5L, 20L pack or 100L drum
palaMOUNTAINS Revive is scientifically formulated to deliver a powerful dose of the full range of vitamins, minerals and trace elements for improved animal health and well-being.
palaMOUNTAINS Revive has been formulated and trialled for over 5 years; the improvement to stock health from farm trials is truly worth you looking at implementing into your yearly drenching programme.
palaMOUNTAINS Revive contains back to basic natural ingredients with a high absorption rate. What goes in stays in to be utilised and what is passed through is plain wastage. Your stock will utilise your precious feed better therefore converting production and energy to quicker weight gains for ultimate market values.
palaMOUNTAINS products are formulated and ingredients extensively researched by Massey University’s Food Scientists primarily to support the nutritional requirements of animal health. They include Omega 3, 6 & 9, B Group Vitamins including Biotin, Niacin, Folic Acid, Pantothenic Acid; Vitamins A, D, E & C, Selenium, Electrolytes and Minerals; providing an absorption rate of 99.5%.
Beef Calves (up to 70kg): 20mls as required.
Large Animals (200kgs+ body weight): dose 60mls as required.
McKenzie Farms Limited
21 Friesian-Angus cross (4 day old bull calves) reared to 16 months old
“We are extremely pleased with the impressive weight gains made by this group of calves and attribute their success to good quality feed and the regular drenching of palaMOUNTAINS Revive."
"Our calves were in fantastic condition and maintained healthy appetites throughout which we believe is the direct result of drenching palaMOUNTAINS Revive.
McKenzie Farms Limited highly recommends regular drenching with palaMOUNTAINS Revive when rearing calves to assist in achieving maximum weight gains.”
Geoff Murdoch, Heronslea Farm, Wanganui
Following on from the December / January trial conducted at our Wanganui farm I thought it timely to send you our thoughts on the product and “gut feel” results. I guess we need to set the back ground before I give you the “result”.
"The winter and spring of 2008 was probably the worst experience for both my manager and me. The stocks came through the drought of 2007/8 in reasonable condition but were lighter than we realised, however the wet, cold winter and spring seemed to tip the stock over at critical times. At one stage in September we had 29 cows on the ground with acidosis this resulting in a 30% milk reduction for the September / October period. The herd seemed to take a lot longer than usual to lose their winter coats, it was as if they were on hold and needed a kick start.
When you first met with us you will recall 7 calves in the front paddock. You challenged us to give your product to them as it would assist them in getting over the ill thrift and persistent scours.
The product was given to calves on the meal and simply sprayed on the silage in the feed pad to the cows. After two weeks (see ‘AFTER’) the stock seemed to blossom, coats looked good and their hooves were shiny… something we had never seen before. The most interesting observation was what I call “the perfect poo” that is must have the consistency of good porridge with three circles. This is normally seen in autumn when a good balance of feed and stock contentment is achieved. This was seen in the yard and the paddocks.
While we cannot quantify a production increase without the use of a control group, I am happy to say the herd has maintained the same production through late December and January, and indeed we are in the “above average” group when compared to farms in the area.While this may not seem too great an achievement, you need to note this season is the first season back on twice a day milking after 4 seasons on once a day."