Probios® Bovine One

Item #16565

$7.95 to $21.49

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Probios Products are good for: Incoming Cattle Hospital Therapy Newborn Calves Fresh Dairy Cows Bottle Calves Probios: Improves feed conversion Incre Read More

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$7.95

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Probios Products are good for:

  • Incoming Cattle
  • Hospital Therapy
  • Newborn Calves
  • Fresh Dairy Cows
  • Bottle Calves
Probios:
  • Improves feed conversion
  • Increases growth
  • Stimulates appetite
  • Helps livestock survive adverse conditions

Administer orally on back of tongue as needed. Newborn dairy calves, vealers, beef cattle under 400 lb -10 g; over 400 lb -15 g; feeder lambs, 5 g; adult sheep and goats, 10 g; dairy cows post-calving, 15 g; post-antibiotic therapy and surgery, 15 g.

IMPORTANT NOTE: 
300 mL tube Requires an applicator gun. See the Probios Applicator Gun. (Item code PN-P3) 

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "PROBIOS FOR DOGS"

    Eight years ago my Veterinarian recommended Priobios for my dogs. He told me that it can be used on any warm blooded animal. I've kept it on hand since; I buy the big tubes as I have 6 rescue dogs. If they get diarrhea, they get Probios. It usually clears that up within 48hrs sometimes in 24hrs. Excellant product and I wouldn't be withou it, keep 2 or 3 tubes on hand all the time.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Must have!"

    Pro-Bios is a MUST have in any barn! It will get the rumen started on any young goat. It will also keep it moving for older or sick animals. Pro bios is an excellent product that keeps the gut moving even in the worst times of stress.

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "A Goat Essential"

    "In my ""med"" kit is always a tube or more of probios. I raise a small herd of dairy goats and I wont ever be without this product. Probios are great for putting the natural bacterias back into the rumen which is essential for the life of the goat. Use as a simple upkeep or in an emergency when a goat is not eating. "

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