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Impact Colostrum

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Colostrum contains high levels of immunoglobulins and antibacterials such as lactoferrin, lysozyme and lactoperoxidase that provide immunity and intestinal protection to young animals. Impact Colostrum Supplement is made from powdered bovine colostrum with added lactalbumin, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, vitamins and minerals.

Feed to newborn eutherians in the first 48 hours and marsupials untill weaning.

FOR DOSE RATES AND FEEDING CHART SEE DETAILED IMAGE ABOVE

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DIRECTIONS FOR EUTHERIANS
This applies to all domestic animals including cats, dogs, rabbits, rats, guinea pigs, horses, alpacas, cows, sheep, pigs & deer. Also used for eutherian wildlife and zoo mammals.

Impact should be fed as soon as possible after birth, and preferably before milk is fed. Impact can be absorbed for upto 48 hours after birth, depending on the species. Weigh the animal and select the appropriate weight range from the chart. Mix the amounts of Impact powder and warm pre-boiled water to make the daily Impact requirement. Refrigerate prepared Impact for one day only or store frozen in ice cube trays for up to 1 month.

Do not mix or feed Impact with milk for Eutherians.

Newborns that have not received maternal colostrum or milk.

First 12 hours: Do not feed milk during this time. Prepare a daily dose of Impact as described above and feed 1/4 of the amount every 2 hours.

Next 36 hours: Commence feeding milk every 4 hours. Prepare a daily dose of Impact as described above and feed 1/4 of the amount every 4 hours. Feed Impact 2 hours after the first milk feed so that the remaining Impact feeds are mid way between the next milk feeds.

Newborns that have received some milk but no maternal colostrum.

First 12 hours: Stop feeding milk. Prepare a daily dose of Impact as described above and feed 1/4 of the amount every 2 hours.

Next 36 hours: Recommence feeding milk. Prepare a daily dose of Impact as described above and feed 1/4 of the amount mid way between milk feeds.



DIRECTIONS FOR MARSUPIALS

Marsupials are different in that they do not produce a colostral milk. Impact is added to marsupial milk because intestinal closure occurs later in marsupiaIs and immunoglobulins are present in milk for much of lactation.

Mix and feed Impact with milk for marsupials.

For very early lactation to mid lactation: Select the appropriate amount of Impact powder for body weight from the chart. Mix the powder into the required daily volume of milk and feed as usual. This procedure may be repeated for up to 5 days.

For late lactation: Select the appropriate amount of Impact for body weight from the chart and add this to the normal daily feed volume of milk. Repeat if required.

Available in 25g, 50g, 250g and 500g resealable plastic jars.

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Pam (Perth, AU)
Impact is highly recommended

As a sheep stud we have used Impact with our lambs who are either rejected or lambs that are weak, it has a great effect and very quickly picks the lambs up.

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Rob Cass (Sydney, AU)
Impact Colostrum

Have not used this yet. But is in my rescue kit. Thank you for fast delivery and great service.

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Jennifer Swan (Hawthorne, AU)
Wildlife Carer.

Yes. Very happy with purchases. Thanks.

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Mandy
An absolute lifesaver!

We had a litter of newborn puppies that kept rapidly loosing weight from day 1 & had started fading. A massive difference in their energy levels after just 1 feed & all started gaining weight after 12 hours. Highly recommend Impact, it really is a lifesaver!

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Sharon Santos
This Collostrum is Gold

I use this product every year as a precaution its important to have an IGG test that are good levels, we give 500 mls routinely with other meds before the foal stands, it gives them a kick start and it gives me important clues as to the well being of the foal in general, occasionally I top up with another 500 mls, last year we had a septic foal that I felt we would have lost if I hadnt used this protocal the foal spent 2 weeks in the hospital...this prduct is like Gold.