10-gram bolus provides the following nutrients daily for 140 days
5 mg copper per day
0.2 mg cobalt per day
0.12 mg selenium per day
4.4 mg manganese per day
7 mg zinc per day
0.6 mg iodine per day
0.36 mg vitamin A per day
1/2 mg vitamin E per day
- Reduces the risk of nutrient deficiency in small ruminants especially in the grazing condition (sheep and goats).
- During a 140 days period the bolus gradually provides micro-minerals and vitamins that are usually deficient in the forage of most Iranian pasturelands.
- SR bolus are free from hormonal chemicals and antibiotics; therefore, they are safe to use without any impact on the animal products including milk and meat.
- Strengthens the immune system of livestock and reduces the chances of various diseases in the cattle.
- Improves the reproductive efficiency of the cattle and reduces the percentage of no pregnant ewe and goats.
- Improves the mating ability and increases sperm fertility in rams and male goats at the beginning of the mating season.
- Improves the growth rate of lambs and goats in the embryonic period and increases their birth weight.
- Improve the quality of colostrum and the milk
- Feed one bolus for every 25 to 30 kg of live weight.
- The best time to use the bolus is late summer and early autumn (before the start of the mating season)
- Do not manipulate livestock diet while using the bolus.
- Do not use injectable mineral or vitamin supplements or drinks for up to 140 days, unless instructed by your veterinarian
- Keep the boluses in a cool, dry place.
- Avoid feeding blues to livestock weighing less than 25 kg.
- Avoid dropping the boluses on hard surfaces; avoid using broken and cracked boluses.
- Keep boluses away from sunlight and keep them out of the reach of children