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MSE Perceptin, 4 lb. jug
MSE Perceptin is a psychobiotic that is specially formulated to reduce the perception of stress in all livestock. It combines proven psychobiotic microbial species and a proven non-microbial ingredient. The combination is more effective than either ingredient given alone. One teaspoon of Perceptin will provide twice the microbes in MSE Dry Microbial Concentrate and 1 g of the non-microbial ingredient. Animals not on MSE already should be allowed to adapt to this more concentrated product over a two week period. That means that animals should receive reduced levels of MSE Perceptin over a two week period prior to scheduled stressful activities such as weaning, shearing, transport and/or showing. Diarrhea can result if the full dose is given without adaptation. Alpacas: 1 gram (about 1 teaspoon) per head, may be increased for severe stress. For pig diets: 1 lb./ton, may also be added to water for dosing piglets during weaning/processing. 1gr per piglet in enough water for dispenser. For cattle: One lb./ton. Recommended mixing with water and giving during receiving at feedlot. 454 g/lb., mix as many grams as animals to be treated in water for 1 g doses. IMPORTANT! Animals on full dose may act lethargic, this is not a symptom of illness. MSE Perceptin works best in stressed animals, there may not be any observable change until the animal is stressed. One teaspoon of MSE perception provides about 13 Billion CFU and one gram of the non-microbial ingredient. One teaspoon/day will help reduce anxiety for mild and moderate stresses. Double the dose for severe stresses AS LONG AS THE NIMAL HAS BEEN ADAPTED. Cost per dose is $0.044/g. Ingredients: A patented blend of Lactobacillus acidophilus, L. casei, Streptococcus faecium, Bifidobacteria sp., and Saccharomyces cerevisiae, plus l-tryptophan.