FEED MINERALS - XI Cattle Mineral



Gold Star XI Cattle Mineral Medicated w/CTC 2000

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A mineral for cattle on pasture. Control of bacterial pneumonia associated with shipping fever complex caused by Pasteurella spp. susceptible to chlortetracycline. Control of active infection of anaplasmosis caused by Anaplasma marginale susceptible to Chlortetracycline.

Active Drug Ingredients: Chlortetracycline.................2000 g/ton

Nutrient Analysis


Crude Protein, Min


Crude Fat, Min


Crude Fiber, Max


Calcium (Ca), Min


Calcium (Ca), Max


Phosphorus (P), Min


Salt (NaCl), Min


Salt (NaCl), Max


Sodium, Min


Sodium, Max


Magnesium, Min


Copper(Cu), Min

450 PPM

Selenium (Se), Min

8.8 PPM

Zinc (Zn), Min

2,270 PPM

Manganese (Mn), Min

1,500 PPM

Iodine (I), Min

40 PPM

Vitamin A, Min

200,000 IU/LB

Vitamin D, Min

21,500 IU/LB

Vitamin E, Min

200 IU/LB


Plant Protein Products, Calcium Carbonate, Dicalcium Phosphate, Salt, Processed Grain By-Products, White Mineral Oil, Manganous Oxide, Zinc Oxide, Ferrous Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Ethylenediamine Dihydriodide, Cobalt Carbonate, Cobalt Sulfate, Sodium Selenite, Sodium Selenate, Manganese Proteinate, Zinc Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Dried Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Products, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin D-3 Supplement and Vitamin E Supplement.

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

Feeding Directions

For bacterial pneumonia as listed: Feed 5.6 ounces XI Cattle Mineral CTC 2000 to beef cattle to supply 350 mg chlortetracycline per head per day.

For anaplasmosis as listed: Feed 5.6 ounces XI Cattle Mineral CTC 2000 to beef cattle under 700 pounds to supply 350 mg chlortetracycline per head per day. Feed XI Cattle Mineral CTC 2000 to beef cattle weighing 700 pounds or more to supply 0.5 mg chlortetracycline per pound of body weight per day. Feeding 8 ounces of XI Cattle Mineral CTC2000 provides 500 mg chlortetracycline (0.5 mg per pound of body weight for a 1000-pound animal.)


Warning: A withdrawal period has not been established for this product in pre-ruminating calves. Do not use in calves to be processed for veal.

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




Contains Rain-Off® weather protection.

Reduces caking from exposure to moisture.

Larger particle size.

Reduces dust and waste.

Contains chelated Zinc, Copper, and Manganese.

Easily absorbed and retained to increase hoof wall hardness, improve reproductive performance and growth rates, and reduce somatic cell counts and incidence of retained placentas.

Contains 18% Protein.

1) Encourages intake.

2) Enhances forage digestion.

Available with granular Aureomycin®.

1) Improves growth promotion and feed efficiency.

2) Aids in prevention of anaplasmosis, bacterial pneumonia and shipping fever.

3) Reduces incidence of pinkeye and losses due to respiratory infection and shipping fever complex.

4) Provides better overall health and breed back as it counters the effects of “summer slump” a period where cattle lose weight, develop rough hair coats, and high body temperatures due to ingestion of endophyte-infected summer fescue.

Contains 4% Phosphorus.

Combined with proper calcium and salt to meet mineral needs in most situations.

Contains added Selenium.

1) Improves reproductive performance and helps to prevent white muscle disease.

2) Helps reduce incidence of retained placentas.

Fortified with vitamins A, D, and E.

For improved animal performance and overall herd health.

65350 8 (Rev. 12/2009)

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