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Molamins Mineral Buckets Types

CATTLE - General Purpose

Molamins Mineral Bucket : Cattle General Purpose
Suitable for

Suitable for feeding cattle

A general purpose mineral lick for dairy cows, sucklers, beef stores and replacement heifers at grass or on silage.

Average intakes per head per day
100 - 300 gms.

DRY COW

Molamins Mineral Bucket : Dry Cow
Suitable for

Suitable for feeding cattle

Especially formulated for feeding to cows prior to calving to supply available magnesium and phosphorus with minimal calcium content.

Average intakes per head per day
100 - 300 gms

HI-PHOS

Molamins Mineral Bucket : Hi Phosphorus
Suitable for

Suitable for feeding cattle

Suitable for feeding sheep



Designed to be fed at bulling or tupping time wherever phosphorus deficient diets are being fed.

Average intakes per head per day:
Dairy Cows 100 - 300 gms
Sucklers 100 - 200 gms
Sheep 15 - 50 gms

SHEEP - General Purpose

Molamins Mineral Bucket : Sheep General Purpose
Suitable for

Suitable for feeding sheep

A general purpose mineral lick for housed or grazing sheep to provide a full range of vitamins and mineral requirements.

Average intakes per head per day
15-50 gms

HI-MAG

Molamins Mineral Bucket : Hi-Mag
Suitable for

Suitable for feeding cattle

Suitable for feeding sheep

A palatable high magnesium lick to ensure a steady supply of this essential mineral.

Also contains all the essential trace elements and vitamins.

Suitable for both cattle and sheep.

Average intakes per head per day:
Cattle 100 - 300 gms
Sheep 15 - 50 gms

COPPER RICH

Molamins Mineral Bucket : Copper Rich for Cattle
Suitable for

Suitable for feeding cattle

Provides a general purpose cattle mineral, trace element and vitamin lick with a protected source of copper (Optimins) with greater bio-availability.

Average intakes per head per day
150 gms

ZINCO

Molamins Mineral Bucket : Zinco
Suitable for

Suitable for feeding cattle

Suitable for feeding sheep

For cattle and sheep with the inclusion of protected levels of zinc, selenium, cobalt and higher levels of vitamin E.

Average intakes per head per day:
Cattle 100 - 300 gms
Sheep 15 - 50 gms

See also Young Stock Health Bucket

 

 

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