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Bovikalc is for use in dairy cows at risk of developing milk fever, especially in high yielding, older dairy cows and those individuals at increased risk.

Bovikalc delivers a massive 43g of available calcium in each bolus:

  • Calcium chloride (fast release)
  • Calcium sulphate (slow release) 

Each bolus also has an acidifying effect, much like a DCAD diet has, which helps the cow to mobilise her own calcium reserves.

The bolus dissolves in the rumen within 20-30 minutes and helps to raise blood calcium levels over a prolonged period of time.

For reduction of the risk of milk fever:

  • 1st bolus at the first sign of parturition
  • 2nd bolus can be given immediately after calving
  • If necessary, give 1 or 2 additional boluses at 12 – 15 hour intervals

For supplementation following calcium injection:

  • 1st bolus 2 – 3 hours after calcium injection
  • 2nd bolus can be given 12 – 15 hours later

Provided that cows can raise their head and are starting to eat and drink.

Only administer Bovikalc using the approved applicator.

For more information regarding Bovikalc please visit www.bovikalc.co.uk

An educational service from Boehringer Ingelheim Limited, Vetmedica Division, the makers of Metacam®, Bovikalc®, Ubrolexin®, Ubro Yellow®, Ubro Red® and Mamyzin®.

Advice on the use of Metacam, Bovikalc or other therapies should be sought from your veterinary surgeon. Metacam contains meloxicam, UK: POM-V IE: POM. Bovikalc contains calcium chloride and calcium sulphate and is not a veterinary medicine which is subject to authorisation by the Irish Medicines Board. Further information available from Boehringer Ingelheim Limited, Vetmedica Division, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 8YS, UK. Email: vetmedica.uk@boehringer-ingelheim.com | Web: www.boehringer-ingelheim.co.uk

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Date of preparation: Jul 2013. AHD 7729. Use Medicines Responsibly (www.noah.co.uk/responsible)