|Description||BEEF WEANER 20kg|
Beef Weaner Pellets are formulated to be fed to weaners between 125kg to 300kg live weight to maintain growth rates in situations where forage quality and/or quantity is limiting.
It is nutritionally balanced for essential nutrients such as protein, energy, vitamins and minerals, and contains lasalocid sodium for improved growth rates and feed conversion efficiency and as an aid in the prevention of coccidiosis.
Feed ad lib. or restrict if necessary. Introduce Beef Weaner Pellets gradually and avoid sudden changes to diet as digestive problems may occur. If digestive problems occur reduce the amount of pellets being fed and increase roughage consumption until normal digestive activity returns.
Stock will consume approximately 3% to 3.5% of their body weight of food per day. When fed in a feed-lot situation (ad lib.) about 15% to 25% of their consumption will be roughage and the remainder pellets. Roughage intake can be manipulated by alternating between straw and clean, fresh hay. The consumption of straw will generally be lower than hay which enables the level of consumption to be regulated.
Roughage and clean, fresh water must be available at all times.
This feed contains Lasalocid Sodium. Do not feed to camelids, horses or other equines as it may be fatal.
Withholding Period - Cattle: Nil.
Beef Weaner Pellets are formulated from a selection of the following ingredients: Barley, wheat, triticale, oats, peas, lupins, lentils, beans, soyabean, canola, sunflower and products derived from these ingredients. Vegetable oil, fat, limestone, di-calcium phosphate, salt, urea, acid buf, gypsum, bentonite, magnesium sulphate, magnesium oxide, antioxidants and lasalocid sodium.
Vitamins: A, D3, E.
Minerals: Calcium, phosphorus, sodium, chloride, cobalt, copper, iodine, manganese, selenium and zinc.
|As fed||DM @ 89%|
|Total Protein (min)||14.5%||16.3%|
|Protein from Urea (max)||2.9%||3.3%|
|Salt (max added)||1.0%||1.1%|
|Acid Buf (rumen bufer)||1.0%||1.1%|
|Lasalocid Sodium 46 mg per kg as fed|