Net-Tex Cobalt Selenium B12 Drench

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Net-Tex Cobalt Selenium B12 Drench

Unlock performance potential with this specific trace element and vitamin supplement for cattle and sheep.

  • Large areas of the UK are cobalt and selenium deficient, practices such as liming and pasture improvement have exacerbated this situation
  • Cobalt is essential for growth and development of young stock and has important implications in ruminant fertility
  • Animals deficient in cobalt and selenium will substantially under per form
  • Cobalt, Selenium and Vitamin B12 also contains additional vitamins A, D,E and B1 for added performance potential
  • Cobalt, Selenium and Vitamin B12 Drench should only be fed to animals requiring an additional source of these elements

Contains: Propan 1,2-diol, cane molasses ,amino acids, vitamins and minerals

Application, lambs: 6-12 weeks, 2ml | 3-6 months, 3-5ml | mature, 5ml
Application, calves: 4+ weeks, 5ml | yearlings, 10ml | mature, 15ml

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