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A nutritional solution integrated as part of the cell count monitoring program in dairy ewe flocks


FEDIBOL is effective for limiting somatic cell levels in dairy ewes. It contributes to limiting risks of subclinical mastitis emergence in complement with veterinary measures and rules relating to housing hygiene and milking equipment.

FEDIBOL consists of micronutrients useful for ewe udder’s metabolism such as zinc, manganese and selenium. The synergy of FEDIBOL’s compounds, specifically of plants such as echinacea, ginseng, yucca, is helpful for monitoring cell count levels in ewes’ milk.

The powder form of FEDIBOL, PARACEL, meets the same objectives as the bolus. It is available in a form that complies with the specifications of organic farming.


cell count ewes experimentFEDIBOL was evaluated independently in partnership with Ordiarp’s Ovine Center (64) for Insemination and Dairy Control.

The results showed that FEDIBOL had a favorable effect for controlling the cell count levels in herds that are prone to this issue. FEDIBOL also helped to reduce ewes’ somatic cell counts by half throughout lactation. Also note that FEDIBOL has positive effects on ewes’ milking persistence.


Direction For Use

FEDIBOL is to be used preferably on dairy ewes whose somatic cell level ranges between 300,000 and 750,000 per ml of milk. In order to contribute to the long-term control of somatic cell levels, it is advised to distribute 2 FEDIBOL boluses at 40-day intervals.

Association: Prior to FEDIBOL administration, it is recommended to use Epatral for 5 days in order to sustain milk production and ewes’ metabolic balance.

Major components
Trace elements Selenium, zinc, manganese
Plants Echinacea, ginseng, yucca
Mix of flavouring substances

Box of 30 boluses of 10 grams each

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