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Minpot Fly Guard 22.5kg

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General mineral supplementation at grass or indoors. Contains garlic to help repel nuisance insects. Recommended for cattle and sheep in mid summer where flies are a problem.
  • Can be safely fed to stock already treated with min-vit bolus or receiving multi-vitamin injection.
  • Garlic has a recommended withdrawal period of 7 days for lactating animals where milk is intended for human consumption and 28 days for meat animals.
  • Meets sheep and cattle mineral, trace elements and vitamin requirements.
  • Balances grazing, forages and diets based on straights.

Usage Rate

  • Offer ad-lib in the ratio of 1 bucket per 20-30 cattle or 30-40 sheep.
  • Make sure bucket is sited away from any water source; making sure that feeding position is moved regularly in order to avoid localised poaching.
  • Ratio can be widened during the summer to prevent product surface drying out.
  • Youngstock 100-200g/day (2 tubs per 35head/week).
  • Mature Cows 150-300g/day (2 tubs per 22head/week).
  • Sheep up to 100g/day (1 tub per 35head/week)
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