Bovine Range

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Help to maintain gut health and Quickly Restores the Integrity of the Intestinal Flora

POWERFUL AND EFFECTIVE

Prevents intestinal disorders caused by bacterial and parasitic infections such as coccidiosis, multifactorial necrotic enteritis, etc., that cause decreased performance and high mortality.

Quickly restores the intestinal flora of animals, minimize their recovery time and growth losses.

BENEFITS

  • Control intestinal disorders.
  • Acts as a natural growth agent enabling optimal growth.
  • Better feed conversion.
  • Allows to interruption of antibiotics use. Does not build up resistance.
  • Maximize production and ROI.
  • Improve zootechnical and financial results of livestock production.
  • Contributes to decreasing pH of drinking water.

MAINS COMPONENTS

Plant extracts, essential oils, vitamin k and a mix of organic acids.

SAFE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY-FRIENDLY

The unique Tecnocok® formula is 100% natural.

It can be used in any livestock production facility: conventional, organic and all-natural.

Does not require any withdrawal before slaughter.

COCCIDIOSIS

Coccidiosis is one the most common parasitic disease in poultry.

It is a caused by protozoa located mainly in the small intestine of poultry or in the caecum (first part of the colon).

Observations:

  • Presence of legs sores due to demineralization.
  • Abnormal and uncertain gait.
  • “Droopy” wings.
  • Pale crest and anorexia.
  • Bloody droppings.
  • Wet litter.
  • Progressive or rapid weight loss in poultry.
  • Important mortality increases.

NECROTIC ENTERITIS

Necrotic Enteritis is a sporadic, non-contagious infection caused by a bacterium, Clostridium perfringens, which produces toxins causing damage to the intestines (necrosis).

Causes:

Subclinical coccidiosis (silent) caused by a resistance to certain antioccidials (vaccines, ionophore, etc.)

Bacteria normally found in the soil, dust, droppings and bedding. It is also found in the intestines of hens and turkeys. The disease occurs when there is an imbalance in intestinal flora or damage to the mucosa. Highly contaminated food or litter can also be involved in an outbreak. Flies can act as a mechanical vector which can result in high mortality rates.

OUR COMPANY

The goal of Synergie Quebec is to meet the challenges of livestock professionals who are increasingly faced with persistent and recurrent pathologies related to the massive and systematic use of antibiotics in feed, thus building up antibiotic resistance.

Synergy Eurobec International is continually working on new product lines tailored to your specific needs, regardless of your production type:

For more information about one of our products or services, do not hesitate to contact us.

PACKAGING
4 X 1 gallon
20 L
210 L

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Help to maintain gut health and Quickly Restores the Integrity of the Intestinal Flora

POWERFUL AND EFFECTIVE

Prevents intestinal disorders caused by bacterial and parasitic infections such as coccidiosis, multifactorial necrotic enteritis, etc., that cause decreased performance and high mortality.

Quickly restores the intestinal flora of animals, minimize their recovery time and growth losses.

BENEFITS

  • Control intestinal disorders.
  • Acts as a natural growth agent enabling optimal growth.
  • Better feed conversion.
  • Allows to interruption of antibiotics use. Does not build up resistance.
  • Maximize production and ROI.
  • Improve zootechnical and financial results of livestock production.
  • Contributes to decreasing pH of drinking water.

MAINS COMPONENTS

Plant extracts, essential oils, vitamin k and a mix of organic acids.

SAFE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY-FRIENDLY

The unique Nutri-Gro® formula is 100% natural.

It can be used in any livestock production facility: conventional, organic and all-natural.

Does not require any withdrawal before slaughter.

COCCIDIOSIS

Coccidiosis is one the most common parasitic disease in poultry.

It is a caused by protozoa located mainly in the small intestine of poultry or in the caecum (first part of the colon).

Observations:

  • Presence of legs sores due to demineralization.
  • Abnormal and uncertain gait.
  • “Droopy” wings.
  • Pale crest and anorexia.
  • Bloody droppings.
  • Wet litter.
  • Progressive or rapid weight loss in poultry.
  • Important mortality increases.

NECROTIC ENTERITIS

Necrotic Enteritis is a sporadic, non-contagious infection caused by a bacterium, Clostridium perfringens, which produces toxins causing damage to the intestines (necrosis).

Causes:

Subclinical coccidiosis (silent) caused by a resistance to certain antioccidials (vaccines, ionophore, etc.)

Bacteria normally found in the soil, dust, droppings and bedding. It is also found in the intestines of hens and turkeys. The disease occurs when there is an imbalance in intestinal flora or damage to the mucosa. Highly contaminated food or litter can also be involved in an outbreak. Flies can act as a mechanical vector which can result in high mortality rates.

