*** FEED DAIRY - Special Dry Cow Supplement

   Special Dry Cow Supp Pellet

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Nutrient Analysis

Crude Protein, Min


Crude Fat, Min


Crude Fiber, Max


Acid Detergent Fiber, Max


Calcium (Ca), Min


Calcium (Ca), Max


Phosphorus (P), Min


Potassium (K), Min


Copper (Cu), Mon

420 PPM

Selenium (Se), Min

15.0 PPM

Zinc (Zn), Min

2,100 PPM

Vitamin A, Min

200,000 IU/LB

Vitamin E, Min

740 IU/LB


Plant Protein Products, Dicalcium Phosphate, Processed Grain By-Products, Vitamin E Supplement, Calcium Carbonate, Roughage Products, Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin D-3 Supplement, Manganous Oxide, Zinc Oxide, Copper Sulfate, Ethylenediamine Dihydriodide, Cobalt Carbonate, Sodium Selenite, Selenium Yeast, Manganese Proteinate, Zinc Proteinate, Copper Proteinate and Dried Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Products.

NOTE: Ingredients may differ from mill to mill and are subject to change. Check tag for current information on this product.

Feeding Directions

Mix 500 pounds of Dairy Dry Cow Supplement with 1500 pounds of grain to make one ton of feed. Feed along with grass hay or corn silage. Limit the amount of legumes fed. 1.25 pounds of Dairy Dry Cow Supplement (5 pounds of mixed feed) supplies 1,000 IU of vitamin E. Offer free-choice salt.


This product contains added copper. Do not feed to sheep. 



Producers may mix with their own grain for a complete ration.

Convenient and economical–ideal for creating complete rations in one easy step.

Fortified with extremely high levels of the unique vitamins and trace minerals dry cows require.

Improves overall herd health, meets specific dry cow nutritional needs and avoids metabolic problems. Results in fewer metabolic diseases associated with freshening, helps reduce incidence of retained placentas and insures proper uterine involution for breed back.

Contains lactobacillus and yeast.

Aids in digestion, improves palatability and assists in overcoming stress.

551713 (Rev. 1/2010)

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