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EnergiLass Heifer is a protein, mineral and vitamin supplement designed to be fed to growing and developing dairy and beef cattle on all types of rations.
Molasses and added fat results in a very high level of sugar and energy. This high sugar level and the licking action needed for consumption increase saliva production. This, in turn, may improve the rumen environment which would improve forage digestion.
The high level of molasses solids and fat make for a highly palatable product. The licking action along with saliva produced softens the top 1/4 inch of the block allowing limited consumption. When this thin layer is consumed the animals must wait for the next layer of the block to soften before they can consume additional product.
As pastures mature, forage quality can decline. Supplementing with protein allows the rumen to better digest mature forages.
Formulated to provide trace minerals and vitamins to help support optimal animal health and performance.
More readily available forms of copper, zinc, manganese and cobalt, compared to inorganic sources, support a healthy immune system, overall cattle performance and reproductive performance.
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Feed Kent EnergiLass Heifer to growing/developing dairy and beef cattle on all types of rations. Place barrel(s) in a dry location near the animal's source of water, salt, mineral, or loafing area. Consumption will vary depending on animal size; stage of production; quality, source, and availability of roughage and/or grains; number of animals per barrel and barrel location. Offer one 250-lb barrel for every 20-30 head. Cattle typically consume between 0.5 and 1.5 pounds per head daily.
DAILY INTAKE VALUES ARE APPROXIMATE. To increase consumption, decrease the number of animals per barrel. To reduce consumption, increase the number of animals per barrel, or place barrels away from the normal loafing area. Provide clean, fresh water at all times. Provide salt and/or mineral free-choice or mix in the grain ration.
This feed should be used only in accordance with directions on this label. Feed to ruminants only.
Do not feed to sheep.
The Native Kennel Program is open to legal residents of the United States and its territories at least 18 years of age except where prohibited by or restricted by law. All federal, state and local laws and regulations apply. Participation in the Program is free and no initial purchase is required. Program available to US-based kennels who care for at least eight (8) or more dogs. Kennel should be directly involved in the breeding and/or housing of dogs, and must fed and recommend Native Performance Dog Food. Limit one membership per household, per email. Member must provide valid and accurate personal information when enrolling in the program.
Program and/or qualifying products may be modified or discontinued at any time without notice. Free bag max value: $50. Please allow 4-6 weeks for processing.
The Pet Food Frequent Buyer Program is open to legal residents of the United States and its territories and Canada at least 18 years of age except where prohibited by or restricted by law. All federal, state and local laws and regulations apply. Participation in the Program is free and no initial purchase is required. Limit one membership per household, per email. Member must provide valid and accurate personal information when enrolling in the program.
Program and/or qualifying products may be modified or discontinued at any time without notice. Please allow 4-6 weeks for processing.
The Show Awards Program is open to legal residents of the United States and its territories and Canada except where prohibited by or restricted by law. All federal, state and local laws and regulations apply. Applicant must provide valid and accurate personal information when submitting award.
Program and/or qualifying products may be modified or discontinued at any time without notice. See Rules and Eligibility for additional program parameters. Limit one award per calendar year. Please allow 6-8 weeks for processing. Awards receiving jackets may take additional time.
Program available to US-based kennels who care for at least eight (8) or more dogs. Kennel should be directly involved in the breeding and/or housing of dogs, and must feed and recommend Native Performance Dog Food.
Animal was selected as the overall Grand Champion of the Show and competed against all breed winners to receive this honor.
Animal was selected as the overall Reserve Grand Champion of the Show and competed against all breeds to receive this honor.
Animal was selected as the Breed/Division Grand Champion of the particular breed they were exhibiting in. NOTE: This is the highest honor at various shows when an overall Grand Champion is not selected.
Animal was selected as the Breed/Division Reserve Grand Champion of the particular breed they were exhibiting in. Only awarded for select state and national shows. NOTE: This is the second highest honor at various shows when an overall Reserve Grand Champion is not selected.
Alabama State Fair – Montgomery, AL
National Peanut Festival – Dothan, AL
Alabama State Market Hog Show – Montgomery, AL
Alabama National Fair – Montgomery, AL
National Western Stock Show – Denver, CO
Delaware State Fair – Harrington, DE
Florida State Fair – Tampa, FL
Georgia National Fair – Perry, GA
Georgia National Livestock Show & Rodeo – Perry, GA
NJSA SE Regional – Perry, GA
Georgia State Fair – Macon, GA
All Iowa Showdown – Osceola, IA
Iowa State Fair – Des Moines, IA
NJSA & Team Purebred World Pork Expo – Des Moines, IA
Illinois State Fair – Springfield, IL
Team Purebred Summer Jr. National – Springfield, IL
Indiana State Fair – Indianapolis, IN
Kansas State Fair – Hutchinson, KS
Kentucky State Fair – Louisville, KY
NJSA National Jr. Summer Spectacular
NJSA & Team Purebred North American Int. Livestock Exposition – Louisville, KY
Eastern States Exposition – W Springfield, MA
Maryland State Fair – Timonium, MD
Team Purebred Eastern Regional – Timonium, MD
Michigan Livestock Expo – East Lansing, MI
UP State Fair – Escanaba, MI
Fifth Third MI State Fair (sheep and goats) – Novi, MI
NJSA & Team Purebred Jr. Barrow Classic – Austin, MN
Minnesota State Fair – St. Paul, MN
American Royal Livestock Show – Kansas City, MO
Missouri Cattleman’s Association Jr. Cattlemen Show – Sedalia, MO
Missouri State Fair – Sedalia, MO
Ozark Empire Fair – Springfield, MO
Team Purebred Mid-South Regional – Greenwood, MS
North Carolina State Fair – Raleigh, NC
North Dakota State Fair – Minot, ND
Ak-Sar-Ben 4-H Livestock Exposition – Omaha, NE
Nebraska State Fair – Grand Island, NE
New Jersey State Fair – Augusta, NJ
NJSA Eastern Regional – Hamburg, NY
New York State Fair – Syracuse, NY
Ohio State Fair – Columbus, OH
Keystone Int. Livestock Exposition – Harrisburg, PA
Pennsylvania Farm Show – Harrisburg, PA
South Carolina State Fair – Columbia, SC
Central State Fair – Rapid City, SD
South Dakota State Fair – Huron, SD
Delta State Fair – Memphis, TN
Mid-South Fair – Southaven, TN
Tennessee State Fair – Nashville, TN
State Fair of Virginia – Doswell, VA
World Beef Expo – Milwaukee, WI
Wisconsin State Fair – West Ellis, WI
State Fair of West Virginia – Lewisburg, WV
National Jr American Salers Show
National Jr Angus Show
National Jr Charolais Show
National Jr Chianina Show
National Jr Gelbvieh Show
National Jr Hereford Show
National Jr Limousin Show
National Jr Maine-Anjou Show
National Jr Shorthorn Show
National Jr Simmental Show