Focus Oral Calming Liquid keeps show animals calm and focused without the risk of drowsiness. Contains a blend of natural ingredients that provide a calming effect and take the edge off unruly animals during times of stress. Feed Focus Oral Calming Liquid 1-2 hours before time of activity. Administer by mouth or mix with a minimal amount of feed. Give cattle 15-30 ml; swine 10-15 ml; sheep and goats 5-10 ml. Benefits will last approximately 12 hours. Repeat as necessary. Contains thiamine. Contains 25 mg thiamine per ml. No withdrawal requirements.
Restore Electrolyte Supplement was developed for optimum fill and hydration of show livestock while at home and on the road. This high-energy electrolyte replenishes the hydration of the animal and restores depleted muscle cells, making them fuller and more hydrated. The flavor additive makes Restore a great way to get animals to drink on the road, helping mask the smell and taste of different water supplies. By top dressing this product in the weeks leading up to departure, you are allowing your animal to look their best, even in stressful times. While at the show, mix into each serving of water to achieve maximum fill and hydration. Cattle: Top dress 1 oz. on feed for 14 days prior to show. At the show, add 8 oz. per gallon of water every time you water animal. Optional- top dress 1 oz. per feeding at show. Hogs, sheep, and goats: Top dress 1/2 oz. on feed prior to show. At the show add 4 oz. per gallon of water every time you water. Optional- top dress 1/2 oz. per feeding at show. Powder.
Mor-Pow "RRR" is a combination of high energy products that are absorbed rapidly into show animals. Quickly restores fluid to the muscle tissue, promoting overall freshness and a more defined muscle appearance. Top dress, drench or add to water. Mix 3 to 5 oz. with 8 to 16 oz. water. Give every 2 hours for 6-12 hours prior to show. For all species except dairy cattle.
Sullivan's Show Road Supercharge B12 Paste is a balance of Vitamin B12, plus other essential vitamins and live, naturally occurring microorganisms to boost energy levels and fight fatigue in livestock during times of stress. Will help livestock that get run down while on the road, after travel, or weigh in. Give cattle 10-15 cc, horses 10 cc, swine 5-10 cc, sheep and goats 5 cc. Administer daily, or every 12 hours as needed.
Improved formulation of the original Magic combines the benefits of many supplements all into one complete package. Contains a combination high in proteins, concentrated minerals and vitamins digested in a high-fat (75%) liquid. Helps develop a healthy hair coat and increases bone growth, muscle tone, body fat, and feed efficiency while putting on an overall smooth appearance. Also gives feed a desirable flavor. Feed cattle 4-6 oz. per day, lambs 1-2 oz. per day, and pigs 3-5 oz. per day.
Sullivan's Alert is a caffeine and ginseng instant energy paste for cattle. Perfect for stubborn, lethargic and dead-headed cattle that act too tame and have no mo-jo. Sullivan's Alert is designed to perk up their metabolism, much like your morning coffee or energy drink does for you. Natural ingredients. Drug-free.
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