Poor Do-er - Livestock

$57

Poor Do-er - Livestock is professionally formulated to support a normal immune response of animals who struggle to thrive.

Safe, non-toxic ingredients
No with-holding period (Homeopathic preparation)
Safe to use alongside veterinary medicines
Safe for pregnant and lactating animals
Non-sedating
Alcohol free
All remedies have a shelf life of 2 years

General Disclaimer: Our remedies are formulated to support the natural immune system of horses, pets and livestock. We do not claim to treat, medicate or cure any health conditions. If you are worried an animal may be in pain or suffering please contact your veterinarian.

Made in New Zealand. 100% Natural and Non-toxic. Homeopathic Preparation.

Contains equal parts of: Calc-p, Mag-p, Silica, Baryta-c, Sulph
Base: Vegetable glycerine & purified water.

Hippo Health remedies are liquid.

To dose an individual farm animal, we have 90ml aluminium bottles with hygienic mist spray lid with over-cap. The dose is given by spraying 2-3 times onto a mucous membrane such as the nose or vulva. In the milking shed, dosing the vulva is an easy and efficient option.

To dose at herd level, we have food grade plastic jerry cans, sized 1 litre, 2 litre and 5 litre. A dose is given by pouring 1 capful (25ml) of remedy into the water trough, every second day. We do offer a pump attachment that dispenses 25ml and can be used instead of the cap. Our 5 litre jerry cans come with a free dispensing pump.

Doses per container 
90ml bottle = 500+ doses (2-3 sprays per dose)

1 litre = 40 doses which provides 80 days of trough treatment (Dosing every second day). This is based on water troughs up to 500 litre capacity.

All Hippo Health products have dosing instructions on the label.

We recommend dosing your Poor Do-er, twice a day for 3 weeks, then continuing with a dose twice a week, for example a dose on Saturday and a dose on Sunday for approximately 3 months.

For dairy cows, we recommend 2 doses (2-3 sprays per dose) during milking, the first when putting the cups on and again when taking the cups off. 

For other livestock you can administer a dose (2 sprays) to the nose, on their food or in their water trough. To dose on food, use half a capful per dose, 1-2 times a day.

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