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KEXXTONE IS AN EFFECTIVE SOLUTION FOR THE HEALTH OF COWS AT RISK

KEXXTONE IS AN EFFECTIVE SOLUTION FOR THE HEALTH OF COWS AT RISK

Ketosis is a common disease in cattle worldwide.

According to various researchers, an average of 30-50% of cows in a herd are in subclinical ketosis¹, even on farms with good management and proper nutrition.

Although subclinical ketosis presents no visible signs, it has significant consequences: a negative impact on health and reproduction, and a decrease in productivity.

Kexxtone is a monensin continuous-release intraruminal device,

for the reduction in the incidence of ketosis in the peri-parturient dairy cow/heifer which is expected to develop ketosis.

Action mechanism of the product

Changes in bacterial populations in the rumen

Propionic acid production increases

More glucose

More energy

LESS KETOSIS

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PROVEN EFFECTIVENESS

By properly managing ketosis and negative energy balance you help improve herd health and productivity and thus, contribute to antibiotic reduction by up to 25%.³

In studies on European herds, Kexxtone has been shown to:

  • decreasesthe incidenceof ketosis by 74%; 4
  • increase milk yield by 1.22 kg per day during the first four months after calving. 4
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KEXXTONE APPLICATION

Kexxtone is administered orally using an applicator 3-4 weeks before the expected calving date.

WHY KEXXTONE?

One administration (one Kexxtone) over a wide time range (3-4 weeks before calving)

Monensin is released for 95days

The effectiveness of Kexxtone is confirmed by numerous scientific studies

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If you have any questions about how to properly treat ketosis, you can consult our experts. This will allow you not only to gain the necessary knowledge but also to choose the best medications for the prevention and treatment of ketosis today. Together, we will keep your cows healthy and productive.

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¹ Berge A. C., Vertenten G. A field study to determine the prevalence, dairy herd management systems, and fresh cow clinical conditions associated with ketosis in western European dairy herds. J Dairy Science. 2014. Vol. 97 No. 4; 1-10.

² Nagaraja et al. (1997) Manipulation of Rumen Fermentation, pp 538-548, In: The Rumen Microbial Ecosystem, 2nd edition Ed: Hobson and Stewart.

³ Raboisson D. et al. How Metabolic Diseases Impact the Use of Antimicrobials: A Formal Demonstration in the Field of Veterinary Medicine. PLOS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0164200, Oct 7, 2016.

4 Data on File. Study ID Number AA9CEU0801.