Medicated for prevention of coccidiosis. Loose mineral product in 25 lb. bag. Same great formula as the original 16:8 Meat Maker®. 2:1 calcium to phosphorus ratio. Provides 100% of daily recommended amounts of trace minerals including copper and selenium. Fortified with vitamins A, D and E. Very economical – cost under $0.02 per head per day.
How to Use & Apply
FEEDING AND MANAGEMENT:Mineral Program: SWEETLIX® 16:8 Meat Maker® with Rumensin® Mineral is a medicated 2:1 calcium to phosphorus mixing mineral scientifically formulated to help prevent coccidiosis while providing for the unique trace mineral and vitamin needs of goats. SWEETLIX® 16:8 Meat Maker® with Rumensin® Mineral helps goats attain maximum performance by providing a complete vitamin and trace mineral supplement, which includes copper and selenium, designed especially for the needs of growing goats. All ingredients are selected for high biological availability and stability to deliver optimal nutrition to your goats.Mixing Directions: Thoroughly mix 41.65 lbs. of SWEETLIX® 16:8 Meat Maker® with Rumensin® Mineral with 1,958.35 lbs. of non-medicated feed or mix 1.04 lbs. of SWEETLIX® Meat Maker® with Rumensin® Mineral with 48.96 lbs of non-medicated feed to create a complete feed providing 20 g per ton of monensin. Feed as the sole ration to goats in confinement. Provide clean, fresh water to all animals at all times.
CAUTION: Use only as directed. Do not allow horses or other equines access to feeds containing Monensin. Ingestion of Monensin by equines has been fatal. Monensin-medicated cattle and goat feeds are intended for use in cattle or goats only. Consumption by unapproved species may result in toxic reactions. Feeding undiluted or mixing errors resulting in high concentrations of Monensin has been fatal in cattle and could be fatal in goats. Must be thoroughly mixed in feeds before use. Do not feed undiluted. Do not exceed the levels of Monensin recommended in the feeding directions, as reduced average daily gains may result. Do not feed to lactating dairy goats. Consumption of selenium should not exceed 0.7 mg per head. The addition to feed of higher levels of this premix containing selenium is not permitted.