Purina Wind and Rain Fly Control with Altosid
Purina Wind and Rain Fly Control with Altosid (IGR) is a line of beef cattle minerals helps prevent the breeding of horn flies in the manure of treated cattle; designed to address the mineral deficiencies of the available forage in a palatable, weather-resistant, granular formula.
Wind and Rain cattle minerals’ large particle size and special formulation keeps the mineral from absorbing water and blowing out of the feeder. The Storm technology provides the ultimate in weather resistance to reduce waste and makes Wind and Rain Storm Formula more economical to feed than conventional loose minerals.
Stop into Old Mill Country Store with two locations in Ellensburg, Washington and Yakima, Washington for your supply of cattle feed and supplements. Have questions? Be sure to contact us and a member of our helpful staff will guide you towards the best feed and supplies for your livestock.
Altosid® (IGR): Helps prevent the breeding of horn flies in the manure of treated cattle.
Balanced mineral nutrition: Wind and Rain® Storm® minerals contain the proper balance and ratios of all 14 essential cattle minerals. Matching the correct product for the cattleman’s available forage assures cattle receive the mineral nutrition they need for health, growth and reproduction. This product is designed for 4 ounce intake.
Contains large particle size ingredients and rain protection: Resistant to wind losses and rain damage.
Exclusive Storm® Formulation: Resists water, not digestion. Storm® Formulation nearly eliminates water retention and clumping or “bricking.” That means cattle will continue to consume the mineral even after it’s been wet. Though it resists moisture, it does not prevent digestion. Result: Less Waste.
Feeding Directions Description:
Feed this product free choice to cows, replacement heifers and bulls receiving rations composed largely of grass hay or to cattle grazing range or grass pastures. Recommended feeding period for breeder minerals is 60 days before calving through breeding. Cattle receiving phosphorus deficient diets may over-consume this product when it is first offered.
Store in dry, well ventilated area protected from rodents and insects. Do not feed moldy or insect-infested feed to animals as it may cause illness, abortion or death.