Stress. Livestock can experience stress at the most inopportune times. The only problem is they can’t tell us what is wrong. However, they usually show us what is wrong.
Signs of stress in livestock can vary from shortness of breath and panting to going off feed and water. One visible sign that leads to further areas of concern is diarrhea or scours.
Typically, this is indicative of digestive upset, which is a common side effect of stress. Long bouts of diarrhea can lead to dehydration and decreased performance in your livestock. Digestion support can make all the difference.
BioZyme® Inc., has developed a quick-response product to help livestock during these stressful situations. Vita Charge® Clench Gel is designed to support normal digestive function during occasional diarrhea/scours. It can be used for cattle, sheep, goats and pigs.
Vita Charge Clench Gel Provides Results
Vita Charge Clench Gel provides livestock digestion support with ingredients that help increase digestibility to promote a normal, healthy stool. Its key ingredients include:
- AO-Biotics® Amaferm®, a prebiotic research-proven to enhance digestibility.
- MOS (mannan oligosaccharide) to help normalize gut microflora and support the immune system.
- Electrolytes to support rehydration.
Clench also utilizes cinnamon to further support immunity and bentonite for extra absorptive capacity.
“Vita Charge Clench is a unique product with fast results,” said Kevin Glaubius, Nebraska Area Sales Manager. “I suggest keeping it in the show box for those days when your animals do experience digestive upset and need to look their best.”
Like all Vita Charge and Sure Champ® products, Clench can be used during competition with no withdrawal period.
Not Just for Showing
In addition to being used in a show setting, Clench is ideal for the stressors in a production setting. Some stressors that Clench can help relieve digestive upset from:
- weather changes
- feed changes
- parturition and antibiotic use.
“This is a great product to have on hand in commercial livestock settings when young animals are prone to scours and dehydration. With a two-year shelf life, I always encourage producers to keep it on hand during calving, lambing and kidding,” Glaubius said.
Easy to Use
Vita Charge Clench Gel comes in a 30 mL tube. It is recommended to administer it on the back of the tongue twice daily as long as loose stools persist.
Cattle should be fed 30 mL, while sheep, goats and pigs each receive 15 mL per feeding.
The gel has a cinnamon flavor, making it palatable.
What our Customers Say
“Our show bull had a bad case of scours the night before our district show. I gave him the Vita Charge Clench Gel before we went to tie-outs for the night. The next morning, he was back to having a firm stool, and kept eating and drinking. I saw the Clench work in less than 12 hours, and I’m a believer in it for my cattle,” said Tiffany Williamson from Arkansas.
StanLee Grobosky, who feeds pigs for his daughter in Illinois shares his results about the Vita Charge products, too.
“This spring we seemed to have more pigs with diarrhea than normal. It could have been the weather or just comingling several new pigs in the barn at once. What I do know is one or two doses of the Clench gel cleared them up. That combined with Vita Charge Liquid Boost, and they never went off feed,” he said.
Stock up Now!
Want Clench Gel in your feed room or show box to support your animals during occasional diarrhea or scours? Vita Charge products are available through the BioZyme dealer network. Find a BioZyme dealer near you using the BioZyme dealer locator.
Not a dealer near you? Would like your local feed or farm store to carry livestock digestion support products from BioZyme? Refer a dealer, here.
Perhaps you prefer the convenience of online shopping. Buy your Vita Charge online products, here.