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BEEF FAT 33+

PROTEIN CONCENTRATES FOR THE ECONOMICAL FINISHING OF BEEF CATTLE

CLASS: PROTEIN CONCENTRATE FOR CATTLE
REG. NO. V17357 ACT 36/1947

BEEF FAT 33+ is a specially formulated protein concentrate utilised in a complete or cafeteria finishing diet ensuring economical beef cattle finishing with the lowest cost per kg mass increase. It contains a growth enhancer that promotes the feed conversion rate and growth of your cattle, as well as preventing feeding disorders and coccidiosis to ensure maximum profit.

ADVANTAGES OF BEEF FAT 33+

  • Economical beef cattle finishing with the lowest cost per kg mass increase.
  • Stimulates feed conversion and growth rates as a result of the growth enhancer.
  • Counteracts feeding disorders and coccidiosis.
  • Ensures maximum profit.

COMPOSITION

PROTEIN

Min

g/kg

330

FROM UREA

%

87,5

UREA

Max

g/kg

91,9

MOISTURE

Max

g/kg

120

FIBRE

Max

g/kg

120

CALCIUM

Max

g/kg

45

PHOSPHOROUS

Min

g/kg

7

SULPHUR

g/kg

6

MAGNESIUM

g/kg

5,2

POTASSIUM

g/kg

19

COPPER

mg/kg

67

MANGANESE

mg/kg

300

ZINC

mg/kg

200

COBALT

mg/kg

2

IODINE

mg/kg

3,3

IRON

mg/kg

350

SELENIUM

mg/kg

1

VITAMIN A

IE/kg

15 000

VITAMIN B1

mg/kg

7,5

MASS: 40kg

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

COMPLETE DIET 1

COMPLETE DIET 2

CAFETERIA DIET 1

CAFETERIA DIET 2

BEEF FAT 33+

kg

160

160

160

160

MOLATEK BYPASS

kg

50

50

50

50

MAIZE MEAL/ HOMINY CHOP

kg

670

630

790

750

MOLASSES MEAL

kg

40

40

ROUGHAGE

kg

120

120

Ad lib

Ad lib

TOTAL

kg

1 000

1 000

1 000

1 000

COMPOSITION (As is basis)

COMPLETE FEED DIET 1

COMPLETE FEED DIET 2

CAFETERIA DIET 1

CAFETERIA DIET 2

PROTEIN

g/kg

135

134

143

143

UREA

g/kg

14,7

14,7

15,3

15,3

MOISTURE

g/kg

120

120

120

120

FIBRE

g/kg

120

122

88

88

CALCIUM

g/kg

8,8

9,2

8,7

8,7

PHOSPOROUS

g/kg

7,3

7,0

6,0

6,0

Feeding instructions: Complete diet

  • Day 1–3: Limit the complete diet to 1% of the body weight per animal per day plus long hay (40 mm) ad lib.
  • Day 4–5: Limit the complete diet to 1,5% of the body weight per animal per day plus long hay ad lib.
  • Day 6–7: Limit the complete diet to 2% of the body weight per animal per day plus long hay ad lib.
  • Day 8–9: Limit the complete diet to 2,5% of the body weight per animal per day plus long hay ad lib.
  • Day 10–12: Complete diet plus long hay ad lib if animals are totally adapted and show no sigh of acidosis. The complete diet is fed ad lib after day 10.

Feeding instructions: Cafeteria adaptation phase:

  • Maize can be partly substituted with small grains (50% with barley or triticale, and 20% with wheat) and 50% with grain sorghum or in total with hominy chop.
  • Roughage or pasture must be available at all times ad lib.
  • Day 1–2: Limit mixed concentrate intake to 1% of the body mass (2 kg/220 kg head of cattle/day) plus ad lib hay/roughage or winter pasture.
  • Day 3–4: Limit mixed concentrate intake to 1,4% of the body mass (3 kg/220 kg head of cattle/day) plus ad lib hay/roughage or winter pasture.
  • Day 5–6: Limit mixed concentrate intake to 1,8% of the body mass (4 kg/220 kg head of cattle/day) plus ad lib hay, roughage or winter pasture.
  • Day 7–10: Limit mixed concentrate intake to 2,3% of the body mass (5 kg/220 kg head of cattle/day) plus ad lib hay/roughage or winter pasture.

Cafeteria fattening mixes are extremely effective for backgrounding on winter pasture, or for preconditioning at 1–1,5% of the body mass on summer or winter pasture or in paddocks with long hay to prepare the rumen for the feedlot diet.

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

COMPLETE DIET MIXTURE 1

COMPLETE DIET MIXTURE 2

COMPLETE DIET MIXTURE 3

CAFETERIA MIXTURE 1

CAFETERIA MIXTURE 2

BEEF FAT 33+

kg

160

160

160

160

160

MOLASSES MEAL

kg

80

80

MAIZE MEAL/ HOMINY CHOP

kg

720

800

120

840

760

MAIZE COB MEAL

kg

720

ROUGHAGE

kg

100

130

Ad lib

Ad lib

TOTAL

kg

1 060

1 090

1 000

1 000

1 000

COMPOSITION (As is basis)

COMPLETE DIET MIXTURE 1

COMPLETE DIET MIXTURE 2

COMPLETE DIET MIXTURE 3

CAFETERIA MIXTURE 1

CAFETERIA MIXTURE 2

PROTEIN

g/kg

120

122

117

128

124

UREA

g/kg

13,9

13,5

14,7

14,7

14,7

MOISTURE

g/kg

120

120

120

120

120

FIBRE

g/kg

115

115

100

86

88

CALCIUM

g/kg

8,5

7,5

9,0

8,5

9,5

PHOSPHOROUS

g/kg

3,0

3,0

3,5

3,5

3,5

Feeding tips for the finishing phase:

  • A portion of the grain component can be substituted to great advantage with MOLASSES MEAL.
  • Grind small grains fine.
  • Coarsely grind maize (grit).
  • Grind roughage with a 50 mm sieve.
  • Maize can be partly substituted with small grains (50% with barley or triticale, and 20% with wheat) and 50% with grain sorghum or in total with hominy chop.
  • Diets that are too dry (without silage) usually limit intake. Add 5–10% (± 100 kg) water per ton of feed.

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

COMPLETE DIET MIXTURE 1

COMPLETE DIET MIXTURE 2

CAFETERIA MIXTURE 1

BEEF FAT 33+

kg

160

160

160

MAIZE MEAL/ HOMINY CHOP

kg

650

640

790

MOLATEK BYPASS

kg

50

50

50

MAIZE SILAGE

kg

350

ROUGHAGE

kg

150

75

Ad lib

TOTAL

kg

1 010

1 275

1 000

COMPOSITION

COMPLETE DIET MIXTURE 1

COMPLETE DIET MIXTURE 2

CAFETERIA MIXTURE 1

PROTEIN

g/kg

144

142

151

UREA

g/kg

14,7

13,9

14,7

MOISTURE

g/kg

120

120

120

FIBRE

g/kg

130

125

88

CALCIUM

g/kg

8,3

7,8

8,1

PHOSPHOROUS

g/kg

3,5

3,3

3,6

  • For more information, see: Feeding instruction for cafeteria adaptation phase, as well as feed tips for finishing phase.
  • Intakes should be controlled and adapted in accordance with the required condition.

* Bypass Reg No. V21556 N-FF2425
** Molasses Meal Reg No. V7264 N-FF0666

Storage Instructions

Store in a cool, dry, well ventilated area out of direct sunlight, off the ground on a pallet.

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