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We are a strong India based Animal health care company established in year 1999 and well known for innovative and quality products. Our capabilities include manufacturing nutritional supplements in ...

We are a strong India based Animal health care company established in year 1999 and well known for innovative and quality products. Our capabilities include manufacturing nutritional supplements in dosage forms like gels, powders, drenches and suspensions. Our product range include vitamins, minerals, direct fed microbials, enzyme blends, immune-globulins, amino acids and electrolytes with packaging options ranging from few ounces to 30lts. We make products for dairy, beef, sheep, goats, poultry, horses, dogs and cats.
Our quality system is ISO:9001:2008 certified and followed strict cGMP.
I encourage you to visit our website at www.vetcoindia.com and learn more about our company and products.

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  • 1. Optivita OptivitaDAIRYNUTRITION MANAGEMENT A division of
  • 2. Lifetime PerformanceGetting cattle back to calving is a major objective for all dairy farmers.One of the major problem farmers face today is that the modern dairycows display less signs of heat. Delayed conception is a drain on profits.CompositionOmega-3 fatty acids along with vital elemental trace minerals like Copper, Cobalt, Zinc,Managanese, Iron & Iodine along with Essential Vitamins A, D3 & E for efficient reproductionin dairy cattle. Overcare has shown to have a positive effect Increased oestrogen Increased on reproductive around ovulation, progesterone levels performance by resulting in stronger after fertilization, improving follicle expression of resulting in better quality in the ovary oestrus behaviour embryo survival leading to :Indications Anoestrus Sub estrus Repeat Breeding Infertility associated with nutritional deficienciesAdvantages Revitalizes reproductive organs Assures quality of oocytes Influences follicular growth Increases progesterone secreting ability of corpus luteum Repairs and strengthens uterine lining for easy implantationDosage 25-50 gm dailyPacking 500 gm
  • 3. Optimum Milk YieldThe modern dairy cow is expected to provide high yields of milk & remainhealthy. Maximizing milk output & feed efficiency are top priorities for milkproducers.CompositionEach 1Kg contains :Saccharomyces Cerevisiae 200 x 109 C.F.U., Asparagus 32 gms, Leptadaenia 6 gmsSeaflora 80 gms, Vitamin A 400000 I.U., Vitamin D3 80000 I.U., Vitamin B2 1000mcgBiotin 1250 mcg, Calcium 120gms, Phosphorous 60gms Stimulates the Replenishes Boosts milk Reconditions physiological nutrients that production & udder & process of are drained helps to improves lactation & through milk maintain it milk holding smoothens production at higher levels capacity letting downIndications Hypoglactia Aglactia Irregular or suppressed lactation Milk letting down disturbances Advantages Stimulates Glandular function & helps letting down naturally Improves enzymes & hormonal secretion necessary for milk production Provides relief in summers Maximizes number of days in lactationDosage 50-100 gm daily Packing 1 kg.
  • 4. Optimum Udder Nutrition Clinical & Sub-clinical mastitis causes a major drain in profitability. Mastitis is particularly acute in early lactation when the cattle are producing more milk and are under the greatest physiological stress with their immune system naturally suppressed.Composition Each 50 gm contains Live Yeast culture 100000 Billion C.F.U., Lacto bacillus 200 Million C.F.U., Tri Sodium Citrate 25 gm Copper 1.2gm, Cobalt 50 mg, Zinc 500 mg, Manganese 4 gm, Selenium 4 mg, Vitamin A 50000 I.U. Vitamin D310000I.U., Vitamin E 1000I.U., Vitamin K 10 mg, Vitamin B1 200 mg, Vitamin B2 200 mg Pantothenic Acid 50 mg, Biotin 20 mg, Niacin 2 gm, D.L.-Methionine 5 gm, Lysine 2 gm, Aloe Vera 200 mg, Asparagus 200 mg, Leptadaenia 200 mg, Azadirachta Indica 400 mg, Ocimum Sanctum 200 mg Normalises Prevents the Synthesis keratin the pH damage of which lines the Reduces the from alkaline mammary inner side of teat duration of epithelium & canal & improves to neutral subsequent mastitis in i.e. its structural infected cows leakage of blood bicarbonates integrity 7 to 6.5Indications Sub-clinical mastitis Adjunct to antibiotic therapy in clinical mastitis Post-antibiotic treatment to initiate milk productionAdvantages Corrects pH of the milk Reduces the incidence of mammary infections Improves the facilitation of white blood cells, the front line in fighting infections Reduces somatic cell count Improves immune responseDosage Dissolve 50 gm powder in 250ml water or mix with jaggery for single administration for 3-4 consecutive daysPacking 50 gm.
