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Calf Manna Print E-mail
Written by Administrator-GL   
Saturday, 09 May 2009
Manna Pro
 
Description:
The ultimate performance supplement for all stages in beef cattle, horses, dairy cattle, swine, goats, rabbits and poultry.

For over seven decades, Calf-Manna has been considered America’s best nutritional supplement. A top-quality product with an outstanding track record of consistently delivering better performance to a wide range of animals. Calf-Manna is consumed by everything from growing and performance horses, to cattle, rabbits, goats, poultry and swine.Calf Manna Supplement

The Key Benefits of Calf-Manna:
High Quality Proteins = More Growth: Calf-Manna includes multiple sources of high quality protein. These ingredients provide essential amino acids, the building blocks of protein. The net result is that Calf-Manna supplies a wide array of essential amino acids that meet the needs of many different animals.

Digestible Carbohydrates = More Energy: Calf-Manna’s digestible carbohydrates are an excellent source of energy. It’s often called “energy dense” which simply means it delivers more calories per mouthful.

Anise = Palatability: Ingredients like anise provide Calf-Manna’s inviting, sweet-smelling aroma and taste for animals of all ages. These ingredients stimulate saliva production and encourage consistent and increased feed intake.

Brewer’s Dried Yeast = Better Digestion: Another ingredient, Brewer’s Dried Yeast, also improves palatability and encourages earlier and more consistent intake of dry feed. And intake of dry feed promotes development of the digestive tract in young animals.

Ingredients:
Soybean meal, corn, hominy feed, feeding oatmeal, dried whey, dehydrated alfalfa meal, linseed meal, brewer’s dried yeast, vegetable oil, fenugreek seed, anise oil, calcium carbonate, monocalcium phosphate, dicalcium phosphate, salt, sulfur, iron oxide, ferrous carbonate, ferrous sulfate, copper oxide, copper sulfate, manganous oxide, zinc oxide, sodium selenite, cobalt carbonate, calcium iodate, Vitamin A supplement, Vitamin D3 supplement, Vitamin E supplement, choline chloride, thiamine mononitrate, niacin supplement, riboflavin supplement, calcium pantothenate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, Vitamin B12 supplement, folic acid, biotin.

Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein, min

25.0%

Salt, min

0.5%

Lysine, min

1.4%

Salt, max

1.0%

Methionine, min

0.3%

Sodium, min

0.2%

Crude Fat, min

3.0%

Sodium, max

0.4%

Crude Fiber, min

3.0%

Copper, min

15 ppm

Crude Fiber, max

6.0%

Copper, max

35 ppm

Acid Detergent Fiber, max

10.0%

Selenium, min

0.1 ppm

Calcium, min

0.7%

Zinc, min

125 ppm

Calcium, max

1.2%

Vitamin A, min

20,000 IU/lb

Phosphorus, min

0.6%

 

 

 

Feeding Instructions:

Dairy Calves Up to 1 lb per day Goats 1/4 to 1/2 cup per day
Lactating Cows 1 to 1 ½ lbs per day Baby Pigs 1/8 to 1/4 lb per day
Beef Calves 10% of the creep feed ration Show Hogs 1/2 to 1 lb per day
Show Cattle 1 to 2 lbs per day Gestating Sows 1/8 to 1/4 lb per day
Brood Cows 1 lb per day Lactating Sows 1/2 to 3/4 lb per day
Bulls 1 lb per day Boars 1/4 to 1/2  lb per day
Foals 1/2 lb per day Rabbits (growing) 1 teaspoon per day
Growing Horses 1 to 1 ½ lb per day Rabbits (lactating) 1 tablespoon per day
Broodmares and Stallions 1 ½ to 2 lbs per day Poultry 1 tablespoon per day Or 5-10% of the ration
Performance Horses 1 to 2 lbs per day    

Warning:
Do not feed any product that is moldy, rodent or insect infested, or abnormal in appearance or odor, as it may cause illness or death.

This product contains supplemental copper. Do not feed to sheep or other copper-sensitive species.

Storage:
Feed is perishable. Store this product in a cool, dry area away from insects and rodents.

Manna Pro Corporation
707 Spirit 40 Park Drive Suite 150
Chesterfield, MO 63005
1-800-822-4571

 
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