Thursday, February 20, 2020  

Receiving Rations

For Weaned Cattle on Pasture

-Guaranteed Analysis-

Crude Protein, not less than 12.00%
Crude Fat, not less than 2.50%
Crude Fiber, not less than 19.00%
Calcium, not less than 0.25%
Calcium, not more than 0.75%
Phosphorus, not less than 0.50%
Salt, not less than 0.25%
Salt, not more than 0.75%
Potassium, not less than 1.00%
Vitamin A, not less than 7,500 IU/LB
Vitamin D, not less than 2,000 IU/LB
Vitamin E, not less than 10 IU/LB

-Feeding Directions-

Feed at the rate of 1 lb, 6.25 oz 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.

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

Each pound of feed contains 25 mg Lasalocid.  Feed continuously at the rate of 1 mg Lasalocid per 2.2 pounds body weight per head per day to cattle weighing up to 800 pounds, with a maximum of 360 mg Lasalocid per day.

Caution:   The safety of Lasalocid in unapproved species has not bee established.  Do not allow horses or other equines access to Lasalocid, as ingestion may be fatal.

Feed at the rate of 5 pounds per feed per head per day for 28 days to supply 350 mg Chlortetracycline and 350 mg Sulfamethazine.

Warning:  For beef cattle only.  Discontinue use of this feed 7 days prior to slaughter.

Availability:  5/32" Pellets, Sacked or bulk.

Feed A&M Receiving Ration medicated with Deccox for the prevention of Coccidiosis in ruminating and non-ruminating calves, including veal calves, and cattle. Feed A&M Receiving Ration medicated with Bovatec for control of Coccidiosis in cattle weighing up to 800 pounds. Feed A&M Receiving Ration medicated with AS-1010 as an aid in maintenance of weight gains in the presence of respiratory disease such as shipping fever.

Decoquinate 32.68 grams/ton Lasalocid 50 grams/ton Chlortetracycline 140 grams/ton
        Sulfamethazine 0.0154%


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