Purina Cattle Stress Tub
Highly palatable molasses based supplement that entices cattle to taste.
Supplies modest amounts of protein to support optimal animal performance.
Tub product can be an efficient feed form for those who experience time and labor shortages.
Formulated to provide 7 grams of Availa® 4 and 1/2 ounce of Diamond V® Original XPC™ per 1/2 pound (8 ounces) of product consumed.
|Crude Protein||12.00 % min|
|Crude Fat||4.00 % min|
|Crude Fiber||2.50 % max|
|Calcium (Ca)||2.00 % min|
|Phosphorus (P)||1.00 % min|
|Salt (NaCl)||2.00 % min|
|Magnesium (Mg)||1.00 % min|
|Potassium (K)||2.00 % min|
|Copper (Cu)||785 ppm min|
|Cobalt (Co)||60 ppm min|
|Manganese (Mn)||1300 ppm min|
|Selenium (Se)||13 ppm min|
|Zinc (Zn)||2500 ppm min|
|Vitamin A||200,000 I.U./lb min|
|Vitamin D||22,500 I.U./lb min|
|Vitamin E||800 I.U./lb min|
Ruminant Meat and Bone Meal Free
This tub is a highly palatable molasses based supplement that entices cattle to taste. It provides the key nutrients needed for a fully functioning immune system so that cattle are fully prepared to face and/or recover from the stresses of weaning and transportation, respond to vaccination programs, start more quickly on feed or return to their home pen more quickly. It also provides key nutrients involved in reproductive performance to positively impact fertility, estrus, as well as semen quality and quantity.
CREEP FEED SUPPLEMENT: Offer this tub to calves in a creep area, 1 to 2 months prior to weaning.
RECEIVING AND STARTING SUPPLEMENT: Offer this tub to newly received calves or starting cattle, either in confinement or on pasture. Tubs should be offered through the first 3 to 4 weeks to newly received calves. These tubs are also an excellent supplement to include in feed yard hospital or sick pens to help stimulate feed intake and provide important nutrition to help cattle overcome disease. Calves will receive 7 grams of Availa®4 and 1/2 ounce of Diamond V® Original XPC™ per ½ pound of product consumed.
BREEDING CATTLE: Offer this tub to cows, replacement heifers, developing bulls and breeding bulls from 60 days prior to calving, through the end of the breeding season.