This double sided metallic foil blanket is excellent for aiding in body temperature recovery in cases of hypothermia and animals suffering from shock.It reflects back up to 80% of the patient’s body heat thereby reducing temperature loss..
This is a 1oz (30ml) single-use sachet of sterile nonspermicidal water-soluble lubricant ideal for use in artificial insemination and specialist procedures.The small tear-top sachet ensures reproductive and other sensitive procedures are not endangered by contaminated lubrication gel...
Standard roll-up fabric tape. Please select which type you require.Calf: especially for Holstein dairy calves from newborn to 280lb (127kg). Available imperial only.Veal: for estimated weights of veal calves from 65 to 460lb (30- 200kg). (Veal calves are presumed to..
A subcutaneous infusion of calcium for the treatment of hypocalcaemia (Milk Fever) in cattleActive ingredientCalcium (as Ca Gluconate) – 16.7g/500ml
*Equivalent to 400g/L Calcium BorogluconateIndications (uses)For the treatment of hypocalcaemia (Milk Fever)Dosage and admin..
Cowslips are a prosthetic device to treat lameness in cows and are like an artificial hoof which helps provide relief of load bearing on the damaged hoof, thus allowing healing to occur. Before fitting a Cowslip the hoof should be lifted and cleaned and the cause of the lameness dete..
Ecogan examination gloves are Genia's 'economy' offering. These gloves are rated 'medium' for 'feel' and puncture-resistance. They are intended for single-use applications where low-cost is most important.
25 microns, 100-pack...
Pinkeye is most often a late-summer problem, generally caused by bacteria from flies or insects entering the eye of calf or adult. The bacteria melt the surface of the eye causing an ulcer to develop.
Early identification and treatment is the key to control of this painful disease. After treatment ..
Bloat can occur in any type of ruminant, and generally occurs when they start grazing on very lush feed. It can also occur when feeding grain.Bloat needs to be treated, because if it goes unchecked it can cause excess pressure on the animail’s diaphragm and lungs, and in the worst case sce..