Kent sheep feeds provide the nutrition to support good flock health, prolific reproduction, and efficient gains.
Kent minerals provide proper levels of highly bioavailable sources of calcium, phosphorus, trace minerals, and vitamins.
Minerals to be used in either pasture or dry lot for sheep.Feeding Directions
Fortification of Sheep Mineral: (1 ounce)
25,000 IU of Vitamin A per ounce
6,250 IU of Vitamin D3 per ounce
12.5 IU of Vitamin E per ounce
|Calcium (Ca), min||15.5%|
|Calcium (Ca), max||18.5%|
|Phosphorus (P), min||8.0%|
|Salt (NaCl), min||18.5%|
|Salt (NaCl), max||22.0%|
|Magnesium (Mg), min||1.0%|
|Potassium (K), min||1.0%|
|Manganese (Mn), min||1300 ppm|
|Selenium (Se), min||40 ppm|
|Zinc (Zn), min||1700 ppm|
|Vitamin A, min||400,000 IU/lb|
|Vitamin D3, min||100,000 IU/lb|
|Vitamin E, min||200 IU/lb|
Our line of complete sheep feeds offers the nutrition essential to the health of your animal.
A complete grain ration for flushing, gestating, or lactating ewes.Feeding Directions
Feed 14 Ewe at 1⁄2 lb/head/day, three weeks before and two weeks after exposure to ram.
Six weeks before lambing, begin feeding 14 Ewe at 1 lb/head/day. At four weeks before lambing, increase to 11⁄2 lb/head/day.
After lambing, feed 14 Ewe at 11⁄2 to 2 lbs/head/day for each lamb the ewe is nursing.
Kent Sheep Mineral should be offered free-choice to ewes year-round in a mineral feeder located in a dry area.
Always provide good quality hay or pasture. Be sure a source of water is always available.
|Crude Protein, min (This includes not more than 1.0% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen. NPN from Ammonium Chloride.)||14.0%|
|Crude Fat, min||3.0%|
|Crude Fiber, max||6.5%|
|Calcium (Ca), min||0.6%|
|Calcium (Ca), max||1.1%|
|Phosphorus (P), min||0.4%|
|Salt (NaCl), min||0.25%|
|Salt (NaCl), max||0.75%|
|Selenium (Se), min||0.3 ppm|
|Vitamin A, min||3500 IU/lb|
|Vitamin D3, min||600 IU/lb|
|Vitamin E, min||30 IU/lb|
Lamb Milk Replacer
Kent Lamb Milk Replacer is a high-quality, fully-formulated complete first feed for lambs and goat kids. This product has been carefully formulated to provide all of the essential nutrients in the proper proportions to support the survival and growth rates of lambs or goat kids from the second day of life through weaning.
- High fat – contains 30% fat which is similar to ewe’s milk and is a must in the diet of baby lambs.
- BoVantage® Technology – for healthy performance and immune system support.
- Blend of bacteria – a unique blend of five species of genetically-aligned bacteria which help maintain an ideal intestinal environment and promote better feed utilization.
- Coconut oil – one of the easiest fats to digest.
- Low lactose levels – reduces the incidence of bloating.
|Age of Lamb (days)||Number of Feedings/Day||Reconstituted Product/Feeding||Total Product Fed/Day|
|2-10||4||8 oz||32 oz|
|11-18||3||12 oz||36 oz|
|19-42||2||16 oz||32 oz|
Goat Kid: Mix at a rate of 1½ pounds of milk replacer powder per gallon of water [3 oz (by weight) of milk replacer powder per 1 pint of water]. Use enclosed cup.* Mix milk replacer powder in ½ quantity of water at 120° F and then dilute to volume and feed at 98° F. For the first few days, feed a limited quantity (maximum of 1 pint) per feeding up to 3 to 4 times per day.
- Feed colostrum for the first 24 hours of life, starting within 2 hours of birth.
- Provide fresh, clean water free choice at all times.
- The temperature of reconstituted milk replacer fed should be 90°- 100°F.
