Neutvets POWER MILK
Cattle, buffaloes, sheep, goats, chickens, horses, pigs, and fish eat Power Milk as a feed additive, rabbits, and mule that has a unique blend of minerals, vitamins, and plant extract. Iron is found in the form of ferric, phosphorus is found in the form of sodium acid phosphate, and calcium is found in the form of calcium gluconate in power milk. Minerals in this form are absorbed quickly and directly in the animal intestine. Power milk's immediate action is due to its quick availability.
Vitamin D3 and B12 are found in power milk. Vitamin D3 aids in the absorption and assimilation of calcium and phosphorus, both of which are essential for the formation and maintenance of strong bones. It could potentially have a role in cell growth regulation and immune system health. Because poultry are not exposed to sunlight, they require vitamin D3 supplementation. Vitamin D deficiency results in rickets in young animals and osteomalacia in adults.
Vitamin B 12 aids in the maintenance of a healthy neural system as well as the production of red blood cells. Calcium and phosphorus are two elements that are critical for strong bones and the prevention of osteoporosisIron deficiency anaemia is caused by a lack of iron. Plant extracts in power milk give natural hormones and enzymes that help to keep milk, egg, and meat production of high quality. Rickets, osteomalacia hypocalcemia, osteoporosis, milk fever, and anaemia are all treated with this supplement.
Vitamin A boosts productivity, infection resistance, and fertility. The ability of cattle and sheep to withstand Pinkeye and Scours is dependent on vitamin A.
• It aids in the improvement of milk quality and output.
• Aids in the improvement of an animal's general health.
• It aids in the improvement of appetite.
• Prevent osteoporosis and hypocalcemia in animals.
• Prevent milk fever in animals.
• Prevent anaemia caused by an iron shortage in animals.
• It aids in the digestion of food.
• It aids in the growth and quality of eggs.
• It aids in the development of muscular and bone strength in horses, dogs, and other animals.
• It aids in increased meat production in sheep, goats, broilers, and other livestock.
After one or two weeks of administering Power milk to dairy animals, you will notice that their skin glows.
Adult animal - 20ml. twice a day.
Young animal - 10 ml. twice a day.
Dogs - 5 ml. Twice a day.
Pups - 5 ml. / day.
Poultry (100 birds) chicks - 10 ml /day
Growers n broilers - 20 ml /day
Layers - 50 ml/day
Note: After birth, give 100 ml Powermilk each day for at least 3-4 days, then resume your regular Powermilk dose as directed above. This will assist the animal in regaining calcium from its body and preventing milk fever as well as hypocalcaemia (calcium deficiency).