OUR COMPANY

The goal of Synergie Quebec is to meet the challenges of livestock professionals who are increasingly faced with persistent and recurrent pathologies related to the massive and systematic use of antibiotics in feed, thus building up antibiotic resistance.

Synergy Eurobec International is continually working on new product lines tailored to your specific needs, regardless of your production type:

For more information about one of our products or services, do not hesitate to contact us.

PACKAGING
25 kg

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Vitamin E and Selenium Dietary Supplement in a Liquid Format

Selenium acts in synergy with vitamin E as both antioxidant and cell detoxifier.

Selenium and vitamin E are essential to vascular, nervous and muscle tissue functions.

Animals in rapid growth mode crucially need those elements. Vitamin E plays an important role in fertility and immunity.

MAINS INGREDIENTS

Vitamin E
Selenium (sodium selenite)

INSTRUCTIONS

Poultry: 1 litre/1,000 litres of water → 3 to 4 days

Cattle

Dry cow stage: 35 ml/cow/day → 3 days

Three weeks before calving: 35 ml/cow/Day → 3 days

PACKAGING
4 X 1 GALLON
20 L

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Nutrial® Alleviates and Treats Symptoms Associated With Fatty Liver and Liver Cirrhosis.

Nutrial® works on nutrient metabolism and catabolism, including calcium, to prevent fatty and hemorrhagic liver.

NUTRIAL® BENEFITS

A formulation specially adapted for livestock, based on methionine, sorbitol and betain.

Sorbitol stimulates the secretion of digestive hormones, more specifically those that trigger gallbladder contraction and that regulate the secretions of pancreatic enzymes as well as essential trace elements.

Betain is involved in and speeds up the metabolism of fatty acids in the liver.

It plays an essential role in hepatic metabolism since it prevents fat buildup and thus limit the apparition of fatty liver.

Its need is increased in the case of high energy and high density diets (laying hens and chickens, dairy and nursing cows).

INSTRUCTIONS

All poultry.

1 litre for 1,000 L drinking water for 5 days

Adult Cattle

Fattening: 60 ml or gr per day and by subject for 5 days

Intensive: 150 ml or gr per day and by subject for 5 days

SAFE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY

The unique formula of Nutrial® products is completely natural.

It can be used in any animal production facility: conventional, organic and all-natural.

Does not require any withdrawal before slaughter

Nutrial® is the fruit of several years of specific research and is suited to the needs of animals for optimum results.

MAINS INGREDIENTS
Vit. A
Vit. D3
Vit. E
Vit. K
Vit. B1
Magnesium
Zinc
Copper
Manganese
Sorbitol
Sodium
Betain
D.L methionine
Calcium

Packaging
4 x 1 gallon
20 L
210 L

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Dietary Supplement

USE BENEFITS

Liquid Nutrinat® has been specially formulated to prevent digestive and respiratory disorders of bacterial and viral origins.

INSTRUCTIONS

All poultry.

2 litres/1,000 litres of water → 6 days

MAINS INGREDIENTS

Essential oils
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
Vitamin K
Vitamin B1
Magnesium
Zinc
Manganese
Copper

Packaging
4 x 1 gallon

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Stifling Heat—Dehydration—Stress

Complete Dietary Supplements

HYDRASOL® BENEFITS

By virtue of its composition, Hydrasol® creates the perfect synergy between highly effective ingredients at every physiological phase of poultry.

Sweltering Heat: Hydrasol® is highly recommended during intense heat periods. Its effectiveness has been proved in Africa and Europe’s hot climates.

Stress of any type: diet change, noise, light, temperature change, caging, barn and flock thinning, transport, debeaking, vaccination, etc.

All stresses immediately lead to an increase in urinary tract pH and thus decreases immune defences.

Veal and poultry brooding/starting (supply energy, vigour, viability).

  • Hydration
  • Bird brooding
  • Heatstroke prevention
  • Weak appetite
  • Spiking
  • Lack of energy or activity
  • Promotes weight gain in the last week

ELEMENT PROPERTIES

Vitamin D3 helps regulate blood calcium levels and acts as a carrier of this macroelement. It also promotes calcium’s intestinal absorption.

Vitamin E is involved in cellular metabolism and as an antioxidant and detoxifying agent.

Vitamin C promotes immunity by stimulating antibody production. It is also involved in cellular respiration.

Glycine and citric acid allow the absorption of water and sodium at the cell level of the intestinal tract’s mucosa.

Magnesium increases the urinary volume and purifies the kidneys.

Dextrose provides a highly assimilative energy supply. This form of carbohydrate requires no enzymatic activity (lactase). It is directly assimilated by cells.

Does not require any withdrawal before slaughter.

