Contain per 1 ml: Vitamin D3                                              250 IU.
Vitamin B12                                         0.005 mg.
Phosphorus (Phosphoric acid 85%, phosphorus 30%)           8.75 mg.
Calcium (Calcium chloride63.11%)    17.5 mg.
Mono propylene glycol                            50 mg.
Distilled Water Add up to                          1 ml.
Vitamin D3 regulates and corrects calcium and phosphate metabolism and heameostasis in blood.
plays an important role in the uptake of calcium and phosphate from the intestines and aids in controlling the rate of deposit and resorption of minerals from bone.
Especially in young , growing animals vitamin D3 is essential for normal growth and development of skeleton and teeth.
vitamin D deficiencies have been shown to result in rickets, hypocalcemia and the development of degenerative muscle.
Vitamin D supplementation may also be useful when animals suffer from inadequate sunlight exposure, when they are moved away from pasture feeding systems toward confinement feeding of stored feeds or when the roughage in the diet is decreased.
• Osteoporosis prevention, strengthens bones and prevent rickets.
• Improve egg shell quality.
• Compensate salts deficiency.
• In heat stress cases.
• Improvement of feed conversion rate.
Poultry: 2ml /1 liter drinking water.
100, 250, 500 ml, 1, 5,10, 20, 25, 200 liter.

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