A free-choice mineral-vitamin premix for beef cattle during a time when magnesium deficiency or imbalance is suspected
Contains 14% magnesium to help prevent grass tetany
Very palatable formula encourages mineral and magnesium intake when cattle are at risk of grass tetany
Our most economical Mag mineral
Free-Choice Mineral for Beef Cattle
Calcium Minimum 11.00%
Calcium Maximum 13.00%
Phosphorus Minimum 1.00%
Salt Minimum 19.00%
Salt Maximum 22.00%
Magnesium Minimum 14.00%
Potassium Minimum 0.10%
Zinc Minimum 2,000 ppm
Manganese Minimum 2,000 ppm
Copper Minimum 600 ppm
Iodine Minimum 35 ppm
Cobalt Minimum 14 ppm
Selenium Minimum 35 ppm
Vitamin A Minimum IU/Lb 50,000
Dicalcium phosphate, monocalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, salt, magnesium oxide, corn distillers dried grain with solubles, zinc sulfate, copper sulfate, manganese sulfate, ethylenediamine dihydriodide, cobalt carbonate, dried cane molasses, mineral oil, vitamin A supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, sodium selenite.
Offer free choice to cattle whenever a magnesium deficiency or imbalance is suspected. Place in covered mineral feeders or troughs located near the animal’s water supply, shelter, or loafing area. Offer 1 feeding station for each 15 head. Fill feeders with a quantity of mineral that will be consumed in 7 days. DO NOT ALLOW FEEDERS TO BECOME EMPTY. 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.