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Sheep Boost with Copper - 5Ltr

The ultimate solution for copper-dependent sheep. Facilitates absorption and retention of essential trace elements and vitamins, supporting optimal health, fertility, and thriving in sheep that require copper.

- Packed with fully protected MACC chelates, our formula ensures optimal nutrient absorption. Give your flock the essential minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, and trace elements they need for optimal health and growth.

- Sheep Boost with Copper delivers substantial levels of crucial vitamins (A, E, D3, B1), promoting robust immune function, energy metabolism, and overall health in sheep. Enhances colostrum quality, nutrient absorption, and potential infection resistance, leading to superior performance.

- Sheep Boost Copper contains Fish Oils (Omega 3 & 6) that support normal brain function and joint development in sheep, unlocking the potential for healthier brains and stronger joints.

- Sheep Boost with Copper incorporates protected Copper, which is crucial for developing sturdy bones, and robust connective tissues and supporting reproductive health in sheep. It improves coat colour, and hair quality, reduces infections, and enhances hoof quality.

- A unique blend of trace elements and vitamins promotes healthy development, accelerated growth, and optimal cell replication in lambs. It helps to improve lambing rates, enhances survival rates, and boosts farm profitability.

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SKU: 165884


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