20 boluses PR4295
Prolonged release/supply of copper
• 440-1100lbs: 1 bolus
|Copper content per bolus||
Copper oxide ≈ 30 g (equiv. 26.10 g elemental copper)
Trace element content per application
Cobalt 500mg, iodine 3400mg, selenium 500mg
Copasure Cattle Bolus
• Improve growth
• Assist fertility
Ideal to give
• At spring calving and
• 6 months later
*Source: Deland et al (1979) Copper administration to young calves: Oral dosing with copper oxide compared with s/c copper glycinate injection
Our Copper difference
Capsules and boluses* are inserted orally using a specially designed Animax applicator.
The copper oxide rods are released and lodge in the folds of the stomach lining.
Product is available either as a capsule or bolus in different countries.
The copper oxide needles are released in the rumen within 30 minutes of administration.
The needles pass slowly through the ruminant stomachs for a period of 2 to 3 months and the liver reserves are topped up.
Stores of copper build up in the liver, as the copper is absorbed in the abomasum (fourth stomach) at a steady rate.
The copper reserves that have built up in the liver are released gradually for approximately 6 months.