VitaFerm® Concept•Aid® 5/S CTC 3G with ClariFly®
A vitamin and mineral supplement for beef cattle specifically designed for reproductive success when fed 60 days pre-calving through 60 days post-breeding. Especially beneficial in A.I. and E.T. breeding programs. Includes CTC for the control of Anaplasmosis and ClariFly® to stop flies in their larval stage. CAUTION: Beginning January 1, 2017, Federal law restricts medicated feed containing this veterinary feed directive (VFD) drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.
UNIQUE FEATURESProvides 5% phosphorus, the ideal level of phosphorus for use with average to good quality forages, to promote milk production and higher calf weaning weights. Also contains CTC for the control of Anaplasmosis and ClariFly® to stop flies in their larval stage.
VALUABLE NUTRIENT COMPONENTSContains organic copper, zinc and manganese to ensure maximum bioavailability of nutrients to the animal. Contains high levels of vitamin E and selenium to promote optimized fertility.
THE AMAFERM® ADVANTAGEAmaferm® is a precision prebiotic designed to enhance digestibility by amplifying nutrient supply for maximum performance. It is research-proven to increase the energy available to the animal resulting in more milk production as well as to the ability to initiate and maintain pregnancy and fertility.
FEEDING DIRECTIONSMix this Type B medicated feed with non-medicated feed ingredients to manufacture 1 ton of Type C medicated feed for beef cattle. Mix 500 lbs. of VitaFerm® Concept•Aid® 5/S CTC 3G with Clarifly® Medicated Type B with 1500 lb. of non-medicated feed, resulting in a Type C medicated feed containing 1500 g/ton chlortetracycline (750 mg/lb). Feed to beef cattle weighing 1500 lb. at a rate of 1 lb. Type C medicated feed to provide 4 oz. per head of VitaFerm® Concept•Aid® 5/S CTC 3G with Clarifly® Medicated Type B (68.2 mg of diflubenzuron and .5 mg of Chlortetracycline per lb. of body weight daily). Free-choice salt should be provided. When used as directed, product will provide sufficient diflubenzuron larvicide to prevent the emergence of adult house, stable, horn and face flies from the manure of treated cattle. Existing adult flies will not be affected. Feeding rate will supply diflubenzuron at a level of 0.1 mg per kg body weight per day to control listed flies when fed on a daily basis.
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