Purina Honor Show Chow Full Control
Style #: 3004542-506
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- New and improved Honor® Show Chow® Full Control® cattle feed is a textured ration that maintains body condition and helps create fill in show cattle.
- Honor® Show Chow® Full Control® feed can be used for heavily-muscled steers, growing/developing show heifers and managing weight gain in steers that have reached optimal finish.
- This uniquely formulated, versatile ration provides flexibility in your feeding program for both steers and heifers.
- Gain Full Control of your feeding program today and put your best calves on Honor® Show Chow® Full Control® feed.
- 50 lb
Feeding Directions: Honor® Show Chow® Full Control™ feed is designed to be fed at 10–12 lbs. per day along with freechoice hay or forage to market cattle for managing weight gain. If cattle have not been receiving a moderate energy diet, Honor® Show Chow® Full Control™ feed should be offered gradually at 5 to 7 lbs. per day along with adequate quantities of forage. Gradually increase the amount of Honor® Show Chow® Full Control™ feed until cattle are being fed the desired amount. Always allow free access to plenty of clean, fresh water at all times. DO NOT FEED TO SHEEP DUE TO HIGH LEVELS OF COPPER Follow these management practices: 1. When making a ration change, allow 7-10 days for animals to adjust to the new ration. 2. Provide a source of fresh, clean water at all times. 3. Do not allow fine material to accumulate in feeders. 4. Provide adequate, well-protected and well-managed bunk space for each animal to prevent feed from becoming wet and moldy. 5. When fed from a self-feeder, adjust feeder to minimize quantity of feed accumulating in trough. 6. Cattle should be vaccinated against enterotoxemia. 7. Consult your veterinarian for the recommended health program for your local area. This includes internal and external parasite control. 8. Provide plain salt and Purina Wind & Rain® All Season mineral free choice. In groups of cattle, there are certain animals that experience chronic bloat or other digestive disturbances, and consequently are poor performers. In addition, excess feed consumption, severe weather changes resulting in erratic feed consumption and poorly-managed feeding practices can increase the incidence of bloat in all cattle. If bloating does occur, the above management practices should be reviewed.
Nutrition Facts: Crude protein, % (min)... 11.00 Crude fat, % (min) ...3.00 Crude fiber, % (min) ...20.00 Calcium (Ca), % (min) ...0.55 Calcium (Ca), % (max) ...1.05 Phosphorous (P), % (min) ...0.30 Salt (NaCl), % (min) ...0.15 Salt (NaCl), % (max) ...0.65 Potassium (K), % (min) ...0.65 Selenium (Se), ppm (min) ...0.44 Copper (Cu), ppm (min) ...35.00 Zinc (Zn), ppm (min) ...113.00 Vitamin A, IU/lb (min) ...3,520 Vitamin D3, IU/lb (min) ...200 Vitamin E, IU/lb (min) ...10
Storage Instructions: Store in a dry area away from insects. Do not feed moldy or insect-infested feed.