The recommended dose rate is 100 - 200gms/cow/day based on a 450kg cow.
MineralBoost G2 Hi-Mag
MineralBoost G2 Hi-Mag contains all the essential minerals within MineralBoost G2 boosted with extra magnesium.
MineralBoost G2 Hi-Mag is a rumen dispersible granule containing high quality calcium, magnesium and sodium. MineralBoost G2 Hi-Mag has been specifically designed to overcome well known mineral deficiencies in an animals diet and supplementary feed and therefore maximise the nutritional value of your PKE, meal blends, silages and grain feeds – enabling you to turn good feed into great feed.
When added to an animal's diet, MineralBoost G2 Hi-Mag will maximise production and live weight gain whilst also safe guarding against metabolic disorders.
The rumen dispersible granule is a patented delivery technology designed to exhibit the benefits of a granule during mixing and freight (less dust, less segregation, less waste), while dispersing into super fine powder once inside the rumen – providing you with a very convenient method of adding macro nutrients to an animal’s diet.
Talk to your local Animal Nutrition Sales Representative about including the MineralBoost G2 range in you next supplementary feed delivery.
MineralBoost G2 Hi-Mag is made up of calcium, magnesium and sodium (salt).
To understand the macro mineral levels available to the cow, MineralBoost G2 is reported in elemental levels per 200gm dose rate to ascertain the makeup of the macro mineral portion of the product, which is as follows:
|Element||Elemental Level per 100 grams||Elemental Level per 200 grams|
|Calcium||21 grams||42 grams|
|Magnesium||10 grams||20 grams|
|Sodium||5.5 grams||11 grams|
All animal feed products should be fed as part of a healthy balanced diet matched to the specific requirements of the herd. Agrifeeds makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, as to the suitability of any of the products supplied to the specific requirements of your animals. Please note that recommended feeding rates are given as a guideline only and will vary based on the total diet and actual feed intake of your animals. It is recommended that you consult your vet, nutritionist or farm consultant before making any dietary changes.