• Acts as a precaution against urolithiasis
  • Helps animal' s normal urination
  • Keeps the right proportion of calcium & phosphor 2:1

Urolothiasasis Symptoms

Urolithiasasis can affect all ruminats. Most likely are affected the animals which are fed with concentrated foods, like for example the meat production animals. To the affected by the illness animals, UROLITHS (STONE) are created into the kidneys and into the bladder with symptoms such as urination difficulty and belly pains. The uroliths usually are createdby Magnesium Phospate. When the urethral obstruction is not full, the animal hasdifficulty in urinating and in urine there is a small amount of blood, but when the obstruction is complete then the bladder or the urethra breaks, the belly swells and animal dies. The metabolic disease is mainly due to the animal' s diet with large amounts of concentrated food or in the wrong proportion of minerals such aw Calcium, Phosphorus or Magnesium.

Precautions Against Ourolithiasis

  • The proportion of minerals such as Calcium and Phosphorus should ideally be kept as 2:1. The Dicalcium Phosphate does not cause Urolithiasis while the Sodium Phosphate acts in favor of it.
  • Inorganic compounds such aw Ammonium Chloride, dissolve stones (UROLITHS) contributing in thiw way in the preventation against the disease.
  • Sufficient quantity of clear, fresh and of good chemical analysis watering.
  • Addition of Vitamin A to the ration protects from barking of the mucosal cells which form the first nucleus of uroliths.

Nutrition Facts

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Zinc is an essential nutrient for animals, functioning in enzyme systems and being involved in protein synthesis, carbohydrate metabolism, and many other biochemical reactions. A severe zinc deficiency causes numerous pathological changes, including skin parakeratosis, reduced or cessation of growth, general debility, lethargy, and increased susceptibility to infection.


Magnesium is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. It helps to maintain normal nerve and muscle function, supports a healthy immune system, keeps the heartbeat steady, and helps bones remain strong. It also helps adjust blood glucose levels. It aids in the production of energy and protein, improves the digestibility of feed and improves the reproduction.



Calcium is the main component of bones and teeth. It has chief metabolic functions in the animal bodies and is also essential for muscle activity, skeleton, blood clotting, nerve transmission and dynamics of enzyme function. Calcium metabolism at calving is one of the most important animal health factors influencing the production, reproduction and feed conversion efficiency as it plays a major role in the absorption of nutrients (modification of the cell permeability).


Iron is essential for a wide variety of the metabolic processes of living organisms, due to its chemical transitional property. Iron is present in the different forms of heme and the iron-sulfur (Fe-S) cluster binding protein, which plays an important role in various enzymatic reactions such as aerobic respiration, TCA-cycle function and DNA synthesis as well as oxygen transport and storage. It is a substantial component of red blood cells participating to the blood's structure and improves the functioning of organs and tissues.



Phosphorus is very important for all animals for healthy muscles, bones and teeth development, steady digestion, healthy function of the energy metabolism and is an inevitable macro element for reproduction. Deficiency of Phosphor will cause the body to use up phosphor reserve in bone tissues as compensation, however if it isn’t replenished in a short period, issues will arise in all bodily functions and will cause the animals to eat objects with no nutritional value.

Vitamin A

.Vitamin A is necessary for support of growth, health and life of major animal species. In the absence of vitamin A, animals will cease to grow and eventually die. Vitamin A and its derivatives, the retinoids, have a profound influence on organ development, cell proliferation, and cell differentiation and their deficiency originates or predisposes animals to a number of disabilities.


Vitamin D3

Vitamin D. The primary function of Vitamin D is to elevate plasma calcium and phosphorus to a level that will support normal mineralization of bone as well as other body functions. It is now realized that Vitamin D is not only important for mineralization and skeletal growth but has many other roles in regulation of the parathyroid gland, in the immune system, in skin, cancer prevention, in metabolism of foreign chemicals and in cellular development and differentiation.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E has been shown to be essential for integrity and optimum function of reproductive, muscular, circulatory, nervous, and immune systems. One of the most important functions is its role as an intercellular and intracellular antioxidant. Vitamin E is part of the body’s intracellular defense against the adverse effects of reactive oxygen and free radicals that initiate oxidation of unsaturated phospholipids and critical sulfhydryl groups.

Suitable for

Sheep, Goats, Dairy Cows, Dry Cows, Cattle / Beef, Horse,Camel, Wild / Prey

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