Biochem Products Diseases Dairy Decreased resistance

Decreased resistance

Factors that affect resistance are infectious diseases, feed, stress and accommodation. Ensuring proper feed and a reduction in stress, in combination with the control of infectious diseases, results in increased resistance. The higher the cow’s resistance, the lower the risk of infection. When there is a low risk of infection and high resistance, the cow is healthy. A cow with good resistance will less readily develop abcesses, mastitis / inflammation of  the udder or womb.

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Flash Bolus

The Flash Bolus is a supplementary animal feed (mineral feed). It has been developed to boost disease resistance and body condition. It contains a mix of carefully selected herbal extracts, prebiotics and vitamins.

  • Flash Bolus

    To boost udder health

    The Flash Bolus is a supplementary animal feed (mineral feed), developed to support problems with udder health. The bolus contains a mix of carefully selected herbal extracts, prebiotics and vitamins. Weaker animals or animals that are under stress (for example, around the time of calving) run an increased risk of infections, udder problems and reduced milk production. It is essential that the animal is kept in optimal condition. The Flash bolus naturally boosts the udder health of the cow. This bolus requires no waiting time before milk and meat consumption.

Udder Vital Bolus

The Udder-vital Bolus is a supplementary animal feed (mineral feed) to boost the animal’s resistance, udder vitality and condition. The bolus has been developed to  provide many beneficial health effects and has broad applicability; it also helps to reduce the use of antibiotics.

  • Udder Vital Bolus

    To boost udder vitality and resistance.

    The Udder-Vital Bolus is a supplementary animal feed (mineral feed) to boost the animal’s udder vitality and general resistance. The bolus has been developed to provide many beneficial health effects and has broad applicability. It also helps to reduce the use of antibiotics.

    The Udder-Vital Bolus can be used for weak animals, animals with somatic cell count problems, and during the transition period (during dry-off periods and when milking restarts). Good resistance will prevent many problems. The Udder-Vital Bolus is a slow release bolus over a period of approximately 7 days. The bolus requires no waiting time before milk and meat can be delivered for consumption.