- Your lamb and/or kid is an individual; therefore, the quantity and the concentration of solids fed may be varied to maintain proper body condition and stool consistency. Consult with your veterinarian if you have questions.
|Crude Protein, min||24.0%|
|Crude Fat, min||30.0%|
|Crude Fiber, max||0.1%|
|Calcium (Ca), min||0.5%|
|Calcium (Ca), max||1.0%|
|Phosphorus (P), min||0.65%|
|Selenium, min||0.3 ppm|
|Lactose (dry basis), max||25.0%|
|Vitamin C, min||20.0 mg/lb|
|Vitamin A, min||30,000 IU/lb|
|Vitamin D3, min||10,000 IU/lb|
|Vitamin E, min||150 IU/lb|
|Total Lactic Acid Producing Bacteria||1.10 BCFU/lb|
Research-proven protein supplements for sheep.
EnergiLass Sheep 15
A molasses-based supplement formulated for ewes before breeding and lambing, and to all sheep on medium to low quality pasture, hay, or forage. Available in 50-lb tubs.Feeding Directions
Consumption will vary depending on animal size, stage of production, quality, source, and availability of roughage and/or grains; number of animals per tub and tub location.
|Species||Animals/50 lb Tub||Intake/hd/day|
|Sheep||20 – 30||1.0 oz – 3.0 oz|
|DAILY INTAKE VALUES ARE APPROXIMATE.|
To increase consumption, decrease the number of animals per tub. To reduce consumption increase the number of animals per tub, or place tubs away from the normal loafing area. Provide clean, fresh water at all times. Provide salt and Kent Sheep Mineral free choice.
|Crude Protein, min||15.0%|
|Crude Fat, min||5.0%|
|Crude Fiber, max||2.0%|
|Calcium (Ca), min||1.3%|
|Calcium (Ca), max||1.8%|
|Phosphorus (P), min||0.9%|
|Magnesium (Mg), min||0.4%|
|Potassium (K), min||4.0%|
|Manganese (Mn), min||400 ppm|
|Selenium (Se), min||3.5 ppm|
|Zinc (Zn), min||1600 ppm|
|Vitamin A, min||55,000 IU/lb|
|Vitamin D3, min||5500 IU/lb|
|Vitamin E, min||425 IU/lb|
34 Lamb Supplement 150B
A 34% protein supplement to mix with grains to make lamb, ewe, and ram rations. Contains ammonium chloride to help reduce the risk of urinary calculi.Feeding Directions
Creep Feeding Lambs
When the lambs are 10 days old, offer one of the rations listed in the table at the right (or a complete feed) in a feed trough located in a creep area. For the first few days feed only what the lambs will clean up each day.
|Creep Ration for Lambs|
|Kent 20 Lamb||1250||1000||670||-|
|Kent 15 Lamb||-||-||-||1000|
|Cracked Shelled Corn||400||500||730||550|
|Crimped or whole oats||150||250||300||250|
|Kent 34 Lamb Supp 150B||150||200||250||200|
|*Free-choice green, leafy alfalfa hay|
A ewe should gain 25-30 pounds during the gestation period with the majority of this coming the last six weeks of gestation. To avoid lambing paralysis, it is important that ewes be fed the ewe ration beginning 4-6 weeks before lambing. Ewes carrying twins need 1-11⁄2 pounds per day while ewes carrying singles need 3⁄4 to 1 pound per day. All ewes need 4-6 pounds of roughage during this period. The ewe ration can be fed from lambing to weaning, but the amount fed should be increased slightly for the first four weeks of lactation.
|Ewe Ration (Flushing, Late Gestation, and Lambing)|
|Kent 34 Lamb Supp 150 B||300 lb|
|Wheat Bran or Oats||750 lb|
|Shelled Corn||900 lb|
|Kent Sheep Mineral should be offered free-choice to ewes year-round in a mineral feeder located in a dry area.|
Caution: The safety of lasalocid in unapproved species has not been established. Feeding undiluted or mixing errors resulting in excessive concentrations of lasalocid could be fatal to sheep. Do not allow horses or other equines access to supplements containing lasalocid as ingestion may be fatal.
|Active Drug Ingredient|
|Crude Protein, min (This includes not more than 5.8% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen. NPN from Ammonium Chloride.)||34.0%|
|Crude Fat, min||1.5%|
|Crude Fiber, max||6.0%|
|Calcium (Ca), min||2.5%|
|Calcium (Ca), max||3.5%|
|Phosphorus (P), min||0.75%|
|Salt (NaCl), min||2.0%|
|Salt (NaCl), max||2.5%|
|Selenium (Se), min||1.75 ppm|
|Vitamin A, min||15,000 IU/lb|
|Vitamin D3, min||1500 IU/lb|
|Vitamin E, min||50 IU/lb|