1L contains: Vitamin A – 10000000IU; Vitamin D3 – 2000000IU; Vitamin E – 5000mg; Vitamin B1, B2, B6, K3; Biotine, Nicotineamide, D-Ca-pantonenat, Folicacid, Lisine, Methionine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Glycine, Se, Cu, Zn

Biological properties

PRODUCTIVE FORTE is a source of vitamins, minerals and amino acids for all kinds of farm animals and poultry. Vitamins are included in the product to catalyze metabolic processes. Amino acids are the structural units of tissue proteins, enzymes, peptide hormones and other biologically active compounds. Product supports the immune system and helps to maintain productivity at a high level upon the occurrence of stress associated with vaccination, handling, transport, changing diet and latent course of certain diseases in conjunction with the chelate forms of microelements.


PRODUCTIVE FORTE is administered:

- to feeding of cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, and poultry for the prevention of metabolic disorders, increase the body’s resistance to various diseases, for the prevention of stress conditions during the vaccination, transportation, transfers to another room, as a nonhormonal stimulant of growth and productivity, during pregnancy and lactation, during the change of diet, and also diseases associated with impaired liver function.


Poultry: Under stress (overheating, vaccination, change of diet, transportation) – 0.2-0.5/1 L in drinking water;

- Micotoxicosis after disease – 0.5-1.0 ml/1 L of drinking water; - To increase egg production – 0.2 ml/1 L of drinking water Pigs and horses:

- Under stress (weaning, overheating, vaccination, change of diet feeding, transportation) – 0.2-0.5 ml/1 L of drinking water;

- Pregnant sows and mares – 0.5 ml/1 L of drinking water in two courses of 7 days each, 30 and 14 days before delivery;


- newborn calves during first 7 days of life - 0.2 ml/1 L of colostrum or drinking water;

- calves in diseases with symptoms of diarrhea – 1.0 ml/1 L of drinking water or milk;

- dry cows – 0.5 ml/1 L of drinking water in two courses for 5 days, 30 and 14 days before calving.

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