Go-Biotic 2g probiotic sachet

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Go-Biotic 2g probiotic sachet

A probiotic preparation for goats, sheep, alpacas, llamas and other ruminants comprising freeze-dried cultures of live bacteria formulated for use as a nutritional aid in conditions of anticipated stress. These include re-housing, transporting, de-horning, parturition, castration, weaning etc. Go-biotic is neither a drug nor a medicine and is completely safe to use. The naturally occurring bacteria in Go-Biotic have been selected for their proven beneficial effects and optimum proliferation, helping to maintain a stable intestinal population and assisting in crowding out harmful bacteria in the gut.Ingredients: Dextrose Monohydrate and Enterococcus Faecium. Directions for use: A single introductory dose should be administered as soon as possible after birth and thereafter at times of particular stress. Animals that are scouring, off feed or showing obvious signs of illness can also be safely fed Go Biotic. Sprinkle the contents of the Go Biotic sachet on to the daily feed ration. Alternatively mix with milk re-placer for feeding to kids or use as a drench by dissolving in approximately 20 ml of warm water (not above 48C). Store in a cool dry place.

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