Mineral bolus with 6 months of trace minerals for grazing cattle.


Soon, perhaps already, cow-calf pairs and stockers will be turned out on summer grass. Traditionally, many beef producers supplement summer grass with minerals to ensure the grazing cattle receive adequate nutrition.

Different parts of the country and different soils have differing mineral content. That makes mineral nutrition perhaps the least understood component of ruminant nutrition, especially in grazing cattle.

The mineral supplement intake of cattle is highly variable. Most farmers use a mineral bolus. This trace mineral bolus works as slow release over 6 months. 

Insufficient mineral can result in losses in performance and can cause clinical deficiencies. More commonly though, subclinical deficiencies occur manifested as reduced pregnancy rates, rough hair coats, hoof issues, retained placenta, low libido and poor calf performance. Our slow release bolus helps to prevent these problems and helps ranchers with their time management. 

To make sure sufficient mineral is provided, ranchers should consider the various sources and forms available and the best feeding strategy. Our mineral bolus has been in use for over 30 years on the EU market.

Trace mineral bolus, the building stone for a healthy cow and healthy future. 

The solution is Hightrace Bolus

Slow release


  1. From 250 kg
  2. Better fertillity
  3. Higher resistance
  4. Healthy growth
  5. Slow release during 6 months


          Dairy cows

1 High Trace bolus at drying off, repeat after 6 months

          Suckler cows

1 High Trace bolus at start of grazing season, repeat 6 months later


12 boluses of 110 grams

Mineral bolus works as a slow release bolus over 6 months.

Mineral bolus with 6 months of trace minerals for grazing cattle.

Prevent hypo magnesia or tetany with a magnesium bolus of 30 days.

Magnesium bolus supplementation in periods of magnesium deficiency. A longer period of hypo magnesia can cause tetany. This occurs when the feed ration shows a Magnesium deficiency or an excess of Potassium, leading to poor absorption of Magnesium. Young grass is typically low in Magnesium.

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Mastitis bolus, natural antibiotics for clinical mastitis prevention.

Many cases of mastitis are indicated by a high SCC through milk recording schemes or via California Mastitis Testing. The cow displays no clinical symptoms and has no visible changes to the milk. This shows us we have a subclinical mastitis case. A mastitis bolus helps clinical mastitis prevention.

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Iron shortage in newborn calves. Prevent anaemia with our Iron bolus

Iron deficiency can cause anaemia in calves and is, therefore, of economic importance for the farm. Iron deficiency in newborn calves is commonly caused by feeding whole milk without the addition of dietary supplements like the iron bolus.

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Makes calves drink when suffering from diarrhea

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6 months of trace minerals and vitamins

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Prevent Metritis

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Prevents Milk Fever

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Growth and resistance for young cattle

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Optimal preparation for dry cows

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Increase your chances for insemination

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Prevention against Milk fever and Downer syndrome

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Prevention of Ketosis

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