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The Proof

Still questioning whether you should inject your herd with MULTIMIN® 90? Watch the videos below and let the science speak for itself.

“Effects of Prepartum and Postpartum Bolus Injections of Trace Minerals on Performance of Beef Cows and Calves Grazing Native Range” – The Professional Animal Scientist American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists (ARPAS)

Prof. K.C. Olson, Kansas State University Department of Animal Sciences summarizes the results from the study to explore the correlation between MULTIMIN® 90 trace mineral injectable and the reproductive performance of well -nourished cows.

“Injectable Trace Mineral Supplementation Improves Sperm Motility and Morphology of Young Beef Bulls” – The Professional Animal Scientist American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists (ARPAS)

Prof. K.C. Olson, Kansas State University Department of Animal Sciences discusses the relationship between trace mineral status, bull fertility, and the impact MULTIMIN® 90 can have on sperm cell motility and morphology.

“Evaluation of Response and Safety to Parenteral Trace Mineral Supplementation in Idaho Neonatal Dairy Hutch Calves” – American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) Proceedings

Dr. Craig Louder DVM, at High Desert Veterinary Services in Jerome, Idaho explains a University of Idaho and Washington State University study that showed how MULTIMIN® 90 can safely and effectively be used in newborn dairy calves.

“Reduction in Morbidity and Mortality of Dairy Calves from an Injectable Trace Mineral Supplement” – Vet Record the Official journal of the British Veterinary Association (BVA)

Dr. Craig Louder DVM, at High Desert Veterinary Services in Jerome, Idaho discusses a published study indicating that injection of trace minerals appears to be an effective way of improving welfare and health of calves on pastoral New Zealand dairy farms.

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Transition Dairy Cows, Newborn Dairy Calves, & MULTIMIN® 90 – Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Research

Associate Professor at Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, Rodrigo Bicalho, DVM, PhD, discusses the latest research published in the Journal of Dairy Science which explores the effect of MULTIMIN® 90 on the health and production of transition dairy cows and the health of newborn dairy calves.

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