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Minpot Cattle & Sheep Sweet Mag

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Magnesium supplement to support cows and sheep at risk of grass staggers.

  • General magnesium supplement at grass or indoors, where there is a risk of grass staggers
  • Ideal for dairy cows, suckler cows and sheep during periods of lush grass growth
  • Highly palatable and available magnesium supplement
  • Supplies cattle and sheep with essential mineral, trace element and vitamin sources
  • Supplements grazing, forages and diets based on straights with extra magnesium
  • 22.5kg
  • Buy 10 for £25.00 £25.00 each and save 2%
  • Buy 44 for £24.00 £24.00 each and save 6%

Offer ad lib in the ratio of 1 bucket per 15 head of cattle or 30 ewes and site away from the water source.
Move feeding position regularly to avoid localised poaching
Ratio can be widened during summer to prevent product surface drying out
Mature cows up to 150g/head/day (1 bucket per 15 head/week)
Breeding ewes up to 30g/head/day (1 bucket per 75 head/week)
Use for 3 -10 weeks during periods of fresh grass growth, or when high levels of magnesium are needed.

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