Solution for the oral treatment of pregnancy toxaemia in sheep and acetonaemia in cattle.
- Acetonaemia or ketosis in cattle
- Pregnancy toxaemia in sheep
Propylene glycol is an effective antiketogenic agent; cobalt chloride promotes the synthesis and utilisation of volatile fatty acids; choline chloride is a lipotrophic agent which assists in fatty acid metabolism.
Sheep: 50mL twice daily
Cattle: 200mL twice daily on the first day, reducing to 100mL daily for a further 3 days