Dairy Mineral

Guaranteed Analysis

Calcium Minimum 13.00%
Calcium Maximum 15.00%
Phosphorus Minimum 6.00%
Salt Minimum 19.00%
Salt Maximum 21.00%
Magnesium Minimum


Potassium Minimum 1.00%
Sulfur Minimum 1.50%
Zinc Minimum 2,700 ppm
Manganese Minimum 2,700 ppm 
Copper Minimum 700 ppm 
Iodine Minimum 50 ppm 
Cobalt Minimum 20 ppm 
Selenium Minimum 35 ppm 
Vitamin A Minimum IU/Lb 400,000 
Vitamin D3 Minimum IU/Lb 100,000 
Vitamin E Minimum IU/Lb 250 


Other Ingredients
Dicalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, processed grain by-products, salt, potassium sulfate, magnesium sulfate, magnesium oxide, zinc sulfate,  manganese sulfate, copper sulfate, ethylenediamine dihydriodide, cobalt carbonate, sodium selenite, vitamin A supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, molasses products, mineral oil.

Feeding Directions

For free choice feeding to dairy heifers and calves.  Offer free choice in covered mineral feeders or troughs located near the animals water supply and loafing areas.  Fill feeders with a quantity of BURKMANN DAIRY MINERAL that will be consumed in seven days.  Insure that small calves can reach the trough.  Maximum trough height should be 20 inches.  DO NOT feed additional salt or mineral.

CAUTION:  Three ounces of this mineral provides 3 mg selenium.  Feeding higher levels of selenium is not permitted.

May be used as a mixing mineral for lactating dairy cows.  Intended feeding rate is 4-5 ounces per head per day.  Mix according to the directions provided below.


Daily Feed Intake

Pounds per ton of Dairy Mineral

15 33
16 31
17 29
18 28
19 26
20 25
21 24
22 23
23 22
24 21
25 20

Not recommended for dry cows.  For dry cows use BURKMANN DRY COW DAIRY MINERAL or DRY COW SUPREME MINERAL.


CAUTION:  Do not permit intake of this mineral above that which would provide more than 0.3 ppm of selenium in the total ration dry matter.   Feeding higher levels of selenium is not permitted.
Not recommended for sheep.

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