This feed is designed to be fed as a supplement to free choice pasture and long stem quality hay. It is not designed to be fed as the sole ration.
Introduce this and all new feeds slowly over a 7 to 10 day period to all species.
Animals should have access to free choice, long stem hay at all times, in addition to free access to pasture.
Feed adult maintenance horses at the rate of 1-2% of bodyweight (1-2 lbs per 100 pounds of bodyweight) depending upon body condition, amount of work, and quality of quantity of range and forage. Provide access to free choice, long stem hay at all times. Fresh clean water should be available at all times. Horses that have been exercised should be cooled out and re-hydrated properly before being fed and before having access to unlimited water.
Feed weaned beef cattle on pasture at the rate of 1-3% of bodyweight (1-3 lbs per 100 pounds of bodyweight) depending upon desired rate of gain, body condition, and quality and quantity of range and forage. Provide access to free choice hay and clean drinking water at all times.
Feed goats at the rate of 1-2 lbs per 100 pounds of bodyweight per head per day. Provide free access to clean drinking water and free choice hay and pasture at all times.
Feed sheep at the rate of 1-2 lbs per 100 pounds of bodyweight per head per day. Provide free access to clean drinking water and free choice hay and pasture at all times.Guaranteed Analysis
- Crude Protein, min.: 12.0%
- Crude Fat, min.: 3.0%
- Crude Fiber, max.: 15.0%
- Calcium, min. - max.: min. 0.7% - max. 1.2%
- Phosphorus, min.: 0.35%
- Copper, min.: 5 ppm
- Zinc, min.: 100 ppm
- Selenium, min.: 0.3 ppm
- Vitamin A, min.: 2,500 IU/LB
SKU 060660176 Model 7502 Weight 50.0000 Color N/A Size N/A In Store Only No Price $10.99
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