INSTRUCTIONS
Chicks starting, periods of high heat and stress
1 to 2 litres/1000 litres of water for 3 to 4 days

MAINS INGREDIENTS 
Vitamin D3
Vitamin E
Vitamin C
Glycine
Citric acid
Magnesium
Dextrose
Sodium
Potassium

Packaging
20 L
210 L

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Specially Formulated for Bovines and Goats

USUAL DIETARY INTAKE

The feed of dairy cows and goats is very poor, even devoid of any vitamins, due to ingredient fermentation (silage, maize, grass, hay, etc.). That is why a daily intake of vitamins is necessary to optimize production and ensure good health (through TMR).

Vitamins presented in solid form and supplied in the alimentary bolus stay in the rumen throughout the entire ruminal phase (12 hours).

These vitamins undergo stress and degradation due to micro-organisms produced during ruminal fermentation. This degradation can reach more than 70%.

NEW APPROACH

VITABOV® is a mixture of fat-soluble (ADE) and water-soluble (B complex) vitamins in a very concentrated liquid form.

VITABOV® supplies vitamins through drinking water. Since this water remains very little time in the rumen, it does not allow, or allows very little, degradation of the vitamins it transports— in short, it creates a “Bypass” effect.

This transport medium allows for better vitamin bioavailability once it reaches the intestine.

Fat-soluble vitamins undergo enzymatic hydrolysis under the action of pancreatic and intestinal esterases to be absorbed through the intestinal walls via lipid micelles.

Water-soluble vitamins are absorbed through intestinal walls by active transport.

Instructions

Inject in the drinking water circuit with a dosing pump.

Feed Application Rate

250 ml for 1,000 litres of water.

MAINS INGREDIENTS

Vitamin A
Vitamin D3
Vitamin E
Thiamine hydrochloride
Riboflavin
Nicotinamide (Niacin)
D-calcium pantothenate
Pyridoxine hydrochloride
D-Biotin
Folic acid
Vitamin B12

PACKAGING
20 L
100 L
210 L

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Natural Stimulation for Optimal Production

Liquid mineralization for dairy cows, ewes and goats

USER OBSERVATIONS AND BENEFITS 

  • 100% absorbable, (75% for traditional mineral delivery)
  • Improved production performances
  • Improved feed efficiency

COMPOSITION
Phosphorus
Magnesium
Zinc
Manganese
Copper
Cobalt
Iodine
Selenium

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION

0.8 L for 1.00 L of water

FEED SAFETY

The water consumption of a lactating animal is rarely deficient, contrary to the consumption of dry matter.

The distribution of liquid minerals through drinking water allows an intake that follows the milk production curve of cows, ewes and goats, thus optimizing the genetic potential of each animal.

THE DISTRIBUTION OF MINERALS THROUGH DRINKING WATER DELIVERS A CONTRIBUTION IN PROPORTION TO THE DAIRY PRODUCTION OF ANIMALS (COWS, EWES AND GOATS)

A macro and microelement supply in an immediately available, ionized form.

Fewer loss compared to traditional mineral distribution (mix and trough), 25 to 30% absorption increase

PACKAGING
20 L
100 L
210 L

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Liquid Vitamins (Customizable Formula)

Diseases related to vitamin deficiencies

COMPOSITION
Vitamine A
Vitamine D3
Vitamine E
Vitamine B12
Selenium

Dosage

10 ml for 10 L of water or 1 L for 1,000 L of water for 4–5 days.

VITAMIN A

Vitamin A (growth vitamin): fat-soluble (name of the disease: avitaminosis).

Vitamin A deficiency promotes mucosal damage and the development of infectious germs. It also promotes vision problems (eye and eyelid inflammation), weakness, uncertain gait, ruffled feathers and, at the time of the autopsy, the presence of whitish pustules on the mucous membranes of the pharynx, larynx and esophagus. Partial vitamin A deficiency cause malformations.

Roles

  • Vitamin A builds up resistance to infections and promotes the production of antibodies.
  • It determines uterine environment and embryo survival (chicks).

Vitamin A Deficiency

  • Growth arrest.
  • Decreased resistance to infections.
  • Fertility loss.
  • Extreme deficiency → Animal death.

VITAMIN D

Roles

Vitamin D is also called the antirachitic vitamin since it enables skeleton and muscle development. It is also involved in egg shell development. Vitamin D is fat-soluble.

Vitamin D3, also called cholecalciferol is either absorbed in the intestine through food intake or synthesized at the skin level. D3 becomes active after having been transformed by the liver and kidneys (calcitriol, the only active form). It then acts on the intestine by promoting calcium absorption at the bone level and calcium salt fixation.

Vitamin D can only work if the diet contains enough calcium and phosphorus.

Consequences of a Deficiency 

Rickets and bone deformation in young animals. The embryo dies shortly before hatching (poor position, weak skeleton, beak unable to pierce the shell). Small and fragile eggs.

VITAMIN E

Vitamin E is the fertility vitamin and influences brain development. Even though it does not require a great amount, it plays an important role in reproduction.