  • 5. Tool to Control PathogensFarmers have a long history of supplementing the forage-based diet for cattlewith concentrates. Farmers develop diets for their livestock largely accordingto custom and practice. The performance of ruminant animals relies on acombination of efficient use of grass and grass products, good livestockmanagement and appropriate use of complementary concentrated feed.The diets offered to the animal depends on its age.Composition A proprietary blend of Probiotics, Yeast, M.O.S., Biotin and Vitamin E Lactobacillus Acidilophillus Bacillus SubtillisProbiotics Lactobacillus Sporogenes Saccharomyces CerevisiaeMono-Oligo Fermented product of yeast which contains various metabolites & betaglucans which act as toxin binder,Saccharide pathogen binder & immunomodulators. Drastically Improves Improvement reduces intestinal health of daily Improves the Salmonella and prevents growth performance and E.coli load diarrhoea and FCR in the intestineIndications AdvantagesPost antibiotic therapy Helps to normal physiological functionStunted growth Helps to maintain normal health & productionMicrobial disturbances Gut bio-regulation and competitive exclusionLower productivity Stimulates the immune systemDosage5-10 gm per animal per day or500 gm per ton of feed regularlyPacking100 gm, 1 kg. & 25 kg.
  • 6. Optimum Rumen FunctioningModern dairy intensive production system involves a high level ofconcentrate to fulfill the energy needed by the lactating animals in order tomaximize milk production. Such a feeding regimen & diet predisposeanimal rumen to dysfunction.Composition Each 125 gm contains :Calcium Propionate 60 gm, Methionine 5 gm, Cobalt Gluconate 40 mg, Vitamin B6 40 mg,Picrorhiza Dry Extract 250 mg, Dextrose Anhydrous 53.5 gm. Proven & cost Restore Normalize Lowers lactic effective way to rumen micro-flora & acid build up thus maximize the motility in prevents overcomes rumen force & hypo-glycaemic acidosis performance frequency conditions & indigestionIndications Non-specific Anorexia Chronic Indigestion Prolonged inappetance Hypo-gylcaemic conditions Advantages Stimulates micro-flora activity and improves appetite Corrects ruminal atony Takes care of the dietry-change effects Reduces incidences of metabolic disordersDosage Adult Cattle : 125 gms at 12 hr. interval Young Cattle : 1/2 pouch once or twice dailyPacking 125 gm.
  • 7. Improves Liver FunctioningThe liver is a vital organ. It has a wide range of functions, including glycogen storage,decomposition of red blood cells, plasma protein synthesis, hormone production, anddetoxification & production of biochemicals necessary for digestionComposition Each 30 ml containsFerrous Gluconate 200 mg, Ferric Ammonium Citrate 83.5 mg, Calcium Lactate 300 mg,M.H.A.1500 mg, Thiamine Hydrochloride 5 mg, Riboflavine 5 mg, Nicotinic Acid 20 mg,Nicotinamide 45 mg, Vitamin B12 60 mcg, Liver Fraction-2 150 mg.(Derived from 3.75 gm. of Fresh Liver) Regulate Fewer Increase Restore Hepatic disease Haemoglobin Ruminal Microsomal associated Production Activity Enzymes lossesIndications Anorexia & Anaemia Depressed Liver Activity or aflatoxicosis Stunted growth Post antibiotic therapyAdvantages Helps to normal physiological function Prevents aflatoxicosis and improves feed utilization by stimulating and strengthening the liver activity. Replenishes calcium loss through milk Helps to maintain normal health & productionDosage Large Animals : 50 ml. twice daily Small Animals : 25 ml. twice dailyPacking 500 ml, 1 Ltr. & 5 Ltr.
