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Manna Pro® Bounce Back®
A multi-species electrolyte supplement formulated to meet the needs of many species. Contains dextrose which provides a high level of energy. For use in times of stress.
Bounce Back® Electrolyte Features:
- elk calves
- baby pigs
Add powder to warm water and stir to dissolve completely.
See label for feeding instructions.
- Brand: Manna Pro
- Ingredient: Dextrose,Sodium Chloride,Sodium Bicarbonate,Potassium Chloride
- Form: Drinking Water
- Size: 4 oz,4 lb
"Best stuff i ever used"
Got a foal that was a twin and had been starved down. He wouldn't take a bottle of milk so I made a bucket of this and he put his nose in it and drank it right down. He came alive and is doing great! I give him a bucket of this every day along with giving him his buckets of milk. Good stuff!
"Excellent electrolyte to keep on hand"
Easy to reconstitute and use. I always keep a few 4 oz. packages on hand just in case I run out of the 4 pound package. Very cost effective and works well with calves, lambs and goat kids.
Use this for my Goats when I am treating cocciddia. adding this twice a day around the 5 day Corid treatment Really makes a difference .
"MUST HAVE FOR LIVESTOCK"
I have used this on my horses, goats and dog. A must have in case of sickness. My goats just suck this down and I have never had a problem with palatability. My suggestion is to offer it to the animal before you have a do or die situation so that they know what it is before hand. This product has saved more than once ......
this product works well ad is easy to use. Unlike other products I've used this product so far has always been pristine in the bag, never clumped or discolored or grotty. Dissolves quickly. When treating animal diarrheas (I raise goats) always stop all food and water and give only correctly mixed BOUNCE BACK as much as desired FOR 3 FULL DAYS. It takes an absolute minimum of 3 full days for the lining of the gut to regenerate itself, and some say 4 days. Do not feed even if the animal appears well or improved before a full 72 hours. Undertreated diarrhea often will not respond to a second treatment if the first was too brief.