Multimin Injection for Cattle
- Manganese EDTA @ 10.0 g/L
- Copper As Copper Disodium EDTA @ 15.0 g/L
- Selenium As Sodium Selenite @ 5.0 g/L
- Zinc As Zinc Disodium EDTA @ 40.0 g/L
Multimin Injection for Cattle is a Chelated trace mineral injection for beef and dairy cattle deficient in and/or responsive to manganese, zinc, selenium and/or copper supplementation.
What Is Multimin Injection for Cattle?
- Multimin is a unique 4 in 1 trace mineral injection that makes your herd ‘performance ready’ by improving fertility and immunity.
- Multimin enhances antioxidant systems to improve the health and performance of Cattle.
- Multimin is rapidly absorbed, readily utilised and provides prolonged antioxidant action to cover ‘high demand’ periods.
- Multimin is scientifically proven to improve the health and performance of livestock.
- Increasing the number of calves born earlier in the season, giving them an extra 20 to 40 days to perform to the best of their genetic potential.
- Improving all three parts of the immune system to make livestock ‘performance ready’.
Why Use Multimin?
- Boosts availability of essential trace minerals in ‘high demand’ periods.
- Absorbed into the blood within 8 hours and the liver within 24 hours.
- Prolonged antioxidant action for months. Balanced, chelated, and water-based formulation
- Can be used up to nine months after opening
Ideal for strategic management:
- Multimin Injection contains the four most essential trace minerals for reproduction, immunity and growth in a balanced formulation. The concept is to “top up” essential trace mineral levels prior to critical events such as calving and joining.
- Multimin Injection has been formulated to deliver a balanced ratio of zinc, manganese, copper and selenium that bypasses the rumen for direct uptake through the blood.
- An aqueous formulation minimises injection site pain and reactions that are sometimes associated with other trace mineral injections.
Why Top-up Trace Minerals?
- The focus of trace mineral supplementation has developed beyond correcting deficiency symptoms; rather strategic mineral supplementation is aimed at the optimisation of reproductive performance, immune function and growth.
- The optimisation of particular trace minerals and the correction of subclinical deficiency can result in significant improvements in productivity and Subsequently profitability.
Mineral shortages during critical events:
- The absorption of essential microminerals from feed or feed supplements is often not sufficient when the demand for these minerals is high.
- Appropriate supplementation can maximise trace mineral dependent enzyme functions during economically critical events.
- Injectable trace minerals have been shown to be an effective way to “top up” mineral levels prior to critical events such as calving, joining, or prior to times of reduced nutrition, such as drying off in dairy cows. This allows animals to maximise their production potential.
- Not all trace mineral responsive conditions of livestock are apparent as a clinical disease.
- Response to supplementation can be seen in the areas of fertility, immunity and growth in otherwise apparently healthy animals through the increase of trace element dependant enzymatic functions
Multimin Injection For Cattle Pack Sizes: 200mL & 500mL
Registrant: Virbac (Australia) Pty Ltd (APVMA #: 59628)
If higher levels of Zinc is required then Multimin Evolution Injection for Cattle is recommended.