Raise rabbits with safety

First, sniffing antibiotics in the prevention and treatment of rabbit diseases, the correct use of drugs, will make some sick rabbits turn to danger, otherwise it will cause unnecessary losses. Rabbits are herbivores that are not ruminating, but their digestive characteristics have many similarities with ruminants, such as the unreasonable use of antibiotics such as oxytetracycline tablets and tetracycline tablets. The normal flora in the digestive tract produces side effects and even results in the death of the diseased rabbit. When antibiotics must be used, oral antibacterial agents such as sulfamethoxazole tablets, enemies, etc. may be used. If you need to use sterilization, you can use injection instead. When administered orally, it is best to use it under the guidance of a veterinarian.

Second, the use of raw bean curd residue tofu is a by-product of tofu processing, its low price, can reduce the cost of raising rabbits. However, if it is to be rational, it will cause unnecessary losses. Due to the rich content of nutrients in the bean curd residue, crude protein was 29.8% (dry matter). There is no cooking process for tofu residue in tofu processing, so harmful substances such as trypsin remain in the soybean curd residue. It not only affects the palatability, but also causes the protein to be not decomposed and absorbed in the small intestine, making it in the soybean curd residue Proteins are not used as they should be. In severe cases, they can cause diarrhea and poisoning.

Rabies Vaccine (Vero Cell) for Human Use

The first company develops and employs the technology of microcarrier bioreactor for production of Rabies Vaccine (Vero Cell) for Human Use in China. The culturing process has good repeatability, the product shows reliable quality and in reasonable stability and has the comparable effect with lyophilized formulation.

Rabies Vaccine

Finished Products

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