|Calcium : Phosphorus Ratio||Livestock should maintain a ratio of from 1.5 to 2.0 parts of calcium for each part of phosphorus in the diet to help maintain proper bone growth and metabolic function. This mineral has a 2 part Calcium to 1 part Phosphorus ratio to help animals maintain a sufficient diet ratio on native pasture.|
|Block Form||Feeding livestock minerals in a block form allows you more flexibility in feeding locations and reduces the need for a trough to put the mineral in. Putting mineral blocks out in areas of a pasture with less use may help attract livestock to achieve a more uniform forage use.|
|Zinc||Added zinc to aid protein synthesis, carbohydrate metabolism, and development and maintenance of the immune system.|
|Vitamins A & E||This block contains ample amounts of vitamins A, D, & E which serve as essential catalysts to digestive and bodily functions for livestock.|
|Palatable||This mineral block is one of the most palatable on the market. You can be assured your livestock will consume this mineral even in areas where you have trouble with mineral consumption.|
|Economical||This block will provide the essentials of calcium, phosphorus, salt, and zinc supplementation at the lowest cost per head per day.|
For cattle, sheep, and goats on pasture.
Feed as a mineral supplement to cattle, sheep, & goats on native, or improved, pastures to correct, or improve, mineral deficiencies that occur. No additional salt should be fed when using this product. Consumption should be from 1 to 1.5 ounces (0.06 to 0.09 lb.) per head per day for sheep & goats, and 3 to 4 ounces (0.18 to 0.25 lb.) per head per day for cattle.
Provide fresh, clean water at all times. Keep feed fresh in cool, dry storage. DO NOT use feed that is old, molded or insect contaminated.
|12.0%||Copper (min)||20.0 ppm|
|Calcium (max)||14.0%||Copper (max)||
|Phosphorous (min)||7.5%||Selenium (min)||10.0 ppm|
|Salt (min)||40.0%||Zinc (min)||1825.0 ppm|
|Salt (max)||45.0%||Vitamin A (min)||160,000 IU/lb.|
|Potassium (min)||0.2%||Vitamin E||80 IU/lb.|
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