FESCUE BALANCER® w/BIO-MOS®
A Nutritionally Formulated Supplement for Beef Cattle on Pasture
FESCUE BALANCER w/Bio-Mos supplement is designed to be fed to cattle consuming fescue forages or low protein forages. It is a high-density block that allows around-the-clock supplementation of essential nutrients. FESCUE BALANCER w/Bio-Mos is a low-moisture, molasses-based block that provides a cost-effective supplementation program. Here’s how:
- Economical: A low feeding rate of 0.5 to 0.75 lb/head/day means lower feeding costs (on a per head per day basis).
- High Mineral Fortification: This supplement is fortified with minerals and trace minerals to help promote animal performance, health and efficiency.
- Weather Resistant: This Feed In A Drum supplement maintains integrity and controls consumption even in hot, humid weather or precipitation.
- Minimal Labor: This supplement is easy to feed. Simply place the blocks in areas of easy access to the cattle.
- Returnable Steel Barrels are self contained supplement feeders that are environmentally friendly and eliminate the expense of additional feeding equipment.
Bio-Mos is derived from a specific strain of yeast and improves animal performance. Gastrointestinal (GI) health and integrity is essential for animal performance and Bio-Mos 'feeds the GI tract' and thus plays a critical role in animal nutrition and production.
¾ lb intake will provide 10 grams of Bio-Mos.
|Alltech® Bio-Mos® Features:
||Alltech® Bio-Mos® Benefits:
|• Supports gut health, integrity and stability
• Market presence of over 15 years
• Natural, differentiated meat marketability
• Bio-Mos is supported by over 500 research trials
• ARC Certified = Quality Control
• Efficient nutrient transfer from cow to calf
• Supports cow health and livability
|• Cow-calf health and livability
• Optimal growth and development
• Reduced use of therapeutic treatments
• Cow-calf management
• Nutrient transfer from cow to calf
|Bio-Mos is a registered trademark of Alltech®
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