Purina Cow Calf Mineral Products
Feb 03, 2020
|Tim Ollerich, Cattle Consultant
Wind and Rain® Storm® Mineral 7.5 complete contains the proper balance and ratios of all 14 essential cattle minerals. It's increased particle size and the weather-resistance, provide less water absorption and mineral blowing out of the feeder. This product is available in 50lb bags and 225lb tubs. The consumption rate on this product is between 4 oz to 8 oz. We also stock Purina® Wind and Rain® Mineral with Altosid® for fly control, which prevents the breeding of horn flies in the manure of treated cattle.
For cow-calf producers needing a protein supplement in the diet, we have the Purina® 30-13 tub. This high energy-controlled consumption product is fed free choice, at a consumption rate of ½ to 1lb a head/day. During the gestation period, you will want to pair this protein with a mineral supplement.
Accuration®, Accuration® Hi-Fat tubs, and Wind and Rain® ProCycle® are new Purina® products that are available through Central Farm Service.
Designed for high trace mineral bioavailability, Purina® Wind and Rain® ProCycle® is an elite, cutting-edge mineral with proven consistent consumption designed to get cows bred, keep them bred, and deliver to your bottom-line. It contains Puriferm, a proprietary fungal enzyme ingredient with multiple active components designed to support forage digestibility and animal performance to maintain body condition score – a precursor to breeding success. Procycle® mineral should be fed 30 to 60 days before breeding.
Contact Tim Ollerich or Nicole Knips at CFS for all of your cattle needs.
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During the Closing General Session on March 23, NGFA Chairman Greg Beck presented the NGFA Distinguished Service Award to Dennis Inman, the vice president of grain at Central Farm Service.
Jim Jung, CFS Energy Operations Manager, was awarded the G.F. Bursinger Award, the Minnesota Propane Association's highest award for leadership and service to the propane industry and the propane association.
“Another great mentor has been Dennis Inman, vice president of Grain at CFS and former location manager for Cargill in Pipestone, MN in the early ‘90s. I worked for Dennis early in my career, and he was a great communicator.