Feed Form: --- Product #: D599500 *This feed contains added selenium at 50.0 mg/kg.
|Calcium (Actual)||6.5%||Iodine (Actual)||150 mg/kg|
|Phosphorus (Actual)||6.5%||Iron (Actual)||1,500 mg/kg|
|Potassium (Actual)||0.3%||Manganese (Actual)||5,000 mg/kg|
|Magnesium (Actual)||6.5%||Zinc (Actual)||10,000 mg/kg|
|Sulfur (Actual)||0.8%||Fluorine (Max.)||2,000 mg/kg|
|Sodium (Actual)||2.0%||Vitamin A (Min.)||1,500,000 IU/kg|
|Cobalt (Actual)||55 mg/kg||Vitamin D3 (Min.)||150,000 IU/kg|
|Copper (actual)||2,600 mg/kg||Vitamin E (Min.)||11,000 IU/kg|
A list of the ingredients in this feed is available from the manufacturer or registrant.
1. Wetaskiwin Co-op Ultimate Dry Cow Premix is designed to be mixed with grains and fed as a Total Mixed Ration to Dry (Non-Lactating) dairy cows. This Premix should be fed from dry-up until
2. This product should be mixed at a rate of approximately 10% Ultimate Dry Cow Premix with 90% Ground grain to make a dry cow ration.
3. Expected intake is about 90-110 grams/head/day for mature dairy cows (of the premix).
4. Do not feed other free-choice minerals.
Consult your Wetaskiwin Co-op feed advisor or nutritionist for more detailed feeding directions.
Based upon selenium content is shown in the table below.
|Maximum Daily Intake of Dry Cow Ration (as fed)||0.87 kg||0.99 kg||1.2 kg||1.27 kg|
1. Directions for use must be carefully followed.
2. Do not use this feed in association with another grain ration, supplement or premix containing supplemental selenium.
3. Do not feed this mineral to sheep.
Individual results from the use of this product may vary, due to management, environmental, genetic, health and sanitation differences. Therefore Wetaskiwin Co-operative Association Ltd. does not warrant or guarantee individual results."
To aid in offsetting high potassium levels in the forage. Contains chelated magnesium. Improves magnesium uptake, lowers the effect of high potassium forage in the dry period.
A portion of the selenium is organic to aid in selenium uptake.
To ensure adequate trace nutrients in the dry period when the calf is drawing the most nutrients from the blood stream.
Best mixed with some ration or silage to get consistent intake.