Restricted Drug (California) - Use Only As Directed. We cannot ship this product to California. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Injectable A+D Tocopherol (Vitamins A, D3, and E)
Injectable Vitamin E-AD-300 by AgriLabs is a source of Vitamin A, D, and E. Use for beef and dairy cattle.
Each mL contains: 100,000 I.U. vitamin A, 10,000 I.U. vitamin D3, and 300 I.U. vitamin E (as d-alphatocopherol, a natural source of vitamin E).
Intramuscular or subcutaneous administration in cattle only. Administration may be repeated as needed. If the dose is greater than 5 mL, equally divide the dose and inject in two separate sites.
Paste Supplement for Neonatal Beef and Dairy Calves
Achieve Pro with Cryptex effectively supports calves during times of stress. It contains a scientifically formulated blend of beneficial microorganisms, nutrients, targeted proteins and a proprietary matrix of polysaccharides and yeast extract to help calves through periods of stress, particularly in the first 14 days of life when calves are most vulnerable to disease.
Unfortunately, not every calf receives the proper amount of quality colostrum at the right time following birth. Adverse environmental conditions such as mud, poor water, feces, inclement weather, and crowding can leave newborn calves vulnerable during the first couple weeks of life. This can lead to sickness in the calf.
Available as a 60 gm paste for easy use in newborn calves.
Amino Acid Supplement
AgriLabs Amino Acid Solution (Concentrate) is used as a supplemental nutritive source of concentrated amino acids, B complex vitamins, dextrose, and electrolytes. Administer orally as a drench. Safe for use in cattle and horses. The usual recommended dose in adult cattle and horses is 50 to 500 mL depending on animal size and condition.
Anti-Diarrheal Palatable Oral Suspension
AgriLabs Bismuth is a palatable oral suspension for use as an aid in controlling simple diarrhea in cattle, horses, dogs and cats. Safe for use in foals and calves. If diarrhea persists after using this product for 2 days, consult veterinarian.