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IT'S TIME FOR PRE-CALVING multimin-wordmark & SCOURs VACCINE INJECTIONS!

The trace mineral status of a pregnant dam is reflected in her calf. If the cow or heifer dam is trace mineral deficient, the calf may be stillborn, weak at birth or sick with scours after birth.

Sure Trace Mineral Supply by Timed Injection TM

WHY DO WE CARE ABOUT THE PRE-CALVING MINERAL STATUS OF THE COW AND HEIFER?

During the third trimester of pregnancy, the pregnant dam transfers trace minerals through the placenta to the fetus to support fetal development and the health of her newborn calf.

A retrospective study1 looking at the trace mineral status of 2,080 dairy and beef cow herds showed the following:

1. Effects of copper, zinc and selenium status on performance and health in commercial dairy and beef herds: retrospective study. Enjalbert F. et al.

Just like human babies, calves thrive better when their moms are in a positive nutritional state during pregnancy. Pregnant cows and heifers also need prenatal supplements such as trace minerals:

Inject MULTIMIN® 90 because:

By injecting MULTIMIN® 90 4-12 weeks before calving, you ensure that every pregnant dam is properly supplemented with copper, selenium, zinc and manganese.

Add to your profitability!

At the label dose of 1ml/200lbs body weight for a 1,200lb cow over 2 years of age, the dose for MULTIMIN® 90 is 6ml. This 2-in-1 treatment for the cow and her fetus is less than $3

Beef

Dairy

TRACE MINERAL DEFICIENCIES IMPAIR RESPONSE TO VACCINATION!

In pregnant cattle, this means low quality colostrum and newborn calves with scours

The new study indicated that:

Calves that drank the better-quality colostrum tended to have more specific antibodies for better scours protection.

NEW STUDY DATA – Pregnant Angus cows (approx. 6.5 months of pregnancy) were treated with MULTIMIN® 90 at the same time as two scours prevention vaccinations.
Reference: Injection of trace minerals (Zn, Se, Cu & Mn) enhances Bovine coronavirus antibody response to vaccination and subsequent passive transfer in beef cows with marginal trace mineral deficiencies. 
 
Francesca Granberry, Roberto A. Palomares, Rebecca Elrod, Adriana Rodríguez, Nicholas Rinke, Kelsea Guest, Alejandro Hoyos-Jaramillo, Sara Kirks, Jeremiah Saliki, Maria S. Ferrer, Robyn Ellerbrock, Alivia Rohrer.  Group for Reproduction in Animals Vaccinology and Infectious Diseases (GRAVID™). Departments of Population Health and Large Animal Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.
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