Country Feeds 16% Pelleted Sheep Feed - Medicated


Country Feeds 16% Pelleted Sheep Feed - Medicated


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Pelleted complete sheep feed with medication

This all purpose sheep feed is:

  • Highly palatable pelleted feed to encourage intake
  • Fortified with vitamins and minerals
  • No added copper
  • Balanced energy and protein to promote growth
  • Flexible feeding, can be fed as the sole ration or combined with pasture or roughage
  • Medicated with Bovatec for the prevention of coccidiosis
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Guaranteed Analysis

Nutrient Level
Crude Protein, minimum 16.0%
NPN 1.22%
Crude Fat, minimum 3.0%
Crude Fiber, maximum 14.0%
Calcium, minimum 0.80%
Calcium, maximum 1.30%
Phosphorus, minimum 0.40%
Salt, minimum 1.0%
Salt, maximum 1.5%
Sodium, minimum 0.15%
Sodium, maximum 0.30%
Copper, minimum 5 ppm
Copper, maximum 12 ppm
Selenium, minimum 0.30 ppm
Vitamin A, minimum 3,600 IU/lb

Feeding Instructions

This medicated supplement id designed to be fed to growing and finishing lambs. Medicated for the prevention of coccidiosis caused by Eimeria ovina, Eimeria crandallis, Eimeria ovinoidalis (Eimeria ninakohlyakimovae), Eimeria parva and Eimeria intricata in sheep maintained in confinement. Feed as directed.

Each pound of ths medicated feed contains 15 mg Lasalocid

Feed continuously at the rate of 1.0 to 4.66 lb per head per day to provide not less than 15 mg nor more than 70 mg Lasalocid per head per day depending on bodyweight.

Feed as the sole ration with limited hay (0.25 to 0.5 lb per head per day)

Lambs that have not previously been fed high-energy rations must be gradually adapted from forage to grain

Feed only to lambs that have been vaccinated for enterotoxemia

Provide plenty of fresh, clean water at all times

CAUTION: The safety of Lasalocid for use in unapproved species has not been established. do not allow horses or other equines access to feeds containing Lasalocid as ingestion may be fatal. Mix thoroughly with grain and/or roughage prior to feeding. Feeding undiluted or mixing erros may result in excess Lasalocid concentration that could be fatal to cattle and sheep.


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