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Carmelyx 28% Supplement Tub 225#

Dehydrated molasses/protein supplement tub designed to be fed to cattle. FOR RUMINANTS ONLY – Feed contains not more than 10.0% equivalent protein from non-protein nitrogen.

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Benefits

  • Palatable
  • High energy
  • Aids in forage utilization
  • Aids in digestion of low quality forages
  • Supports controlled intake                                        
  • No container deposit required / convenient feeding
  • Nutritionally balanced to support overall health, immune response and reproduction performance
  • Minimal waste / not affected by rain
  • Feed free-choice to cows as a protein supplement to hay or pasture to help improve body condition and support the nutritional needs of lactating cows
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Features

Features

  • Dehydrated molasses / protein supplement tub designed to be fed to cattle
  • Contains not more than 10.0% equivalent protein from non-protein nitrogen
  • 28% protein
  • 5% fat
  • Controlled intake / low moisture
  • Fortified with vitamins (A, D, & E) and essential trace minerals
  • Weather resistant; long storage life and more predictable consumption
  • Soluble protein source from NPN (urea)

Feeding Directions

Feeding Directions

  • Cattle (based on 1000 lb animal) 0.5 to 1.0
  • Feed one tub per 10 head of cattle. Consumption will vary depending on quality of roughage, age, weather conditions, and size of animals. Also, depends on placement of blocks relative to water, loafing, and feeding areas. Feeding Right Now Mineral is recommended and helps control consumption of tubs.

Guaranteed Analysis

Guaranteed Analysis

Protein Min. 28.0%
Fat Min. 5.00%
Fiber Max. 4.00%
Calcium                            (Min. 1.00%) Max. 1.50%
Phosphorus Min. 1.00%
Potassium Min. 2.50%
Salt                                      None added
Magnesium Min. 0.50%
Sulfer Min. 1.00%
Zinc Min. 665 PPM
Manganese Min. 665 PPM
Copper Max. 225 PPM
Iodine Max. 44.5 PPM
Cobalt Max. 6.7 PPM
Selenium Min. 6.7 PPM
Vitamin A Min. 50,000 IU/lb.
Vitamin D3 Min. 12,500 IU/lb.
Vitamin E Min. 12.5 IU/lb.

 

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