Prescription Trace Mineral Injection
Multimin™ is a unique, prescription only, combined trace mineral injection for cattle, containing: Zinc, Copper, Manganese and Selenium. Designed to supply trace minerals to correct clinical or subclinical deficiencies of the four trace minerals, which can arise during critical phases of the production cycle e.g. calving, breeding and vaccination
Product Features & Benefits:
Vet only prescription product: representing a new opportunity for practices and the ability to take ownership of trace mineral medicines.
Injectable: Not subject to interactions and absorption effects in the rumen. Fast-acting, convenient and reliable to administer, with no risk of regurgitation.
Supported by extensive evidence of efficacy with clinical field studies in over 6,000 cattle, 24 peer reviewed papers and successful in market use in other countries - providing peace of mind to prescribe.
Oxidative Stress : Its Effect on Calves and Weanlings
It has been well documented that the new born calf’s mineral status and antioxidant capacity is highly correlated with the maternal source. Significant mineral transfer in the last trimester leads to liver levels which are typically higher than the dam’s levels at birth.
Oxidative Stress : Its Effect on Cattle and the Role of Trace Minerals
Reactive Oxygen Species or Free Radicals are constantly formed during normal aerobic cellular metabolism. Free radicals are unstable and highly reactive oxidants that can remove an electron from another compound leaving it oxidised.
Oxidative Stress : Its Impact on Transition Cows
The trace mineral levels in cattle are not static; they change throughout the production cycle depending on the demands on the animal.
New Multimin - A Unique Prescription Only Trace Mineral Injection For Cattle
Virbac is pleased to announce the launch of Multimin, a unique, prescription only, four in one trace mineral injection to combat oxidative stress and its effects in cattle. Containing Zinc, Copper, Manganese and Selenium, Multimin is designed to be administered during, or in advance of, periods of high demand in dairy and beef cattle, such as breeding, calving, weaning and vaccination.