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Product Code: 3516167

Agrimin 24/7 Smartrace Plus Cattle Bolus

10 Pack

From: £ 57 .75

Stocked in the following stores

Altnamachin, Armagh, Augher, Ballymena Seven Towers, Limavady or Rathfriland

Product Description

A sustained release bolus containing copper, iodine, selenium and cobalt. Intended to provide optimum trace element support for breeding cows on grass or forage based diets. Agrimin 24:7 Smartrace Plus is designed for situations where iodine, selenium and cobalt supplementation is essential in the run up to calving and service and where additional copper is also required.

Agrimin 24:7 Smartrace Plus supplies the animal’s full daily requirement of each essential trace element for 180 days.


Agrimin 24:7 Smartrace Plus boluses are for use in breeding cattle over 400kg body weight and are designed to lie in the reticulum. The wrapper on the bolus dissolves and the bolus breaks into three parts. These erode and dissolve thus providing a continuous and regular supply of nutrients to the animal.

- Only need to administer one bolus per animal
- Eroding technology means consistent supply of trace elements
- Delivers largest available daily supply of iodine
- Delivers full daily requirement of copper, selenium and cobalt
- Strong, healthy calves
- Easier, cleaner calvings
- Optimise conception rates
- Reduced calving spread
- Optimise general condition

Agrimin 24:7 Smartrace Plus has been the subject of a detailed R&D programme both at Glasgow Veterinary School and in New Zealand. A variant of this bolus technology has been successfully launched in NZ. Trials in cattle have confirmed an excellent sustained release profile, which ensures that copper, iodine, selenium and cobalt levels are maintained throughout the active life of the bolus.

One 195g bolus should be given to each animal.
Always use the approved Agrimin cattle bolus applicator A
Agrimin 24?7 Smartrace Plus boluses are packed in units of 10 (enough for 10 cattle)