Transition Dairy Cows
Multimin 90

Prescribing Information
Safety Sheet
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION FOR MULTIMIN® 90: Federal law restricts the use of Multimin 90 to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. Not for use in humans; keep out of reach of children. Multimin 90 has a preslaughter withdrawal time of 14 days after injection. Always follow label dose; do not overdose. See prescribing information.

Your Best Shot at Strategic Trace Mineral Supplementation

Supports successful transitions

Multimin® 90 (zinc, copper, manganese, and selenium injection) is a proven, one-of-a-kind solution to provide trace minerals. Strategic trace mineral supplementation with Multimin 90 supports a healthy immune system1 and gives dairy producers assurance that each cow receives optimal supplementation of the four key minerals during times of peak demand, such as the third trimester2 and the transition period. Strategic trace mineral supplementation also supports udder health.3

Supports a healthy immune system

A large pen study conducted in Texas evaluated dairy cows through heat stress. Research results4 indicated that strategic trace mineral supplementation with Multimin 90 supported the immune system. The results also indicated that supplemented cows had:

  • Reduced metritis cases
  • Reduced stillbirths

Multimin 90 injectable trace minerals

Quickly replenishes trace minerals in the cow after in utero transfer to the calf

Research findings indicated that mineral levels decreased by approximately 30% at calving. University research results1 showed that Multimin 90 caused mineral levels to peak in the blood in 8–10 hours, with increases in liver levels within 24 hours post injection.

Supports udder health

The average case of clinical mastitis in the United States costs at least $400, including both direct costs, such as therapeutics or non-saleable milk, and indirect costs, such as future production or reproductive loss.5

University research results showed5 that when a single injection of Multimin 90 was given to dairy cows with elevated somatic cell counts, there was reduced incidence of chronic clinical mastitis, particularly in first lactation cows. Additionally, in cows with three or more lactations, subclinical mastitis treatment success was increased.

In another university study, research results showed3 a reduction in somatic cell counts, decreased clinical mastitis in multi-lactation cows, and decreased subclinical mastitis when cows were supplemented with zinc, copper, manganese and selenium by Multimin 90 injection at dry-off, 30 days pre-calving, and 35 days in milk.

1Pogge, D.J., et al. 2012. J. Anim. Sci. 90:2692-2698.
2Daugherty, S., et al. 2002. Texas A&M University publication. 39-43.
3Machado, V.S., et al. 2013. The Veterinary Journal. 197(2): 451-456.
4Silva, T.H., et al. 2022. J. Dairy Sci. 105:2
5Rollin, E., et al. 2015. Preventative Vet Med. 122 (3): 257-264.