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 Calf Weaning Ration

-Medicated-
For Birth to Weaning
 
The most critical time in weaning calves is the first two weeks.   They must overcome the stress of weaning and learn to eat feed.  With good management to reduce stress and a highly palatable feed, greater success can be achieved.   A&M Calf Weaning Ration can play a major role in reducing stress.  The ration derives it's protein from soybean meal, energy from crimped corn, and roughage from cottonseed hulls.  Deccox has been added, as Coccidiosis is always a threat when dealing with stressed, confined calves.

Purpose:  For the prevention of Coccidiosis in ruminating calves and cattle caused by Eimeria bovis and e. zurnii.

-Active Drug Ingredients-

Decoquinate 19.00 grams/ton

-Guaranteed Analysis-

Crude Protein, not less than 13.00%
Crude Fat, not less than 2.50%
Crude Fiber, not more than 13.00%
Calcium, not less than 0.75%
Calcium, not more than 1.25%
Phosphorus, not less than 0.25%
Salt, not less than 0.10%
Salt, not more than 0.60%
Potassium, not less than 0.70%
Vitamin A, not less than 5,000 IU/LB

-Feeding Directions-

Each pound of feed contains 9.5 mg. Decoquinate.  Feed at a rate to provide 22.7 mg. Decoquinate per 100 pounds of body weight per head per day.  Feed at least 28 days during periods of Coccidiosis or when it is likely to be a hazard.   Provide adequate supply of water and roughage at all times.

Warning:  Do not feed to cows producing milk for food.

Availability:  Loose Ration, Sacked
 
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