RIVERINA SALE & SHOW PELLETS / MEAL is a higher energy feed for stud cattle without urea and MUST be fed in conjunction with quality roughage.
|Product Type||Pellets, Meal|
Features & Benefits
- Organic zinc to aid hoof condition.
- Flavour is added to improve acceptance by cattle.
- RIVERINA SALE & SHOW PELLETS / MEAL includes rumen buffers and modifiers to enhance performance.
- Oil in the added full fat soybean meal will help improve coat condition.
- High by pass protein levels with NO Urea added.
- Manufactured to strict quality control standards for incoming raw materials and the finished product.
- Formulated in accordance with current research into ruminant nutrition and mixed using a variety of quality raw materials.
Barley, wheat, maize, sorghum, bran and pollard, cottonseed meal, full fat soybean meal, molasses, vegetable oil, limestone, sodium bentonite, dicalcium phosphate, buffer, potassium chloride, ammonium sulphate, salt, Rumensin®, flavouring, organic zinc, mould inhibitor, Riverina ruminant vitamin & mineral premix.
Base raw materials may gradually change seasonally.
|CALCIUM||%||:||0.70 - 1.00|
|PHOSPHORUS||%||:||0.30 - 0.70|
- RIVERINA SALE & SHOW PELLETS / MEAL can be fed at 0.5-1.5% bodyweight / head / day using:
- Troughs – split amount to be fed between 2 feeds. It is critical to have enough trough space for all animals to eat at the same time.
- Self-Feeders – The slides need to be adjusted down to a finger width to control intakes. Gradually increase slide width to allow more access to the feed over a 2 month period. Feeders should be placed at the opposite end of the paddock to water troughs to promote grazing. Feed intakes should be monitored especially when commencing to feed.
- Partial Mixed Ration – Can be mixed with silage/hay and other ingredients to form a complete or partial mixed ration to be fed in a semi feedlot situation.
- Start background feeding 6 months prior to sale. Commence feeding at 0.5% of body weight. This can be gradually increased over a couple of months to 1.0% of body weight.
- 2 months prior to sale the cattle can be put into yards to finish them. At this time feeding levels can be increased to 1.5% of body weight and fed in conjunction with good quality grassy hay supplied ad lib in hay racks.
- Ensure that there is continuous access to fresh, cool, clean water.
- When feeding cattle, high grain feeds should be gradually introduced, to allow the rumen to adapt and to avoid acidosis/grain poisoning. For stud cattle it is recommended that this be done over at least 2 months.
This feed contains Rumensin® which supplies monensin sodium at 30 mg/kg to improve feed efficiency and weight gain (pasture cattle).
Cool, shaded, dry conditions, away from vermin.
THIS IS NOT A COMPLETE FEED. It has been designed to be fed with good quality hay and/or pasture feeding. As this feed contains higher starch levels more care should be taken with the introduction program.