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Ortho Equine Immediate Response

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Ortho Equine Immediate Response

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Product Summary:

Ortho Equine Immediate Response

Ortho Equine Immediate Response is a multi-species paste supplement for symptoms of colic, scours, gut ache, heat exhaustion, dehydration, and exposure to moldy hay or other conditions associated with digestive upset.
 
Features:
  • Rapidly restores digestive balance
  • First aid for colic episodes prior to professional diagnosis and treatment
Item Specifications:
 
Size:
80 ml syringe
 
Guaranteed Analysis per 10 ml serving:
Pantothenic Acid.................10.5 mg
Vitamin B6...........................2.5 mg
Vitamin B2...........................1 mg
Aspergillus Oryzae..............130,000 CFU
Bacillus Subtilus...................380,000 CFU
Saccharomyces Cerevisiae.......3.4 million CUF
Mixed Lactic Acid Bacteria......13 million CFU
 
Directions for Use:
Equine - During crisis, administer entire syringe. For other episodes, administer 10 ml per 1,000 lbs body weight
Cattle - 10-15 ml per 100 lbs. body weight
Goats and Sheep - 3 ml per 10 lbs. body weight
Swine - 1-2 ml per 10 lbs. body weight
Boars/sows/gilts - 10 ml per 100 lbs. body weight
Llamas and alpacas - 4 ml per 10 lbs. body weight
Dogs and cats - 3 ml per 10 lbs. body weight
Item Number Model Number UPC
E017271 DVC44 748611981003

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mine has expired. is it still good?
E S on Dec 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Your vet would be the best to check with on how long after expiration any product might be good for since it varies.
In general the date is set for when a product may start to lose it’s efficacy. So if it’s not way past the date it should not be harmful to use. It just may not be as strong.
If an expired tube was all that I had during trouble with my horse, I would certainly use it. However to be prepared I would probably purchase a new tube for future use to make sure it works as well as it should.
What is the shelf life for this?
A shopper on Apr 15, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Generally they should have an expiration date on them but I keep mine in the fridge I think it will out last its expiration date.
Can this be used with panacur de wormer?
Beth G on Feb 20, 2018
BEST ANSWER: We have to recommend that you check with your horse's veterinarian for that information.