BlueLite ReplenishM for scouring calves

BlueLite Replenishᴹ


•  Supports sodium absorption
•  Maintains energy
•  Maintains a low abomasal pH to support healthy digestive tract
•  Position stable - no stratification  
•  Meets recommendations of oral hydration product (Dr. Geof Smith, NCSU)
•  Therapy for sick calves
•  First liquid buffered calf electrolyte on the market
•  Nutrient Dense Liquid Concept - provides ease of supplementation
Provide 120 ml or 4 fluid ounces of liquid BlueLite® Replenishᴹ into every 2 quarts of water consumed on a daily basis.
In all feeding situations provide fresh water on a free-choice basis.
Continue feeding BlueLite Replenishᴹ as necessary.
•  32 doses per gallon jug
•  If feeding calf milk replacer, provide 120ml or 4 fluid ounces into 2 quarts of water consumed on a daily basis.

Single Dose: Add entire bottle (4 oz) into every 2 quarts of water consumed on a daily basis.


BlueLite Replenishᴹ is the only liquid oral electrolyte with high palatability that gives calves the best chance to reach their genetic potential. Calf managers know that osmolarity and the right nutrients recommended by industry experts make the difference.



How osmolarity helps with scours recovery


Calf diarrhea or scours continues to be a major health problem in calves less than 2 months of age (NAHMS Dairy Study). When treating calves with diarrhea, the use of oral rehydration products are an important tool for calf raisers. Five important goals for treating diarrhea are: Correcting dehydration, Correcting acidosis, Correctiong electrolyte abnormalities (Na, K, Cl), Reversing negative energy balance and Preventing the growth of pathogenic bacteria. BlueLite® Replenishᴹ is the first liquid, buffered calf electrolyte on the market formulated for the severly dehydrated calf. Providing oral rehydration with a better alkalinizing agent than sodium bicarbonate - help supplement lost nutrients during scours with BlueLite Replenishᴹ - for calves!


TechMix BlueLite ReplenishM product photo


Scouring calves - Recommended for use during all stages of scours
Calves slow to drink milk
Signs of weakness and stress
Multiple oral hydration support uses

Glucose, Electrolytes, Sodium Acetate, Glycine & Betaine


Watch Dr. Geof Smith's presentation on Oral Electrolyte Therapy


Ask the Expert

Question: What do you think are the biggest challenges given the current offerings of electrolyte products on the market? Question: What would you suggest is the best way to feed BlueLite Replenish?

Question:Do you feel like BlueLiteReplenish overcomes some of the deficiencies we have in the market?

Question:Since BlueLite Replenish comes in a liquid form do you think that is a positive attribute?

Question: Why do you think an effective electrolyte would contain an alkalinizing agent? Question:With BlueLite Replenish containing sodium acetate is there a concern about this raising the abomasul pH? Question:What are the best alkalinizing agents and why? Question: ReSorb is the largest selling electrolyte on the market, is it a recommended product?