Ruminants (e.g., cows, sheep, goats, etc.) have a gastrointestinal anatomy that is different from that found in humans, cats, dogs, etc. I have it on good authority– although not from personal experience–that ruminants should never receive MMS orally. Instead, these animals must receive a variation of MMS known as CDI shot (Chlorine Dioxide Injectable). This variation of MMS was developed by Dr. Andreas Kalcker and is saline solution infused with chlorine dioxide that has a pH of about 7.
Note: The oral dosing information that follows is not for ruminants. Further information for ruminants can be found in Andreas Kalcker’s book on CDS. The details of CDS and CDI are beyond the scope of this book, but may be included in future editions.