Minerals Cattle Need in the Springtime
Just because they"re grazing doesn"t mean your livestock is getting all the required nutrients. Give your beef and non-dairy cattle the minerals that might be deficient in native pastures during the Spring season. DuMOR Spring Mineral Block is a livestock supplement that provides magnesium and other essential nutrients needed to keep your cattle happy and healthy.
High Density for Easy Feeding
DuMOR Spring Mineral Block makes providing supplements to your livestock easier than ever. All you have to do is simply leave this highly palatable block near your animals to provide around the clock supplementation that they can consume at their own leisure.
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About This Formula
DuMOR Spring Mineral Block is a high-density block that provides your livestock with around-the-clock supplementation of magnesium and other essential nutrients. Designed to help grazing cattle avoid grass tetany - a potentially fatal disorder that"s common during the Spring season - this premium blend of minerals provides the perfect balance of critical vitamins needed to support optimal health, reproduction and growth in cattle.
Calcium (Ca) (min.) 11.00%, Calcium (Ca) (max.) 13.00%, Phosphorus (P) (min.) 3.00%, Salt (NaCl) (min.) 16.50%, Salt (NaCl) (max.) 19.50%, Sodium (Na) (min.) 7.00%, Sodium (Na) (max.) 8.50%, Magnesium (Mg) (min.) 13.50%, Potassium (K) (min.) 1.00%, Copper (Cu) (min.) 700.00ppm, Selenium (Se) (min.) 20.00ppm, Selenium (Se) (max.) 20.50ppm, Zinc (Zn) (min.) 1800.00ppm, Vitamin A (min.) 60,000IU/lb, Vitamin D3 (min.) 15,000IU/lb, Vitamin E (min.) 100IU/lb, Ruminant meat and bone meal free.
For best results in the effort to avoid grass tetany, DuMOR Spring Mineral Block should be fed for several days before livestock are moved to pasture. Start with one block for every ten animals. Salt and other mineral sources should be removed to ensure adequate intake. Set out fresh blocks near the water supply when previous blocks are two-thirds gone. Beef and non-lactating dairy cattle on pasture should consume 4-5 oz. per head per day to take in 15.3-18.9 grams of magnesium.
Caution: Do not feed to sheep. This product contains added copper. Follow label directions. Feeding added selenium at levels in excess of 0.3 ppm in the total diet is prohibited.