Purina Goat Grower 16

 

Purina Goat Grower

Purina Goat Grower is designed to meet the specific needs of meat goats or dairy goats. Goat Grower is a pelleted complete feed formulated for the optimum growth, development and maintenance of goats. It is designed to deliver the nutrition and performance you expect.

Try Goat Grower and see the difference it can make in your goats’ overall growth and health.


 

Features

FEATURES BENEFITS
Medicated options: rumensin or decoquinate (depending on plant)
  • Aid in protection against coccidiosis
Nutritionally complete
  • Provides the proper balance of high-quality proteins, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. Built in roughage source minimizes clean-up from wasted or uneaten forage. Proper calcium to phosphorus ratio for goats.
Palatable, high-quality ingredients
  • Helps ensure consumption

Guaranteed Analysis

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS
 Crude protein  Min  16.00%
     This includes not more than 1.5% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen
 Crude fat  Min  2.00%
 Crude fiber  Max  16.00%
 Calcium (Ca)  Min  0.80%
 Calcium (Ca)  Max  1.20%
 Phosphorus (P)  Min  0.50%
 Salt (NaCl)  Min  0.40%
 Salt (NaCl)  Max  0.80%
 Copper (Cu)  Min  22 ppm
 Copper (Cu)  Max  27 ppm
 Selenium (Se)  Min  0.3 ppm
 Vitamin A  Min  5,000 IU/lb

Feeding

Feed as the sole diet to growing goats from weaning to desired weight. Feed at a rate of 0.25 to 2.5 pounds per head per day along with good quality grass hay. Can also be fed free-choice to high-producing goats on range or under dry lot conditions after they have acclimated to this ration.

These are only guidelines for consumption. Some goats may have a tendency to go off feed. When this occurs, feed long stem grass hay for two to three days then continue feeding NOBLE GOAT™ GROWER 16. Feed consumption will vary with life stage, environment and activity. Always provide adequate amounts of fresh, clean water.

In groups of goats 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 goats. If bloating occurs, the above management practices should be reviewed and your veterinarian consulted.

Do not allow horses or other equines access to feeds containing monensin. Ingestion of monensin by horses has been fatal.

Note: This product contains copper and should not be fed to sheep.

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