  • 8. Optimum Lactation PerformanceMany studies have revealed that pre-calving transition period, markedreductions in the blood concentration of all fat soluble antioxidant vitamins.Failure to maintain adequate levels of these essential nutrients cansignificantly impair the immune function of the animal at the start of lactation.CompositionReprocare is composed of organic form of Copper, Cobalt, Zinc, Calcium, Vitamin A, D3, E& Biotin along with long chain fatty acids. Improves Supplies Improves colostrum Increases significant levels tonicity of quality duration of of essential udder resulting in peak vitamins alveoli better calf lactation & minerals healthIndications Complications associated with pregnancy Suppressed lactation after parturition Incidences of metabolic disorders post parturitionAdvantages Meets higher energy requirement which in turn reflects in easy parturition Initiation of lactation Restore strength, vigor & vitality during convalescenceDosage Pre-parturition 50-100 gm daily for 10-15 days Post-parturition 100 gm daily for 15-20 daysPacking 100 gm. & 1 kg.
  • 9. Chelated Optimum Performance & ProfitsFor dairy cattle that successfully combines high milk production with longevity& optimum performance. Bovimax delivers specific nutrients to precisetargets such as the rumen, the liver, the immune system, reproductive organs& hoof horn.Composition Each 1 kg containsSaccharomyces Cerevisiae 15000x109 C.F.U., Calcium 280 gm, Phosphorous 120 gmCopper 1000 mg, Cobalt 200 mg, Iron 6000 mg, lodine 1000 mg, Zinc 2000 mgManganese 1200 mg, Selenium 10 mg, Vitamin A 700000 I.U., Vitamin D3 140000 I.U.Vitamin E 250 mg, Nicotinamide 1000 mg, Bye Pass Fat 100 gm, Bye Pass Protein 200 gm Fewer Better Improves disease Better herd locomotion associated profitability health score lossesIndicationsPost antibiotic therapyStunted growthLactation stressAdvantagesNormal physiological functionReduces metabolic disordersMaintains milk productionEnhances bone mineralizationDosage50 gm daily orAs feed additive 0.5-2.0%Packing1 kg., 5 kg, 25 kg
  • 10. True Calcium SupplementEarly lactation is regarded as one of the most challenging elements of theproduction cycle. A larger water volume replaces the volume & weight losswhen the calf, the fluids & membranes are gone at calving that dehydratesthe cattle. Supplying both additional energy and calcium during the postparturient period will benefit cattle. Dietary glucogenic precursor improvesthe metabolic status.Composition Each 100 gm containsTri Basic Calcium Phosphate 10 gm, Calcium Propionate 12.5 gm, Vitamin A 80000 I.U.Vitamin D3 16000 I.U., Vitamin B12 100 mcg, Vitamin E 100 I.U., Yeast 100 Billion C.F.U. Provides a Propionate Boost Faster rapid source fraction is milk growth of of absorbable converted to production young stock calcium blood glucoseIndications Heat Stress Low Milk Production Debility & weakness Calcium deficiency Advantages Increases Blood glucose level, making impact on milk production Provides relief from heat stress Prevents Hypo-calcaemia Assures full calcium & phosphorous utilization Improves neuromuscular activityDosage 50-100 gm dailyPacking 500 gm & 5 kg.
  • 11. High Performance Factor HPFHigh production dairy cattle have specific nutritional demands dependant oncloseness to freshening. Cows that receive the optimum balance of nutrientsare better able to handle the stress of early lactation. HPF delivers the rightnutrients in the right balance at the right time for the right results.Composition Each 100 gm containsLive Yeast Culture 100 Billion C.F.U., Fat 30 gm, Protein 20 gm, Phytonutrients Q.S. Enhances Provides rich Meets the Optimal ruminal immune system source of energy requirement of digestion and and plays a role and essential all essential proper in preventing fatty acids amino acids digestibility diseasesIndicationsStress due to diseasesLow milk ProductionDebility & weaknessAdvantagesImproves potential capacity of dairy animals for higher milk yieldHigh milk fat & optimum milk productionLonger milking periodImproves SNFDosage100-200 gm daily or1-2% in feed or as recommended by the veterinarianPacking10 kg. & 25 kg.
