Ummunity Corp has developed a line of products called BridgeTM to help with the wellness management of horses, dairy and beef herds. We offer a preventative approach with proprietary supplements that block the actual microorganisms from even entering a newborn calf, foal or colt and use lick tank and nasal protectant.
Ummunity Corp has now a line of products called BridgeTM to help with the wellness management of dairy herds. We have a proprietary processing system that allows for the elimination of microorganisms from first milk that would otherwise be transmitted to a calf along with production of immunogens that can be used to immunize cattle.
A special blend if immunoglobulins G can be fed orally, sprayed into the mouth or nasal passages or given in dry form. We describe our process as intramucosal passive protectant. It is designed to cross-react with given groups of microbes such as Pasteurella, Clostridium, Johnes, Mycoplasma, E.coli, Salmonella, Mastitis organisms, and BVD viruses. This produces the concentrated, broad spectrum, functional bovine gamma globulins that are at the core of our horse, dairy and beef wellness solutions. Nasal sprays, lick tanks and mixing BridgeTM with normal feeding procedures allows herd managers to efficiently address a broad range of threats—no matter how BridgeTM products are administered.
Key to our success is our ability to demonstrate that delivery of antibodies to various mucus membrane lined parts of an animal’s body will prevent the entrance of microbes. The antibodies can be fed orally, sprayed into the mouth or nasal passages or given in dry form. We describe our process as intramucosal passive protectantTM.
Uses for our BridgeTM products are numerous. They are particularly important immediately at the birth of a calf when its immune system is still challenged. Given within the first minutes via milk and then from day 2-35 as a milk replacement, the calf is protected and given a strong and healthy path to wellness. Bovines are also susceptible to stress and challenging health issues during shipping and adjusting to feed lots. Nasal sprays, lick tank solutions and mixing BridgeTM with normal feeding procedures allows herd managers to efficiently address these threats—no matter how BridgeTM products are administered.
Follow up feedings keep the calf safe from the second day until day 35 when the calf’s own immune system takes over. BridgeTM is also a great way to assist an animal’s immune system when it is under stress from shipping or adjustment to a new feed lot.