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Provita Protect

Oral supplement providing high-level multi-strain probiotic bacteria to prevent diarrhoea in newborn calves. Give to new born calves at birth; bought-in calves; after digestive upset or after antibiotic therapy. Proven to reduce calf scour by 83% and increase growth rate by 31%. The only licensed probiotic.

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Provita WD Powder Ruminant

Liquid dispersible probiotic to aid the maintenance of a healthy gut flora.

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Provita Response Paste 

Oral paste providing energy, colostrum, probiotic bacteria, egg powder and vitamins to help kick-start the newborn calves.

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Provita Response Calf Capsule

Oral capsule providing colostrum, probiotic bacteria, egg powder and vitamins to help kick start newborn calves.

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Provita Calf Colostrum Concentrate 

Concentrated colostrum powder with active proteins, probiotics and vitamins to provide calves with a complete colostrum feed.

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Provita Prolyte Extra

Oral powder electrolyte plus probiotic bacteria to rehydrate calves and re-establish probiotic bacteria in the gut.

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Provita Whole Milk Acidifier

A blend of organic acids and egg powder to aid the digestion of whole milk and a health start. Farm trials have shown increased intakes and improved growth rates.

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Provita Promist

Organic acid and herb liquid for misting into the air in houses with poor ventilation to purifier the air and to decongest cattle. Approximately £2 per head per winter.

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