Dry Cow Mineral II
A complete mineral with the focus on Vitamin E and Selenium intake. It should be used where roughly equal amounts of calcium and phosphorus intake are required. For increased milk production efficiency in dry dairy cows.
Optimum level of Vitamin E and Selenium.
Fortified with Diamond V Seleno Source which enchances bioavailabilty, provides strong antioxidant protection and immune function.
Balanced levels of minerals and vitamins to provide proper nutrition to the dry cow.
Researched and supported by Poulin Grain’s staff of experienced technicians.
Contains Monensin for improved feed efficiency.
|Vitamin A||(Min)||454,000 IU/LB|
|Monensin (As Monensin Sodium)||1600.9 g/ton|
Feed at a rate of 4 to 6 oz per head per day to dry cows.
FEED 11-22 GM MONENSIN/TON OF TOTAL DIET DRY MATTER INTAKE.
This converts to 5.5-11.0 mg of monensin per lb of DMI.
FOR DRY COWS : Assuming 25 lb of DMI, feed 11 mg per 1 lb of DMI or 275 mg monensin per head per day.
FOR LACTATING cows : Assuming 50 lb of DMI, feed 5.5 mg. per 1 lb of DMI or 275 mg monensin per head per day.
For a detailed feeding program, contact your Poulin Grain sales representative.
WARNING: DO NOT FEED TO SHEEP OR HORSES. DO NOT EXCEED 0.30 PPM OF SELENIUM IN THE TOTAL RATION. FEED AS SOLE SOURCE OF SALT.
Dairy Feeding Guidelines
For Calves and Heifers:
Feed large breed calves 4 quarts of high quality colostrum within 2 hours of birth and again 12 hours later. Adjust amounts for small breed calves. If colostrum quality or quantity is low, consider using a colostrum supplement or replacer.
Offer free choice water from day 2.
Offer free choice calf starter from day 3, starting with a small amount, and increasing as they begin to eat. Calves weaned at 8 weeks of age or less should be consuming 3-4 pounds of starter grain per head per day. Never let calves go without available starter.
Wean calves off milk over a 10-16 day period.
At 12 weeks, gradually switch to heifer grower pellet, offering increasing amounts of hay.
Milk Replacer Feeding:
See product tag for feeding guidelines for optimal biologic growth.
Weigh MR powder every feeding for accuracy and consistency.
Mix MR powder in 110-120° F. water. Feed to calves soon thereafter, at 105° F.
Mix MR powder thoroughly with half of the desired final liquid volume. Add water to reach final volume and temperature; mix or whisk solution thoroughly. Feed immediately.
For large mixing batches, agitate while dispensing to individual feeding containers to prevent settling.
Acidified Milk Replacer Feeding:
Check milk replacer solution pH prior to feeding to ensure 4.0-4.5 pH.
Keep at 70-90°F after mixing and feed free choice via nipple feeder.
Mix fresh every 24-28 hours.
Keep equipment, nipples and hoses clean daily.
Magnesium Oxide, Calcium Sulfate, Salt, Processed Grain By Products, Magnesium Sulfate, Calcium Carbonate, Manganese Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Vitamin E Supplement, Mineral Oil, Selenium Yeast, Basic Copper Chloride, Artificial Flavor, Ferrous Sulfate, Vitamin A Acetate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Cobalt Sulfate, Calcium Iodate.