Dairy Cow Minerals - No Copper


A water-soluble multimineral supplements for dairy cows

Directions for use

For daily use through a dispenser or drenching system as an aid in the management of trace element deficiencies in dairy cows.
Dose rate: 10g per cow per day

Mixing: Dissolve required quantity of dry mix into a bucket of warm water then add required quantity of Iodine and Selenium. It is recommended to use a minimum dilution rate of 10L of water per 1kg of dry mix for drenching. For dosatron or trough dispenser system add the concentrated solution as required.


Do not administer to cows suspected of having liver fluke infection, ragwort poisoning, facial eczema or liver damage without careful evaluation of copper levels.

Do not administer at the same time as bloat drenches as their effectiveness may be reduced. (Oesophageal groove may close diverting bloat oil away from the rumen.)

Do not supplement animals with any additional minerals unless on the advice of a veterinarian.

Do not use at the same time as any other selenised fertiliser, prill or product without consulting a veterinarian.

In sheep liver, level of copper may be quite variable. Consequently there is always a risk of copper poisoning occurring if there is additional supplementation in these species.

Store under dry conditions away from possible contaminants.

For animal treatment only

Active Ingredients

Manganese 49, Zinc 1317, Sodium 3108, Cobalt 38

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Essential Trace Elements


Suitable For

  • Cattle