Opti-Lix Pre-Calver is a low moisture, high specification vitamin-mineral lick for cows during the dry period.
Correct management and nutrition of the dry cow are critical for obtaining maximum dry matter intake, increased reproductive efficiency and optimum milk production in the following lactation.
Benefits: Fortified with minerals, trace elements and vitamins to balance forages. Low calcium and high magnesium helps cow mobilise calcium to prepare for calving and prevent milk fever. Contains excellent levels of the vital anti-oxidants selenium and vitamin E to help support cow and calf immunity, and promote newborn health and vitality.
Contains an optimal level of copper including protected copper to help support cow immunity and fertility. Zinc to support foot health, includes protected zinc.
Protein 3.5 %, Oil 3.0 %, Fibre 0.0 %, Ash 36.0 %, Sugar as sucrose 35.0 %, Magnesium 8.0 %, Sodium 3.0 %
(Sugar) cane molasses, Magnesium oxide, Sodium chloride, Magnesium phosphate, Soya (bean) oil produced from
genetically modied soya.
Vitamins, pro-vitamins and chemically well dened substances having similar e-ect:
3a672a Vitamin A 400,000iu/kg, E671 Vitamin D3 80,000iu/kg, 3a700 Vitamin E 4,000iu/kg, Vitamin B1 1,000mg/kg,
Nicotinic acid 6,000mg/kg
Compounds of trace elements:
3b202 Calcium iodate, anhydrous 490mg/kg, 3b304 Coated granulated cobalt (II) carbonate 480mg/kg, E4 Copper
(Cupric sulphate, pentahydrate) 3840mg/kg, E4 Copper (Cupric chelate of glycine, hydrate) 1000mg/kg, E5 Manganese
(Manganous oxide) 3230mg/kg, E6 Zinc (Zinc oxide) 4370mg/kg, E6 Zinc (Zinc chelate of glycine, hydrate) 1400mg/kg,
E8 Selenium (Sodium selenite) 56mg/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-libitum forage and water are always available. When feeding outdoors site over the grazing
area. Where the diet is of low nutritional quality, additional energy and protein may be necessary to meet animal
performance requirements. Do not stack more than one pallet high and dispose of empty packaging responsibly.