VitaFerm® HEAT® Tub
“Within 30 days of putting the mineral out, we saw the cattle on the pasture a couple of hours a day more than the would have normally been. I think it does remove stress from the heat and the humidity on the cattle, and therefore, if they graze more they are going to gain more.”
-Jeff Simmons, J&S Cattle, Bastrop, LA
A cooked tub vitamin and mineral supplement for beef cattle on pasture to help prevent heat stress during temperatures of 70 degrees and above, or anytime cattle are grazing fescue.
UNIQUE FEATURESProvides Capsaicin to help maintain circulation to support animal performance in both heat and fescue situations. Capsaicin is research-proven to lower body temperature, which can improve conception rates by maintaining pregnancy. Includes garlic, a natural insect repellent.
VALUABLE NUTRIENT COMPONENTSContains organic copper and zinc for maximum bioavailability to the animal resulting in maintained pregnancy, immunity and hoof quality.
THE AMAFERM® ADVANTAGEAmaferm® is a precision prebiotic designed to enhance digestibility by amplifying nutrient supply for maximum performance. It is research-proven to maintain performance during heat stress and increase forage digestion, a common issue with fescue.
|Lysine % Min||---|
|Calcium % Min||5.0|
|Phosphorus % Min||2.5|
|Salt % Min||n/g|
|Mag % Min||1.5|
|Potassium % Min||1.8|
|Organic TMs Inside||Cu, Zn|
|Vit A IU/lb||150000|
|Vit D3 IU/lb||15000|
|Vit E IU/lb||100|
|Vitamin B-12 mcg/lb||n/g|
INGREDIENTSMolasses, Soybean Meal, Wheat Middlings, Monocalcium Phosphate. Dicalcium Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate, Magnesium Oxide, Vegetable Fat, Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin D-3 Supplement, Vitamin E Supplement, Zinc Oxide, Copper Sulfate, Manganous Oxide, Zinc Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Sodium Selenite, Ethylenediamine Dihydroiodide, Cobalt Carbonate, Dried Aspergillus oryzae Fermentation Product, Natural & artificial flavors.
FEEDING DIRECTIONSFeed to beef cattle using the following guidelines: 1. Consumption should be approximately 6-8 oz. per head, per day. 2. Provide one 200 lb. tub for every 25-35 head. 3. Provide plenty of good quality forage at all times. 4. Free-choice salt should be provided. 5. Provide a fresh, clean water supply at all times. 6. Consumption can vary with weather and feed conditions. 7. If over-consumed, move block farther from water or loafing area. The above feeding directions are guidelines. Use good management practices adapted to varying conditions.
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