Benefits for Veterinarians
Re-Borne bovine colostrum is not a cure-all. But for a veterinarians, colostrum can be an invaluable tool for a variety of common, everyday issues. Many practitioners have seen dramatic changes for the better in ill animals once they start taking colostrum. Bovine colostrum contains more than beneficial substances, from simple nutritional elements such as protein, fats, vitamins, and minerals, to more complex material such as lactoferrin, transfer factors, growth factors, and immunoglobulins or antibodies. Veterinarians can utilize colostrum as an additional tool for cases of:
- Diarrhea and other digestive illnesses
- Skin hot spots, ear infections and candiasis
- Preventing allergies in puppies and treating them when they occur
- Failure to thrive, poor appetite and malnutrition resulting from abuse or neglect
Dr. Alan Donnell, well-known performance horse practitioner and lead veterinarian in the mobile performance horse clinic, Equine Sports Medicine, notes, “A daily regimen of Re-Borne helps with growth, energy and the immune system of the horse. The positive responses we see from our patients is in the conditioning of the horse – the body condition, the hair coat and the increased performance. There’s a use for Re-Borne in all areas of the horse industry and all ages of horses – the young horses, the older horses – especially the horses that are under a lot of stress.” Equine veterinarians have an opportunity to add an all-natural tool to a variety of regimens – and it will not test in performance athletes.