SYNOVEX® ONE FEEDLOT and SYNOVEX ONE GRASS implants provide your operation with up to 200 days of improved weight gain and increased feed efficiency. They are the only true 200-day trenbolone acetate and estradiol implants for use in both steers and heifers. So you only need to use one applicator and one implant for all your cattle — providing labor savings and unmatched operational efficiency.
Why stress over implants?
If re-implanting your cattle is getting old, maybe it’s time to switch to the only true 200-day trenbolone acetate and estradiol implant for use in both steers and heifers. Just implant once with SYNOVEX ONE and don’t go gray worrying about implants.
What you get with 200 days of implant performance
Improved Operational Flexibility
More Pounds and More Profits*,1
Increased Labor Efficiency
Almost 7 Months of Implant ROI
The right choice for feedlot or pasture
Get 200 days of improved feed efficiency and increased daily gains in both your steers and heifers.
Better Gains in Feedlot Steers and Heifers
Steers given SYNOVEX ONE FEEDLOT had increased gain and feed efficiency compared with nonimplanted steers.2
Heifers receiving SYNOVEX ONE FEEDLOT had higher ADG and improved feed efficiency.2
Do not use SYNOVEX products in veal calves. Refer to label for complete directions for use, precautions, and warnings.
*Cattle prices are the average paid for 425-pound steers when the study started, $221.75/cwt, and value at completion of the study was the average sale price received for 850-pound steers, $142.50/cwt.
1 Data on file, Study Report No. 16CARGFA01, Zoetis Inc.
2 Cleale RM, Bechtol DT, Drouillard JS, et al. Synovex Plus implants coated with a polymeric, porous film improve performance of beef steers and heifers fed in confinement for up to 200 days. J Anim Sci. 2012;90(13):5056-5066.
3 Cleale RM, Edmonds JD, Edmonds M, et al. Growth promoting hormonal implant pellets coated with a polymeric, porous film promote weight gain by grazing beef heifers and steers for up to 200 days. J Anim Sci. 2015;93(4):1933-1941.