Purina® RangeLand® 25 Protein Tub

Purina® RangeLand® 25 Protein Tub

Purina



RangeLand® Protein Tubs are a free choice supplement designed for beef cattle on forage diets. The low-moisture, cooked molasses product enhances intake and utilization of available forages, while reducing labor. And, the recyclable ClearView plastic tubs allow the remaining feed level to be checked from a distance.

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Life Stage

  • Cow & Calf

Supplements

FEATURES & BENEFITS

Low-moisture cooked molasses product technology

Consistent intake and nutrient delivery that helps eliminate over-consumption

Positive associative effects when fed with low-to medium-quality forages

Molasses provides readily available energy to stimulate rumen fermentation that helps the animal extract more energy from the forage, as demonstrated by research showing increased forage intake and utilization

Contains FDA-approved animal protein products

Provides high-quality by-pass proteins needed to optimize animal performance

Provides optimum levels of trace minerals at a 1-pound consumption rate

Supports fertility, immune function and overall health

No added salt

Intake is not regulated by salt as in other supplements, which can be unpredictable and more variable

Supplement delivery method that fits a variety of production systems

Convenient supplement delivery system is ideal for small beef producers with other time commitments, as well as large producers who experience time and labor shortages

Easily monitor consumption with ClearView packaging

Translucent tubs make it easy to see when supplement is running low, so it can be replaced before cattle run out of critical nutrients

PURINA® RANGELAND® 25 TUB SUPPLEMENT FEED FOR CATTLE ON PASTURE CAUTION: FEED AS DIRECTED
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS
Crude Protein, (Min).............................................25.00 %
Crude Fat, (Min)......................................................5.00 %
Crude Fiber, (Max)..................................................2.50 %
Calcium (Ca), (Min).................................................2.00 %
Phosphorus (P), (Min)............................................1.50 %
Magnesium (Mg), (Min) .........................................1.00 %
Potassium (K), (Min)...............................................2.00 %
Manganese (Mn), ppm (Min) .......................................450
Cobalt (Co), ppm (Min)..................................................10
Copper (Cu), ppm (Min) ..............................................300
Selenium (Se), ppm (Min) ...............................................5
Zinc (Zn), ppm (Min)..................................................1000
Vitamin A, I.U./lb, (Min) ..........................................80,000
Vitamin D, I.U./lb, (Min) ..........................................10,000
Vitamin E, I.U./lb, (Min)..................................................50

IMPORTANT: Consumption rate depends on location of the tubs with respect to loafing, grazing, feeding and/or watering areas. Also consider animal condition, forage quality and quantity and seasonal weather conditions. If over-consumption occurs for more than two weeks despite tub repositions, remove tubs and evaluate the overall feeding program. CAUTION: Store in a dry, well-ventilated area protected from rodents and insects. Do not feed moldy or insectinfested feed to animals as it may cause illness, performance loss or death.
FEEDING DIRECTIONS: Feed one tub per 20-25 head of cattle and at least 2 tubs per pasture to ensure adequate intake by younger, timid animals. Place the tubs within 100 feet of where animals congregate (loafing, grazing, feeding and watering areas). Feed tubs continuously along with plentiful sources of forage and fresh, clean water. Cattle will consume approximately 1/2 to 1 pound of this supplement per head daily. If additional mineral and vitamin fortification is needed, provide a nutritionally balanced mineral/vitamin supplement containing salt. This product does not contain added salt; therefore supplemental salt should be offered at all times.
MANAGEMENT TOOL NOTE: Placement of tubs can influence grazing distribution in large pasture situations. Place tubs in areas of under-utilization in order to entice cattle to specific locations within a pasture.
INTRODUCTORY PERIOD: During the first week of use, place tubs within 100 feet of the loafing and/or watering areas. As animals become accustomed to the presence of the tubs, some repositioning may be necessary. Move the tubs closer to increase consumption, further away to decrease consumption. DO NOT PROVIDE STARVED ANIMALS FREE ACCESS TO THIS SUPPLEMENT.


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