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THE BREW 30% DRY SEASON LICK

Furneys The Brew 30% dry season lick is designed to help cattle maintain any benefits associated with dry standing pasture or pulled edible scrub.

Non-Protein Nitrogen Sources – High in crude protein equivalent at 98.0% obtained from urea as well as ammonia Sulphate. Phosphorous is included to assist breeders during dry times.

Trace Elements and Minerals – It is well known that some districts have depleted phosphorous in their pasture and that calving percentages increase significantly when a full profile of macro and micro trace elements and minerals are present.

The Brew Is Made In Accordance With The Grazing For Profit Format

Ingredients
Cotton Seed Meal and/or Canola Meal and/or Copra Meal and/or Soyabean Meal, Zeolite, Sodium Bentonite, Urea, Molasses, Ammonium Sulphate, Lime, Salt, Cobalt Sulphate, Copper Sulphate Penta, Iron Sulphate, Manganese Sulphate, Potassium Iodide, Sodium Selenite, Zinc Sulphate Mono, Rovimix E 50 Adsorbate, Rovimiz A 1000, Rice Hulls and Vegetable Oil.

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Feeding Guide

Cattle should be fed an approx. feeding rate of 100-150 grams per head per day and also fed salt for 8 days prior to The Brew 30%. Furneys recommend a staged feeding approach from The Brew 8% to 16% to 20% or 30% over a fortnightly increase. Salt must be located close by and readily available to stock. Note: Salt and The Brew 30% Dry Season Lick should be fed in a trough or drum and kept dry as Urea can become toxic if wet. During periods of wet weather, if the product is not well covered remove The Brew 30% Dry Season Lick and place out salt until its safe to reintroduce. Ensure adequate supply of roughage is available.

Urea: Can be toxic to stock if the rumen is not adequately adjusted, ensure stock can always gain access to the Brew. Sulphate of Ammonia: Supplies sulphur to the bacteria in the rumen and also helps to reduce intake. Cottonseed Meal: Is a very high bypass protein source. Salt: Attracts stock, initially salt should be supplied freely for approx 10 days before commencing feeding of the Brew. Lime: Used for calcium delivery. Zeolite: Holds up to 4 times its weight in water which helps to hold the ammonia and release it slowly over time, ensuring the urea works effectively.

Daily Intake

ANIMAL TYPE APPROX FEEDING RATE
CATTLE 100 to 150 grams per head per day for cattle. Salt
should be fed for 8 days prior to The Brew 30%.

Note 1: Urea is not a protein, rather it is a simple nitrogen compound. Urea may be harmful when supplemented incorrectly. Do not feed to starving animals or in poor condition. Ensure there is sufficient forage available when feeding this product. Be wary when product is wet Store below 30° C (room temperature).

Note 2: Soil fertility and water quality have substantial effects on stock intake in this free choice grazing management program.

MINERALS
MANGANESE 200 mg/kg
SELENIUM 5 mg/kg
ZINC 500 mg/kg
COBALT 15 mg/kg
IODINE 20 mg/kg
COPPER 250 mg/kg
IRON 150 mg/kg
SULPHUR 1.6%
CALCIUM 2.4%
MAGNESIUM 0.3%
PHOSPHORUS 0.3%
NUTRITIONAL ANALYSIS
CRUDE PROTEIN 107.3%
CRUDE FIBRE 3.1%
SALT 5.0%
LIME 5.0%
UREA 30.0%
VITAMINS
VITAMIN A 40000 IU/kg
VITAMIN E 75 mg/kg

WARNING DO NOT FEED TO DOGS, HORSES OR OTHER EQUINES AS IT MAY BE FATAL
This product is suitable for sheep and cattle only and not recommended for other animals. The above feeding rates are a guide only. Variances due to pasture quality, climate, workload and age of the animal will give different results. Please use the feeding table as a guide only and ensure feeding is introduced gradually to all animals, as unobserved diet changes can be detrimental to final results or the animals health. This product contains Urea, keep the product dry and ensure it drains well. This product does not contain restricted animal material. Always ensure clean drinking water is available.

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