Stock Weaning Remedy
Weaning of babies and supporting mum after weaning are vital for the emotional health of both. After weaning babies will go into a state of grief and often don't eat and drink for many days. This has many different affects on their health including weight loss, failure to thrive and leaving them susceptible to parasites and infection.
Best results are achieved by separating both mum and baby/ies for a period to allow them to feel this emotional stress/grief state. Give one dose at this point to both mother and baby and then again the following day if you feel it's necessary.
Give your stock the best chance after weaning with the Heal with Ease Weaning Remedy.
On Deepwater Station we have been using Heal with Ease as our primary animal health consultants for many years with great success. We have found their products particularly useful at weaning time for both sheep and cattle. Using their calf weaning protocol as part of our overall protocol we find the calves calm down faster with less stress, they leave the yards in better condition and don’t seem to get as many of the coughs, colds and other infections they often get after weaning.
The protocol is easy to administer, very cost effective and I would recommend it to anyone wanting to improve the health of their calves during and post weaning.
From Scott Macansh, Deepwater Station, Deepwater.
We have been using the weaning remedy for several years now and I wouldn't wean anything without it. The cows and the calves all get treated at weaning time in the yards, the cows get taken away, the calves still get sooky and call for mum, that's just natural, but they are much less stressed and usually settle well. Occassionally you will get the odd drama baby that has spent its life sooking anyway and by the second night if they are still a bit noisy I just shut them out of the water yard for a few hours, then take down some mixed up weaning remedy put it in the water trough swirl it around, then let them back in for a drink and they treat themselves. Easy. After that they are usually that quiet they can be turned out into the paddock looking for grass instead of stressing over mum. We also use it for the ewe's and lambs, also weaning puppies or even for new animals to help them settle in better as they are probably still grieving from when they were weaned.
The remedies are very easy to use, we just mix it up in either a spray bottle or a squirty drink bottle or even a syringe (without needle of course). Just 6 - 8 drops in about 500 ml of water and give it a good shake and if only treating one animal just 2 drops in a bit of water and either squirt it onto their nose or on the skin under the tail. For small animals or horses I just put it into their mouth no problem at all. I highly recommend Heal With Ease products and services, our animals and our family are so much healthier since using these wonderful natural remedies and no nasty chemicals or side affects.
From M. Retallack, Nullamanna, NSW
We have been using Heal with Ease products for 6 years and are very satisfied customers. I purchased the breeders kit in the beginning and it has proven to be a very valuable asset to our herd health program. We have weaned our calves for the last 6 years with their products and it has become a natural part of what we do. I believe that our weaners are less stressed and therefore wean quicker and calmer and they appear to have better overall health. We have currently started our own small feedlot and I am confident to say that our cattle are healthy due to the products from Heal with Ease. As a beef producer I am passionate about taking care of our cattle and Heal with Ease has provided me with the resources I need to take care of the needs of the cattle so they can perform to their best of their ability.
If there is any uncertainty of choosing to add this to the routine you already have I would recommend you try it. It can be implemented into your operation with ease and you will see the results for yourself. I am going to emphasize that the process is simple and there is no need to change your operation but when your livestock become healthier you will discover that there is a healthier way to handle your cattle with very little cost and great gain.
From Nancy Dent, Wallabadah NSW