14% Starter Pellet
A Complete Feed for Starting Calves and Creep Feeding
A Starting Feed that allows new arrivals a palatable ration at times of increased stress. Combines effective fiber and low starch energy in a pelleted form.
|Vitamin A||Min||3000 IU/LB|
Feed this product as a complete feed. Intake should be from 1-3% of body weight depending on the health of the calves.
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.
Processed Grain by-product, Roughage Products, Plant Protein Products, Calcium Carbonate, Zinc Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Cobalt Carbonate, Manganese Sulfate, Vitamin: A, D, & E Supplement
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.
14% Starter Pellet: Contains Fiber Factor®. It is a high Fiber diet that can be full fed or limited fed with additional roughage. It has enough fiber to be the only source of Forage/fiber. There are added mineral/vitamin Pac to balance out the ration. This is an excellent starting ration for receiving cattle into the feedlot weighing 400lbs and up. Works as a creep feed that can allow you to wean your calves with less stress. After weaning calves continue to feed this product this product. Feed until you sell them or move them onto a finishing ration. Exceptional feed conversions and grains.
Iowa Agricultural Bio Fibers, LLC
1918 900th Street
Harlan, IA 51537
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.