An excellent source of immunoglobulins to supply total immunity
or to supplement the damís supply of colostrum
Brookside Bovine Colostrum Powder provides the three
main classes of immunoglobulins found in colostrum (IgG, IgM, IgA), which
are important to the survival and to the future health and growth of the
Brookside Bovine Colostrum Immunoglobulins are produced
from pure bovine colostrum which is collected from numerous dairy farms
which meet rigid specifications of (herd) health. The raw colostrum from
these operations is then blended together, which offers you, the user, a
very broad spectrum of immunoglobulins in a spray-dried form.
Brookside Bovine Colostrum contains a variety of
immunoglobulins, for specific bovine pathogens, such as E.coli, Salmonella
dublin, Brucella abortus, IBR, Clostridium perfingens, Haemophilus sommus.
Transplacental transfer of immunoglobulins does not
occur in the bovine, nor the swine. The placental attachment between the
dam and calf does not allow material protection to be passed on to the
newborn prior to birth. This means the newborn calf is entirely dependent
upon the ingestion and absorption of colostrum in order to gain the
required protection to survive in its environment.
Adequate immunoglobulins in the calvesí blood is a must
to provide protection from disease agents.
Total immunoglobulins: 15%
Recommended Dose Rate:
(For immunity transfer): 20-25 grams as early as possible after birth
(Supplemental immunoglobulins): For supportive therapy, 5-15 grams per day
as conditions warrant.
(Day one): 10grams/kg body weight (3 lb pig = 13.6grams)
(After day one): 2 grams/kg body weight. If conditions warrant, repeat
dosage (10 lb pig = 9.08 grams)
Cats & Dogs: Follow veterinarianís directions.
Dry powder (It may be mixed in a liquid suspension, milk replacer, or in
the regular drinking water, for forced or selective intake. It may also be
mixed in a dry diet when consumption begins).
25 kg drums
91% survival rate of
baby pigs on which Brookside Bovine colstrum was administered vs 16%
survival rate for the control demonstraters the success of Colostrum on
baby pigs very well.