CoseIcure Sheep bolus (50 pack)
What is Coseicure?
CoseIcure Sheep is a unique, soluble glass trace element bolus for sheep, which delivers rumen-available ionic copper, ionic cobalt, iodine and selenium to the animal at a controlled and constant rate for up to eight months.
CoseIcure Sheep contains a unique form of copper called ionic copper which is active at the same pH as the rumen. Cosecure Sheep’s unique soluble glass is designed to dissolve at a controlled rate, meaning there are no peaks or troughs in supplementation.
For the supply of ionic copper, ionic cobalt, iodine and selenium to sheep at a controlled and constant rate, for up to eight months.
For supplementation of sheep over 30kg at risk from copper, selenium and iodine deficiencies, and for the improvement of cobalt supply. The bolus supplies these trace elements at a controlled and constant rate for up to 8 months.
How to administer and quantities to provide:
Remove the bolus from the foil and ensure the bolus is as close to body temperature as possible at the time of administration. Sheep over 30kg: 1 bolus
For all classes of sheep over 30 kg live weight, one CoseIcure bolus may be given at any convenient time in the sheep management year. It
is particularly appropriate to give CoseIcure 2 to 3 weeks prior to tupping for cover at this critical time, through to lambing and peak lactation.
- Unique soluble glass formulation ensures controlled delivery of trace elements
- Rumen-available trace elements
Trace elements are essential for fertility
The body cannot store cobalt so a continuous supply is vital
Required for growth and fertility
Needed for immunity, fertility & the prevention of white muscle disease
Stimulates metabolism and promotes absorbtion of B12
Trace elements in any form should only be given where a need to do so has been diagnosed by your vet, nutritionist or animal health adviser.
There is increased risk of copper toxicity associated with housed sheep and certain sheep breeds.
Please seek professional advice before using Cosecure or CoseIcure boluses in sheep/lambs housed or to be housed when the product is still active.
Please seek professional advice before using Cosecure or CoseIcure boluses in continental breeds and Blue Faced Leicesters which are more prone to copper toxicity.