Hubbard Rite-Lyte Electrolyte Supplement for Calves

by Alltech
$49.99

Electrolyte supplement for non-ruminating calves

10 lb Pail

Product Features
  • A highly palatable product to encourage fluid intake in calves. 
  • For use with calves exposed to heat stress and/or with scours.
  • Contains electrolytes, energy and buffering agents to to support rehydration
  • Can be fed with warm water or in milk solution, following label directions
General Information

Rite-Lyte is a highly palatable oral electrolyte & nutrient supplement that provides quick energy, electrolytes and buffering agents to support rehydration in calves with scours. It also offers flexible feeding recommendations for calves encountering heat stress to moderate levels of dehydration.

Ingredients 

Dextrose, sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, magnesium sulfate, potassium citrate, sodium acetate, ascorbic acid, monosodium phosphate, natural and artificial flavors, FD&C Yellow #6, dried whey, niacinimide, FD&C Red #40, vitamin B12 supplement, d-calcium pantothenate, biotin, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid

Guaranteed Analysis

Salt (min) 9%
Salt (max) 11%
Sodium (min) 6.5%
Sodium (max) 7.7%
Chloride (min) 8%
Potassium (min) 2.75%
Magnesium (min) 0.35%

Directions for Use
Mixing and Feeding Directions
To help prevent dehydration or during periods of summer heat stress: Mix 0.5 to 1 ounce (1/2 to 1 scoop)* of Rite-Lyte in 2 quarts of warm water or milk solution. Feed at least twice a day for 23 days or until the calf is no longer at risk of becoming dehydrated. Continue to offer the calf its normal milk feeding schedule. 

For calves on milk with mild to moderate dehydration: Mix 2 ounces (2 scoops)* of Rite-Lyte in 2 quarts of warm water and feed two to three times a day for 23 days or until the calf is no longer dehydrated. Continue to offer the calf its normal milk feeding schedule. 

For calves with severe dehydration: Use Calf Res-Q electrolyte and follow label directions. Other supportive therapy may be needed. If calves are not sucking or cannot stand due to severe dehydration, consider using sub-Q or IV fluids for best results. Consult with your local veterinarian on what is the best treatment for these calves. Always offer free-choice water to calves that are being fed electrolyte solutions.
*The enclosed scoop contains approximately 1 ounce when level full. 
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place for maximum stability. Avoid leaving package open for extended periods of time.

Cautions and Warnings 

In cases of calf health and where calves are dehydrated and/or do not respond quickly to electrolyte feeding, contact and follow your local veterinarian's treatment recommendations.

 

 

 

 

 

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