Failure of Passive Transfer: Can occur when calves do not receive adequate levels of globulin protein soon enough after birth. Maternal colostrum varies in its immunoglobulin content; using this product will nutritionally supplement the globulin protein available to the calf.
Diarrhea Control: Diarrhea is often a problem for calves that experience failure of passive transfer. The more globulin protein a calf receives within 24 hours of life the better opportunity the calf has to develop a strong immune system.
1. Empty the entire contents of this package into a pail.
2. Add approximately 1-1 1/2 quarts of lukewarm (no hotter than 110° F) water, liquid milk replacer, or colostrum and mix with a wire whisk.
For best results, administer with a nipple pail, bottle, or esophageal feeder within 10 hours after birth (immediately if practical). Be sure that the calf consumes the entire contents. Follow the normal feeding program after Colostrx Plus is administered.
Bovine Globulin Protein, minimum
Crude Protein, minimum
Crude Fat, minimum
Crude Fiber, maximum
Bovine Albumin, minimum
Bovine Serum, Dried Whey, Lecithin, Mineral Oil, Polyoxyethylene Glycol (400) Mono & Dioleates, Salt, Potassium Chloride, Natural & Artificial Flavors, Magnesium Sulfate.