8 oz Cattle Mineral

Vit-A-Zine 14

Vit-A-Zine 14
Our basic formula that we started with some 50 years ago. It is our biggest seller and under normal conditions, is what most should feed. It is 14% protein, and the formulation was the result of extensive tests of water, soil, blood chemistry samples and fecal samples from cattle. The idea being, of course, to make up for the deficiencies in the pasture. We found that a relatively little amount of protein is needed if that protein provides a balance of amino-acids coming from a variety of sources

Vit-A-Zine High Mag R.W. 15

Vit-A-Zine High Mag R.W. 15

Formulated to aid in the prevention of grass tetany. It has a higher amount of magnesium and should be fed when the grass is exceptionally green and lush. We usually associate this time of the year as being in the early spring and summer and the wet, cool days of fall when heavily fertilized pastures are subject to the quick growth factor. This product has 15% protein.

Vit-A-Zine R.W. 15

Vit-A-Zine R.W. 15

Designed for areas high in potassium nitrate. The symptoms of too much nitrate can be seen as a generally poor condition of cattle. Poor breeding, eye trouble, scours, running noses and weight loss can all be caused by nitrate poisoning. Vit-A-Zine R.W. 15 will help prevent fescue foot which sometimes occurs when the pasture is allowed to grow tall.

Vit-A-Zine Special R.W. 15

Vit-A-Zine Special R.W. 15

A special feed made for breeding problems in all cattle. This includes and performs well on dairy cattle. Though no CTC medication is present, this formula is highly fortified with Vitamins A, D and E. Because all of the protein comes from natural sources, Special R.W. 15 can be fed to horses with excellent results.

Vit-A-Zine Anaplas G-1000

Vit-A-Zine Anaplas G-1000

Contains the antibiotic necessary to aid in the prevention of anaplasmosis. If is nutritionally balanced to provide all the supplemental vitamins, minerals, protein and trace elements. Anaplas G-1000 is also a valuable tool to prevent respiratory problems in calves and young steers and heifers.

Vit-A-Zine High Mag Anaplas G-1000

Vit-A-Zine High Mag Anaplas G-1000

To be fed in the late spring to early summer for prevention of anaplasmosis and grass tetany. The same formula as our Anaplas G-1000, but with a higher amount of Magnesium to combat grass tetany. If you fertilize in the spring, this could be the formula for you!

Vit-A-Zine High Mag Anaplas G-1000

Vit-A-Zine High Mag Anaplas G-1000

To be fed in the late spring to early summer for prevention of anaplasmosis and grass tetany. The same formula as our Anaplas G-1000, but with a higher amount of Magnesium to combat grass tetany. If you fertilize in the spring, this could be the formula for you!

Vit-A-Zine Rescue G-1500

Vit-A-Zine Rescue G-1500

A special ration medicated to rescue animals with severe problems that require antibiotic medication through a feeding program. It is also available with Rumensin on request and makes an excellent receiving ration for cattle under stress.

Vit-A-Zine Rescue G-1500

Vit-A-Zine Rescue G-1500

A special ration medicated to rescue animals with severe problems that require antibiotic medication through a feeding program. It is also available with Rumensin on request and makes an excellent receiving ration for cattle under stress.

Vit-A-Zine Endo-Ban Special 18

Vit-A-Zine Endo-Ban Special 18

Endo-Ban Special 18 is a balanced feed ration that contains AP-5; a combination of binders, probiotics, and essential oils that has been developed to help counteract the effects of fescue toxicosis. It binds up the toxin caused by endophyte fungus in the rumen as well as acts as a vasodilator.

Vit-A-Zine Endo-Ban

Special 18 G-1000

Vit-A-Zine Endo-Ban

Special 18 G-1000

Works just like our Endo-Ban Special 18, but has the added benefit of chlortetracycline to prevent anaplasmosis.

Please note that in order to purchase any of our medicated feeds you must obtain a VFD (Veterinary Feed Directive) from your vet. A VFD is a written (nonverbal) statement issued by a licensed veterinarian in the course of the veterinarian’s professional practice that authorizes the use of a VFD drug or combination VFD drug in or on an animal feed. This written statement authorizes the client (the owner of the animal or animals or other caretaker) to obtain and use animal feed bearing or containing a VFD drug or combination VFD drug to treat the client’s animals only in accordance with the conditions for use approved, conditionally approved, or indexed by the FDA. A VFD is also referred to as a VFD order.

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