A.B.C.’s Food for the Microflora of the Gut in ALL ANIMAL Species - For Holistic Disease Prevention
PRO BI™ is a biological feed additive designed to maximize digestive efficiency. An animal’s beneficial intestinal bacteria can be destroyed or depleted and the pH of their environment can be altered during times of stress. Competition, travel, breeding, treatment with antibiotics, de-wormers and other medications can cause this stress. Stress can also be created by alterations of weather, environment, feed, and water. PRO BI™ does not need to be refrigerated. It has NO EXPIRATION DATE.
Ingredients - Purified Water, Liquid Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product, Yucca Schidigera Extract, Organic Aloe Vera Gel Concentrate, Lactic Acid, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Barley Hulls, Salt, Yeast Culture, Organic Ginger, Organic Peppermint, Organic Sweet Orange Peel, Organic Dandelion, Organic Violet Leaves, Organic Gentian Root.
Feeding Rates: DIRECTIONS: Horses:
Use before, during and after travel and competition. Along with de-wormers, antibiotic and other drug therapies. Use also with alterations of feed, water and/or environment: 7.5 cc (ml) twice daily, orally or with feed. Foals:
Administer 15 cc (ml) shortly after birth.
10 cc (ml) daily.
Swine: Baby Pigs: 1 cc (ml) twice daily syringed or 2 cc (ml) per gallon of milk replacer.
Cows: 30 cc (ml) daily on feed, tubed or syringed orally. Calves: Administer 10 cc (ml) shortly after birth.
Receiving or Calves with reduced feed intake: 10 cc (ml) daily for 7 days on feed or syringed orally. Maintenance for Calves: 5 cc (ml) daily on feed as needed.
PRO BITM may be used with milk replacer as indicated below:
Receiving: 2 cc (ml) per calf per day for 7 days.
Maintenance: 1 cc (ml) per calf per day.
Note: Can be syringed, if needed. (Can be used with veal calves.)
Certificates - USDA Certified Organic
Policies - All the statements within have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.