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Our COSEICURE Boluses

Our COSEICURE soluble glass boluses supply rumen-available copper, cobalt, selenium and iodine in ionic form, at a controlled and constant rate, for up to 6 months in cattle and up to 8 months in sheep.

Dissolution of bolus over a number of months

bolus-progression

The bolus dissolves at a controlled and constant rate for up to 6 months in cattle and up to 8 months in sheep, continuously delivering essential trace elements to the animal

Indications: For supplementation of animals at risk from copper, selenium and iodine deficiencies, and for the improvement of cobalt supply

COSEICURE boluses contain copper, selenium, cobalt and iodine

Copper

COSEICURE boluses have a unique ionic copper formulation. The unique, ionic copper is rumen-available.

Selenium

Selenium deficiency can result in White Muscle Disease, impaired reproduction, retained placenta, reduced immunity and reduced milk production.

Cobalt

Cobalt is required for the production of vitamin B12, which is important for thrive and fertility. The body has no capacity to store cobalt, meaning cobalt must be continuously supplied.

Iodine

Animals deficient in iodine can suffer from a range of problems, including poor growth, weight loss, impaired reproductive health, reduced bone growth, decreased milk yields, calves born hairless and lambs born weak or dead.

*COSEICURE boluses are not a registered medicine, such as require authorisation by the IMB


Our COSEICURE boluses contain:

13.4% Ionic Copper
0.50% Ionic Cobalt
0.15% Selenium (as sodium selenate)
1.00% Iodine (as calcium iodate)

Meat & Milk Usage:
Meat, milk and offal may be used directly after administration

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  • Iodine deficiency is a geographical problem and occurs when:

    • Feeds and water are low in iodine
    • Lime & manure have been spread; which can reduce iodine levels in pasture
    • Goitrogenic substances are present in feed, eg. kale
    • Chemicals block thyroid uptake of iodine
  • Signs of Iodine Deficiency

    • Hairlessness in new-born calves
    • Decreased milk yields
    • Reduced hormone secretion and reproductive health
    • Reduced bone growth and skeletal development
    • Poor growth and weight loss
  • Products In the CoseIcure Range

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    coseicure-cattle
    Each box contains
    20 boluses
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    coseicure-sheep
    Each box contains
    50 boluses
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