Re-Sorb Oral Hydration, Electrolyte Product
Oral rehydration treatment to replace lost fluids in scouring calves. Provides other electrolytes, glucose and glycine. Give orally at the 1st signs of scours. For 2 days feed in place of milk; then reduce quantity and mix with milk for 2 more days. Mix 1 pkt with 2 quarts water for 1 feeding.
Key Facts of Re-Sorb®:
- Rapidly replenishes lost electrolytes and fluids in the scouring calf
- Oral dosing permits fluid replacement at first signs of scours
- Easy to mix, dissolves rapidly, stays in solution
- Palatable formula tastes good, avoids stress of tube feeding
Not Labeled for Goats!
Any use of a product that is not clearly defined on the label directions should only be done under supervision of a qualified veterinary professional.
- Brand: Zoetis
- Ingredient: Sodium Chloride,Potassium Phosphate,Citric Acid,Anhydrous,Potassium Citrate,Glucose,Aminoacetic Acid
- Form: Drinking Water
- Size: 2.26 oz
"Using this product for years on goats"
Easy to mix in water and they drink it easily. you can see they respond and brighten up from drinking this product after kidding or bad scours.
"Works great and they drink it easily."
We raise Boer Goats and this product has been very helpful to us. It really perks them up if they are scouring or if they have just kidded and are tired. I only offer one pack in a course of a day unless they are scouring severely then I may offer two free choice in a gallon of warm drinking water. I have had does literally drink the entire gallon of water after adding a pack into it, with a couple tablespoons of mollasses.
"Best stuff ever!"
We've lost several calves before coming across this stuff, and now we always keep enough on hand for 2 cows at all times. Follow the directions and your calf will be up and running in no time!
"This product is a great help when we first get our calves shipped in or are having issues with scours. It mixes really easily and is perfect for mixing ""in bottle"" in a pinch. Calves take to it really well and it isn't a thick gel like some (which we have never really had much luck with). I raise A LOT of bottle calves and this is a MUST HAVE in my book. "