Opti-Lix Cattle Balancer is a high energy and protein feed tub for dairy and beef cattle on grazing and high forage diets.
Ideal for all year round supplementation, especially for growing cattle , bulling heifers and cows to support optimal performance.
Helps improve intake and digestibility of grazing and forages.
Contains several sources of protein to balance low protein forages and grazing.
Little and often intake helps increase saliva production , acting as a natural buffer to help maintain good rumen health.
Supplies essential trace elements to help balance potential deficiencies common in grazing and forages.
Ideal for feeding to growing stock to maintain target daily liveweight gain.
Includes three sources of copper, including chelated copper, for better availability especially important for bulling cows and heifers for optimal fertility. Intakes 300g/head/day.
Sugars as sucrose 36% Protein 14% Fibre 0.1% Oils and fats 6% Ash 28% Calcium 4% Phosphorus 3% Magnesium
1% Sodium 1% M.E (Ruminant) 12Mj/kg DM
(Sugar) cane molasses, Mono calcium phosphate, Soya (bean) meal (produced from genetically modied soya beans),
Vegetable oil, Soya oil (produced from genetically modied soya beans), Sodium chloride, Calcium carbonate,
Magnesium oxide, Glycerine.
Vitamins, pro-vitamins and chemically well dened substances having similar e-ect:
3a672a Vitamin A 120,000iu/kg, E671 Vitamin D3 24,000iu/kg, 3a700 Vitamin E 300iu/kg
Compounds of trace elements:
3b202 Calcium iodate anhydrous 82mg/kg, 3b304 Coated granulated cobalt (II) carbonate 400mg/kg, E4 Copper (cupric
sulphate pentahydrate) 2000mg/kg, E4 Copper (cupric carbonate) 225mg/kg, E4 Copper (cupric chelate of glycine,
hydrate) 521mg/kg, E5 Manganese (manganous oxide) 1290mg/kg, E6 Zinc (zinc oxide) 1944mg/kg, E6 Zinc (zinc
chelate of glycine, hydrate) 417mg/kg, E8 Selenium (sodium selenite) 20mg/kg.
Urea and its’ derivatives:
3d1 Urea 2.5% (supplying 51.3% of the total protein)
Do not exceed 20g of NPN (43g of urea)/100 kg live weight which is contained in 1.73kg of this product.
Urea shall only be fed to animals with a functional rumen. Feeding urea to the maximum level dose should be done
gradually. The maximum content of urea should only be fed as part of diets rich in easily digestible carbohydrates and
low in soluble nitrogen.