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A service that provides a customised mineral blend tailor-made for an individual farm - minimum order quantity is 500kg
Ingredients can include trace elements, minerals, vitamins and many other additives that may be required (subject to compatibility)
An optional extra is the inclusion of convenient ‘day packs’ inside each 25kg lined bag that provide the whole herd’s requirements for one day
Variable - customised blend
Includes trace elements, macro-minerals, vitamins and other additives
Meat and milk withholding periods:
Depends on the ingredients in the mix, but generally NIL.
A service that provides a customised mineral blend tailor-made for an individual farm
Product is manufactured according to farmers’ individual requirements (Ravensdown can assist in determining this if required) and is delivered direct to farm within 10-15 working days in 25kg lined polypropylene bags, in half or one tonne lots
The application rate will depend on the individual mix
Do not administer copper-containing mixes to animals at the same time as using high doses of zinc for facial eczema prevention (North Island only), as copper supplementation may interfere with the protective effects of zinc.
Store in a cool, dry covered facility, and ensure that the bag is closed properly after use. It is important to keep bags dry to prevent absorption of water by the product. Dust masks and eye protection are recommended when handling product if excessive dust is present
To obtain a Safety Data Sheet for your specific custom blend, please contact our Customer Centre on 0800 100 123. This information can be retrieved from your order and sent to you on request.
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