Fiber Factor

16% Sheep Grower 1 with Deccox

A Complete Feed that can be feed in a self-feeder

Medication: Dequinate 12 grams/ton

Crude Protein* Min 16%
*Include not more than 1.25% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen
Crude Fat Min 3%
Crude Fiber Max 34%
Calcium Min 1.1%
Calcium Max 2%
Phosphorus   0.5%
Selenium   0.5 PPM
Vitamin A   1564 IU/LB
Salt Min 1.2%
Salt Max 1.5%

FEEDING DIRECTIONS:
Provide feed free choice. Provide clean, fresh water at all times.
NOTE: Provide plenty of fresh water at all times.  Keep feed fresh in cool, dry storage.  DO NOT use feed that is old, molded or insect infested.  Use in accordance with directions.

FEED INGREDIENTS:
Processed Grain by-product, Roughage Products, Calcium Carbonate, Trace Minerals Salt, Ammonium Chloride, Vitamins: A,D,E,K Supplements, Deccox, Urea

Fiber Factor®: This is a densified or pelleted bio-fiber substance with multiple applications that are the results of the patent pending Crop Residue Augmentation and Nutritional Enrichment (C. R. A. N. E.) process. This process improves the handling, physical characteristics, nutrient profile, moisture holding ability, and the digestibility of bio-fiber. When the Fiber Factor® is combined with other feedstuffs and or, vitamins and minerals, several unique, safe and efficacious products were developed for multiple species.

16% Sheep Grower 1: Contains Fiber Factor®. This is a high fiber diet that can be full fed or limited fed. It has enough fiber to be the only source of Forage/fiber. Design to be a high fiber low starch creep introduced to the lambs all the way through the finishing weight. With a minimum 3 ton order we can adjust the formula through the finishing stages to add desired energy level wanted. Also can work as a ewe supplement to simplify your operation use same ration to supplement your ewe flock and finish your lambs.

MANUFACTURED BY:
Iowa Agricultural Bio Fibers, LLC
1918 900th Street
Harlan, IA 51537
(712) 799-4272
www.iabf.biz

Animal performance is not guaranteed by feeding of specific rations. Changes in composition of feeds, methods of feed, environment, and general management will affect performance.

For additional information please see the Product Detail Sheet (PDF)