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EnergiLass Rumen Booster is formulated for preconditioning, stressed, shipped-in feeder cattle, or cattle in sick pens on tall types of rations. Rumen Booster can also be offered to cows and heifers during the breeding season, to dairy calves at weaning and stressed dairy cows.
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 could 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.
Thiamine and B vitamins are known to stimulate intake of cattle under stress.
Salt encourages supplement and water intake, both important in stressed calves. Also helps maintain electrolyte balance.
Yeast products have beneficial effects on intake, rumen function, and overall gut health.
Trace mineral amino acid complexes are more bioavailable compared to inorganic trace minerals.
Formulated to provide trace minerals and vitamins to help support optimal animal health and performance.
Also available in 33.3 lb and 50 lb containers. Availability varies by plant.
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Feed Kent EnergiLass Rumen Booster to stressed or shipped in feeder cattle, or cattle in sick pens on all types of rations. Begin feeding to breeding cattle 30 days prior to and throughout the breeding season. Place barrel(s) in a dry location near the animal's source of water or loafing area. Consumption will vary depending on animal size; health; quality, source, and availability of roughage and/or grains; number of animals per barrel and barrel location. Offer one 250 lb barrel to every 10 head when cattle are stressed and one for every 30 head when cattle are healthy. Cattle typically consumer between 0.25 and 0.75 lbs 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. DO NOT feed free-choice salt and/or minerals, provide these in the regular ration.
This product, which contains added copper, should not be fed to sheep or any species that have a low tolerance to supplemental copper.
Use as directed. Consumption of selenium should not exceed 3 mg per head per day.
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