper is slowly released to maintain normal concentrations in the blood during periods when the animal may be receiving an inadequate copper intake. The recommended dosage should maintain adequate copper levels for the whole grazing season unless more frequent dosing is required on veterinary advice.

Content per capsule: Copper oxide

Animax Copinox - 4g x250 - Sheep/Calf

112751
Copper oxide rods are released in the reticulo-rumen passing slowing through the ruminant stomachs for a period of 2 to 3 months. Exposure to abomasal acidity causes slow particle solution, enabling partial absorption to take place. The copper stored in the liver then acts as a depot from which copper is slowly released to maintain normal concentrations in the blood during periods when the animal may be receiving an inadequate copper intake. The recommended dosage should maintain adequate copper levels for the whole grazing season unless more frequent dosing is required on veterinary advice.

Content per capsule: Copper oxide