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Downland Opti-Lix Cattle Magnesium 80kg

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Very high sugar content makes it very palatable given added insurance stock will take readily. •

Highly available magnesium source to aid in the prevention of grass staggers. •

Supplies essential trace elements, including chelated zinc, to help balance potential deficiencies in grazing and forages and to maintain good stock health. •

Helps improve digestibility and intake of grazing and forages. •

Feed pre- turnout in spring and until staggers risk has passed and again in late summer/ autumn. •

Contains copper. Not suitable for sheep.

Intakes 300g/head/day

Analytical constituents:
Sugars as sucrose 35% Protein 3.5% Fibre 0% Oils and fats 3% Ash 38% Calcium 2% Magnesium 10.5% Sodium
3% M.E (Ruminant) 10Mj/kg DM
(Sugar) cane molasses, Magnesium oxide, Sodium chloride, Soya oil (produced from genetically modied soya
beans), Calcium carbonate, 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 246mg/kg, 3b304 Coated granulated cobalt (II) carbonate 400mg/kg, E4
Copper (cupric sulphate pentahydrate) 3200mg/kg, E5 Manganese (manganous oxide) 3226mg/kg, E6 Zinc (zinc
oxide) 4028mg/kg, E6 Zinc (zinc chelate of glycine, hydrate) 417mg/kg, E8 Selenium (sodium selenite) 44mg/kg.
Instructions for Use:
Use as part of a forage based feeding system and o-er on a free choice basis. Consumption will be inuenced
by the number of buckets per head of stock, forage availability and quality, other feeds available, age of stock
and proximity to water sources. Ensure ad-lib roughage and water are always available. When feeding
outdoors, site over the grazing area and place away from the source of drinking water. Do not stack more
than one pallet high.
Allocation rate:
Allow one bucket per 15 head of cattle.
As a guide the expected daily consumption will be:
Cattle: up to 300g/head/day.

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