  • 12. Yeast with Enzyme Complex Direct-fed microbials (DFM), have received considerable attention due to their ability to manipulate rumen fermentation. Millions of bacteria and protozoa inhabit the rumen. In rumen, bacteria degrades the cellulose and convert them into fatty acids. Bacteria fall prey to the protozoa which besides digesting starch perform the task of converting plant protein into animal protein.Composition A proprietary blend of rumen specific yeast culture with enzymes Enzyme Activity every 200 gms - Cellulase 50000 units, Xylanase 75000 units Glucanase 25000 units, Mannanase 25000 units, Pectinase 15000 units a &b Galactosidase 25000 units, Lignase 25000 units, Phytase 55000 units Complex fermented Stimulates Increases Improves products rumen friendly fiber volatile containing the bacterial digestibility fatty acids metabolites from population yeast fermentationEnzymes Selection of cost effective ingredients depending upon seasonal availability. Increases nutritive value of cereals & legumes. Better utilization of feed. Reduced production cost.Yeast Better fiber digestion Improved utilization of feed ingredients. Healthy rumen, reduced digestive disorders, Larger productive life.Dosage 10-20 gm daily or 100-200 gms per 100 kg of feedPacking 100 gms, 1 kg. and 25 kg.
  • 13. Energize your Livestock The intense heat of the summer months can take its toll on the livestock of any farming operation. Ruminants, in particular, are sensitive to the elevated temperatures and high humidity levels associated with the summer season, increases the incidence of lameness, disease associated with compromised immunity, reproductive problems and reduced milk yields, if left unchecked, effects animal health and welfare.Composition Each 100 gm contains Betaine 30gm, Sod.Chloride 800mg, Pot.Chloride 5000mg, Sod. Bicarbonate 3000mg, Sod. Acid Phosphate 800mg, Sod. Citrate 6500mg, Cal. Lactate 1000mg, Mag. Sulphate 1000mg, Vitamin C 2000mg, Niacinamide 3150mg, Probiotics 1500 billion C.F.U. Osmolyte Normal protecting Reduces Maintains functioning against energy acid base of cells osmotic requirement equilibrium and organs stressIndications Dehydration & Heat stroke Diarrhoea & Dysentry Osmotic Imbalance Acid Base ImbalanceBenefits Betaine helps livestock to use less energy to cool themselves & have more energy for production. Improves feed intake and milk yield in animals. Electrolytes regulate nerves and muscular functioning, blood pH and the rebuilding of damaged tissues.Dosage10-20 gm daily or100-200 gms per 100 kg of feedPacking100 gms, 1 kg. and 25 kg.
  • 14. Essential Micro-nutrients Mineral status plays an important role in supplying micro-nutrients to the animal. Deficiencies however result in reduced concentrations in feed and fodder which in turn results in inadequate levels in the animal. Protomin-BS provides essential minerals and nutrients at an economic rate for dairy animals throughout the lactation.Composition Each 1 kg contains Copper 4.2 gm, Cobalt 200 mg, Iron 6.0 gm, Zinc 9.6 gm, Magnesium 50.0 gm Manganese 1.5 gm, Iodine 1.0 gm, Methionine 10.0 gm, Lysine 10.0 gm Yeast Culture as required with fortified base. Fewer Bio-available disease Essential Better minerals associated Amino Acids herd health lossesIndications Post antibiotic therapy Stunted growth Micro mineral deficienciesAdvantages Helps to normal physiological function Helps to maintain normal health & production Reduces metabolic disorders Most suitable in the conditions like advanced pregnancy, repeat breeding, delayed sexual maturity etc.Dosage 30 gm daily or 300 - 600 gm per 100 kg of feedPacking 600 gm, 2.4 kg. & 12 kg.
  • 15. Tool for Toxin ControlConsumption of a variety of feedstuffs leads to potential exposure of a widearray of Mycotoxins. Mycotoxins interact with other mycotoxins. Mycotoxinsdegraded in the rumen reduces acute toxicity but may increase chronictoxicity. No amount of aflatoxins can be considered safe.CompositionA proprietary blend of organic acids like propionates, acetates with specially treatedadsorbents like Zeolites (HSCAS) Activated Charcoal & M.O.S. Ideal blend Arrests the Bind the Improves of selective growth of preformed performance adsorbents Bacteria toxins in feed and antifungal and fungus HSCAS High adsorption capacity Fine particle cycle Binds both positive and negative charged Toxins Do not release toxins after binding MOS Derived from the Yeast Cell Wall extract Beta-glucans In MOS Acts As Immuno-modulators Activated Charcoal Broad spectrum adsorber / universal antidote Action mainly through surface area and pore structure Dosage Upto 15% Moisture 500 gm/ton of feed From 15% to 17% Moisture 1 kg/ton of feed Above 17% Moisture with Moulds 2 kg/ton of feedPacking 5 kg. and 25 kg.
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