Under most conditions, re-administration not needed for another 12 months
A range of slow release boluses for ruminants.
Each Copasure 12.5 bolus contains 12.5 gm copper oxide particles. Each Copasure 25 bolus contains 25 gm copper oxide particles.
Directions: Seek the advice of a veterinarian or cattle husbandry specialist to ascertain copper status and the type of supplementation required for cattle under consideration.
Copasure 12.5 gm - Calves 150 to 500 lbs and over 3 months old: Administer 1 bolus orally with a suitable balling gun.
Copasure 25 gm - Adult cattle over 500 lbs: Administer 1 bolus orally with a suitable balling gun. Adult cattle in situations of very low copper status may be given 2 boluses.
Administer only intact boluses, do not crush or break. Do not administer to cattle of unknown copper status or those supplemented with other sources of copper. Do not use in cattle suffering from jaundice or any other liver disorder. Under most conditions, readministration will not be necessary for at least 12 months. Excessive levels of molybdenum, sulfur, selenium, or iron in feed or water may impair copper absorption. Do not administer 12.5 gm to newborn calves. Copper toxicity in neonates has been reported. Do not administer to sheep.