Description of PHOSPHORE

Phosphorus is important in the prevention of deficiencies in cattle. It is used during relapses of milk fever with normal calcium levels and during hypophosphatemia or hypokalemia during which calcium intake can be harmful.

Phosphorus deficiencies in cows are often implicated in the relapse of milk fevers. Venous intake is only active for 90 minutes, therefore oral relay is essential.

Propylene Glycol is a precursor of glucose, it limits the risk of energy deficit and increases the energy intake without risk of acidosis while safely diversifying the metabolic pathways.


Phosphore, Potassium, Monopropylene Glycol