Vitamin E refers to a set of tocopherols from the plant world that acts as an antioxidant inside the body. Its action is only possible if selenium is present in sufficient quantity.

Roles

Vitamin E is necessary for brain formation. It also influences fertility, allows hatching of eggs, is an antioxidant of fats and it promotes the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins.

Consequences of a Deficiency

Brain lesions in chicks, muscle and nervous problems: loss of member movement control in young animals; permanent sterility in adult males; non-productivity in females: problems with ovaries, mortality of embryos in the egg from 84 to 96 hours after incubation (bloody ring), sometimes combined with a selenium deficiency.

VITAMIN B12

Vitamin B12 is the anti-anemia vitamin, promoting the red blood cell function. It is essential to the proper growth of young animals and promotes egg shell quality.

Vitamin B12 is also called cyanocobalamin. This vitamin is fat-soluble and requires cobalt to operate.

Roles

Vitamin B12 fulfills several important roles: essential to the growth of chicks, it contributes shell quality and prevent blood problems (i.e. anemia).

Consequences of a Deficiency:

Weaker growth of young animals, leg deformities (bones, tendons) in chicks: 1 or 2 leg tendon spreads (also called perosis), skin problems, lack of motor coordination, nervous disorders, embryo mortality after about 20 days of hemorrhages, atrophied legs, head wrongly placed in the egg.

SELENIUM

Antioxidant acting in synergy with vitamin E. Selenium is essential for avian species. It prevents exudative diathesis in chicks with dietary vitamin E deficiency as well as muscular dystrophy and pancreatic fibrosis. Selenium, as a component of glutathione peroxidases and thus by its stimulation of lipid and vitamin E absorption, contributes to the destruction of peroxides and maintenance of sub-cellular membrane integrity by preventing unsaturated lipid peroxidation.

Consequences of a Deficiency:

Feed rations are often energy high (rich in lipids) and, when given at certain periods (growth, fattening, reproduction…), increase the need for vitamin E and selenium. These two elements contributes to the protection against oxidation processes. Inadequate supply leads to deficiencies that manifest themselves as growth and reproductive disorders, muscle problems, exudative diathesis, dystrophy, weak muscle growth, and pancreatic fibrosis.

A word of caution, the toxicity of selenium can occur rapidly due to the close interval between active and toxic doses. It is therefore always necessary to make an overall assessment of all possible selenium sources before starting a supplementation.

PACKAGING

20 L
100 L
210 L

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Improving the efficiency of protein utilization

OPTIPRO® is a judicious additive combination designed to provide rumen protection to dietary protein and thus improve availability for ruminants.

FEATURES

  • Reduces protein degradation in the rumen by limiting microbial attacks.
  • Promotes protein digestion in the gut and enables ruminants to achieve maximum nutrition from their feed.
  • Decreases ammonia buildup in the rumen and that of urea in the liver.
  • Ensures metabolic conditions beneficial to digestive well-being and limiting decreases in rumen pH.
  • Improves zootechnical performances: milk, proteins and flesh condition.
  • Reduces the cost of protein inputs purchased.
  • Improves feed efficiency.

COMPOSITION

Mixture of aromatic substances, tannins, mineral salts.

INSTRUCTIONS

To be incorporated into ruminant feed at the following target doses:

– Dairy cow: 100 gr/cow/day

– Ovine and caprine livestock: 18 gr/head/day

Assessment and validation testing of OPTIPRO® and impact of its incorporation in dairy cow and in livestock feed

For the purposes of this evaluation, we have introduced OPTIPRO® in the feed of 1290 dairy cows on 12 farms. The study lasted for 5 weeks.

The purpose of this test was to validate the efficacy of OPTIPRO ® in reducing the degradability of total feed protein and protecting, as well as increasing, their availability during intestinal absorption. The test also assessed the value added for optimum technical and financial results.

Feed used is mainly composed of the following:

  • Grass silage (alfalfa and gramineous crops).
  • Corn silage.
  • Corn grain, corn gluten, wheat, etc.
  • Soya and/or canola oil meal.

Selected ration criteria for the first 50 days of lactation: 

  • Crude protein, maximum 16% (greater than 70% degradability, ranging from 70-75%).
  • Milk energy, 1.70 % minimum.

Another aim taken into account is the use of protein sources from simpler and cheaper ingredients, even if those are every degradable.

AVERAGE RESULTS ACHIEVED ON 12 TESTED FARMS AND MORE THAN 1290 COWS

 An average production gain of +2.8 kg / cow / day, an increase in the protein level from +3 to +4% and a decrease in milk urea level.

The return on investment is $10.00 for every $1.00 invested, if we take into account the increase in milk production and the distinct possibility of lowering the cost of protein purchased inputs.

PACKAGING

25 kg