Nozzles are angled for easy administration.
- Bottle Inserting Design
- Accurate Dose Adjustment
- Easy to Use
What is FerAppease MBAS?
The active ingredient of FerAppease is a synthetic analogue of the Maternal Bovine Appeasing Substance (MBAS). MBAS is naturally secreted by the sebaceous gland located on the skin of the mammary gland with the unique function of inducing an appeasing effect on the nursing offspring.
FerAppease is topically applied, and the active ingredient (MBAS) is assimilated by the vomeronasal gland located in the nose of the animals. The MBAS stimulation of the vomeronasal gland desensitizes regions of the amygdala and the hypothalamus, dramatically decreasing threat perception and its downstream stress consequences.
How do you apply FerAppease?
FerAppease is for use only in healthy cattle by topical administration behind the poll and to the skin above the muzzle.
When can FerAppease be used?
FerAppease can and should be used every time animals are exposed to management and physiological stressors where suppression of threat perception is desirable. i.e. weaning, dehorning, castration, branding, transportation, commingling, vaccination, parturition, interruption of lactation (dry off), breeding, et al.
What is the dosage of FerAppease on Cattle?
>200 Lb.: Apply 5ml of FerAppease behind the poll and a second 5 ml application to the skin above the muzzle.
< 200 Lb.: Apply 2.5ml of FerAppease behind the poll and a second 2.5 ml application to the skin above the muzzle.
How long before FerAppease takes effect?
Behavior modulation and stress mitigation starts to take place immediately after FerAppease is applied.
Is a prescription required for FerAppease?
No, FerAppease does not require a veterinarian's prescription or a Veterinary Feed Directive plan.
How much does FerAppease cost per dose?
>200lb - 10mL dose: $3.00/ head
<200lb - 5mL dose: $1.50/ head
Are there any side effects of FerAppease?
There are no known side effects.
Is there a withdrawal period after using FerAppease?
No, there is no withdrawal period after using FerAppease.
Can FerAppease be applied when it’s raining?
FerAppease is an oil-based product. It is recommended to apply FerAppease on a dry animal. It is best to allow FerAppease at least 20 minutes to absorb into the skin of the animal before getting wet.
What is the duration of each application?
FerAppease is effective for a period of 14 days. Most economically relevant, stressful events have a duration of less than 14 days. Therefore, a single application will get the animals through the entire challenge period.
Is there a benefit to reapplying FerAppease after the 14-day period?
If an animal is being run through the chute after the 14-day period for any reason such as revaccinating, studies have shown there are benefits to reapplication at this time.
Does FerAppease expire?
FerAppease has a two-year shelf life.
How should FerAppease be stored?
Store at controlled room temperature at 10 - 30℃ (50-86℉). Do not refrigerate or freeze.
Where can FerAppease be purchased?
FerAppease is available for purchase in feed stores, veterinary clinics, through your MWI/AHI representatives or here on our website feraah.com
Unfortunately, we did not receive this version of the pour on gun which we had ordered. We received the gun with the tube that connects to the bottle which is then held separately. We decided to use it that day anyway because we had a load of calves to work. Awkward to use but the worst part was that it started leaking after being used on just a few calves and I got more FerAppease on me than on the calves.
Jessica, we apologize for the mix-up and are sending you the dose gun you intended to purchase. We are also very sorry to hear that the dose gun that you were using appears to have malfunctioned. That is not the result we hope for our customers and take quality control very seriously for all of our products. We will follow up with you for further details.
Did not receive correct application gun
Didn’t receive the right applicator that I ordered