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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