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Hypocalcemia management
Electropidolate Max
Electropidolate Max

Electropidolate Max

Milk fever or clinical hypocalcemia is a major threat. It can affect up to one cow of ten in dairy herds. Subclinical hypocalcemia, which affects 25% of cows from their first lactation*, is less well-known because not so obvious. However it causes many health problems such as retained placenta, difficult calving, metritis, ketosis, mastitis, reproductive disorders, drop in production, increased culling rate, etc.

*Reinhardt TA et al (Vet J. 2011 Apr;188(1):122-4)

 

Species


Cattle (Cows over 400kg)

Composition

  • CALCIUM PIDOLATE
  • MAGNESIUM PIDOLATE

Protocol


1 sachet (2 boluses) per cow at the first signs of calving = 40 hour action

Benefits


BETTER RECOVERY AFTER CALVING

REGULATION OF CALCEMIA DURING CALVING PERIOD

Significantly increases Calcemia in all cows supplemented (p = 0.06), including:

    • Cows in their 3rd lactation (p = 0.16)
    • Cows with a history of milk fever (p = 0.09)
    • Cows with BSC < 3.5 (p = 0.01)

 

INCREASES MILK PRODUCTION UP TO 30%

  • G1: 7.56 g Ca-1.19 g Mg (2 x VETALIS bolus)
  • G2: 11.34 g Ca-1.785g Mg (3 x VETALIS bolus)
  • G3: Negative control
  • G4: 129 g Ca (3 x bolus of Ca)
  • G5: 156 g Ca-135g P – 2.4g Mg (3 x gel vials)

Suitable applicator


Reference of bolus applicator suitable for this product: L019 / L020

Please remember that it is recommended to change the rubber tips regularly. This item is available for sale separately.

Packaging

  • Box : 12 sachets containing each 2 bolus of 122g
  • Pack : 25 sachets containing each 2 bolus of 122g