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Nettex Col-Late Rapid

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£37.20 £31.00

Gets ewes up and feeding within hours!

Multi Lamb Rapid is a fast working, energy complex for ewes carrying multiple lambs.

495ml (11 feeds)

  • Buy 4 for £35.64 £29.70 each and save 4%

When it is cold and wet and there is little energy and goodness in grass and forage, ewes will transfer their bodily reserves into their lambs, the result of this is the condition twin lamb disease.

A 45ml feed will provide a ewe with additional energy that she needs quickly. This may be particularly beneficial for exhausted ewes in supporting their energy needs at this crucial time.

Contains: Propan 1, 2 diol, cane molasses, amino acids, vitamins and minerals

 

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