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15-0423Packaging of 50 envelopes

Bireidral 20gr+50gr


Animals, under normal breeding conditions, can be exposed to various stressful conditions, which lead to the appearance of the so-called “stress syndrome” which translates into:

dehydration due to fluid loss, changes in electrolytes due to loss of minerals, negative energy balance due to malnutrition, loss of appetite or alteration of the digestive process (diarrhea), metabolic acidosis due to loss of bicarbonate and lactic acid production, after tissue hypoxia.

BIREIDRAL 1+2 contains a hydrate with salts and amino acids as well as an energy boosting product for all farm animals whose components are well designed to restore normal saline homeostasis.

It provides the animal with an adequate amount of chloride in a normal proportion to the sodium ions and a sufficient amount of potassium ions. It provides readily available energy sources (dextrose and fructose) and the right amount of acids (citrate). The combined action of these ingredients helps in the complete recovery of the animals.

 

Bireidral 1

Composition per Kg: Sodium Chloride, Potassium Carbonate, Calcium Gluconate, Sucrose, Fructose, Magnesium Sulfate. Details: Calcium 0.9% – Phosphorus 0% – Magnesium 0.07% – Sodium 10.5% – Methionine 0% – Lysine 0% – Insoluble ash in 5% HCl.

 

Additions per Kg:
Connectors, anticoagulants and coagulants
E551a Dried precipitated silicic acid
Perfumes
Glycine150.000 mg

 

Bireidral 2

Composition per Kg: Dextrose, Sucrose, Fructose. Details: Crude protein 0% – Crude oils and fats 0% – Crude cellulose 0% – Crude ash 6% – Sodium 0% – Methionine 0% – Lysine 0% – Insoluble ash in 5% HCl

 

Additions per Kg:
Connectors, anticoagulants and coagulants
E551a Dried precipitated silicic acid60.000 mg

 

Instructions for use: Mix 50gr of BIREIDRAL 2 with 20gr of BIREIDRAL 1 for 2 liters of drinking water and administer the solution as follows.:

Calves: 1.5-2 liters daily in two meals.

Swints: 250 ml once daily for approximately 10 days.

Lamps/Goats: 400 ml daily in two meals.

Poultry/Rabbits: 2 liters per 10 liters of drinking water.