PROPREG™

Harnessing the Power
of Probiotics to Improve
Cattle Reproductive Health

What Is ProPreg™?

ProPreg™ is the first intra-vaginal probiotic product to assure a healthy and balanced microbiome in the reproductive tract of cattle. ProPreg™ is specifically formulated with three native bacterial strains that are normally abundant in the reproductive tract of healthy cows. These Lactic Acid Bacteria provide defences against pathogens and infections.

Benefits of ProPreg™

Supports Cattle Health

Maintains optimal conditions to support excellent cow health and post-calving recovery.

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No Withdrawal Period

There is no withdrawal period due to ProPreg's™ GRAS (Generally Regarded as Safe) ingredients.

Safe and Easy

Safe administration and easy implementation into farm protocols and routines.

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Antibiotic Stewardship

Supports on-farm initiatives to reduce the usage of antibiotics and disinfectants. 

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Cost Effective

Compelling ROI making it ideal for use in heifers and adult cows.

How ProPreg™ Works

  • ProPreg™ directly targets the reproductive microbiome through intravaginal administration.
  • Pre-Calving: Administration pre-calving prepares the cow for the stressful transition period by supplying the reproductive microbiome with beneficial bacteria.
  • Post-Calving: Administration post-calving restores a balanced reproductive microbiome which is critical to defend the reproductive tract from being colonized by pathogenic bacteria. Reducing the effects of pathogenic bacteria also supports improved uterine involution and subsequent reproductive performance. 

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When To Use

For optimal maintenance of a healthy reproductive microbiome, administer ProPreg™ weekly starting approximately 2 weeks before expected calving, and until 2 weeks postpartum.

  • 1st dose given 2 weeks before expected calving date
  • 2nd dose given 1 week before expected calving date
  • 3rd dose given 1 week post-calving
  • 4th dose given  2 weeks post-calving

As an industry, I believe we need to move towards a preventative mindset. ProPreg™ is now a key tool in our toolbox to prevent Metritis. As most dairy farms, we run with a minimal number of staff members. Having a scheduled weekly task can reduce the amount of sick animals and treatments that disrupt our daily routine. If we can reduce any hindrance to a cow transitioning to peak production we believe it is worth the investment. With ProPreg™, we are looking at treating cow’s health holistically instead of piece by piece like IV's and injectables.

Natasha Sutherland

Stein Farms | LeRoy, New York | 1000 Heads