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RANCHER’S CHOICE 18% ALL STOCK PROTEIN TUB

$79.95

All Species tub with a mineral pack excluding copper.

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All Species tub with a mineral pack excluding copper.

  • Crude Protein: 18.0%
  • Crude Fat: 4.0%
  • Crude Fiber: 1.5%
  • Calcium: 1.9-2.4%
  • Phosphorus: 1.0%
  • No Added Copper

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All Species tub with a mineral pack excluding copper.
50#. Soybean hulls are derived from the processing of soybeans to extract oil and meal, and they possess urease activity, which can pose challenges when included in rations with urea. However, this activity can be eliminated through heat treatment. Once heat-treated, these soybean hulls are known as soybean mill run.A native seed mix designed for Douglas County Colorado.50#. Chopped corn is a highly nutritious and energy-dense feed option for livestock, made by chopping the entire corn plant into small pieces. It provides a balanced blend of carbohydrates, proteins, and fiber, promoting optimal growth, digestion, and overall health in animals.50#. Whole corn is a valuable feed option for livestock, offering a concentrated source of energy and essential nutrients. It is easily digestible and provides animals with the necessary carbohydrates and fats for growth, stamina, and overall health
ContentAll Species tub with a mineral pack excluding copper.
  • Crude Protein: 18.0%
  • Crude Fat: 4.0%
  • Crude Fiber: 1.5%
  • Calcium: 1.9-2.4%
  • Phosphorus: 1.0%
  • No Added Copper
Soybean hulls are derived from the processing of soybeans to extract oil and meal, and they possess urease activity, which can pose challenges when included in rations with urea. However, this activity can be eliminated through heat treatment. Once heat-treated, these soybean hulls are known as soybean mill run. Soybean mill run is a palatable feed option for both cows and calves, offering a substantial amount of easily digestible fiber. Its total digestible nutrient (TDN) value surpasses that of beet pulp and oats, reaching 93 percent of the TDN value found in barley and 88 percent of the TDN value in corn.A native seed mix designed for Douglas County Colorado. Characteristics:
  • This mixture has cool and warm-season grasses, bunch, and sod-forming grasses.
  • Very drought tolerant and adapts to various soil types.
Mix Contains:
  • 1.1# Big Bluestem Warm season bunch/sod forming grass with germination in 14-21 days. It is a tall grass, reaching a height of 6-8 feet on most sites when left un-grazed.
  • 1.0# Indiangrass Warm season bunchgrass with germination in21-28 days. It can grow 3-5 feet tall. Grows best in deep, well drained soils.
  • 0.04# Switchgrass Warm season sod forming grass with germination in 21-28 days. It can grow 3-5 feet tall. Tolerant to poor soils, flooding, and drought.
  • 0.90# Sideoats Grama Warm season bunch/sod with germination in 14-21 days. A medium sized perennial 15-30 inches tall and it is adapted to most soil conditions.
  • 1.6# Western Wheatgrass Cool season sod forming grass with germination in 14-21 days. Grows 12-36 inches tall and adapts to most disturbed soils.
  • 0.30# Blue Grama Warm season bunch/sod grass with germination in 7-10 days. Will grow 10-20 inches. Has good drought and fair salinity tolerances.
  • 1.0# Thickspike Wheatgrass Cool season sod forming grass with germination in 21-28 days. Grows 12-36 inches and has extensive rhizomatous root system.
  • 0.70# Prairie Sandreed Warm season sod forming with germination in 21-28 days. Grows 24-72 inches tall. Prefers sandy sites, drought tolerant and winter hardy.
  • 1.0# Green Needlegrass Cool season bunchgrass with germination in 21-28 days. Grows 18-36 inches tall and prefers medium to fine textured soils.
  • 0.60# Slender Wheatgrass Cool season bunchgrass with germination in 21-28 days. Grows from 24-30 inches tall and has very short rhizomes.
  • 0.60# Streambank Wheatgrass Cool season sod forming grass with germination in 21-28 days. Will grow 12-36 tall, drought tolerant and commonly used for reclamation.
Chopped corn, also known as corn silage or chopped corn forage, is a valuable feed option for livestock. It is made by harvesting and chopping the entire corn plant, including the stalks, leaves, and ears, into small pieces. Here's a description highlighting the benefits of chopped corn for livestock:
  1. Nutrient-Rich Feed: Chopped corn contains a balanced blend of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and fiber, providing a comprehensive source of nutrition for livestock. The combination of different plant parts offers a diverse array of nutrients that support optimal growth, development, and overall health in animals.
  2. Energy-Dense Feed: Corn is known for its high energy content, making chopped corn an excellent source of readily available energy for livestock. The carbohydrates present in corn are easily digested and converted into energy, which is particularly beneficial for animals with high energy requirements, such as dairy cows, beef cattle, and horses engaged in intense physical activity.
  3. Palatability and Feed Intake: Chopped corn has a naturally sweet and palatable taste, making it highly appetizing to livestock. The pleasant flavor encourages animals to consume their feed eagerly, ensuring they meet their nutritional needs. This can be especially advantageous for picky eaters or animals transitioning to a new diet.
  4. Fiber Content: The inclusion of stalks and leaves in chopped corn provides a significant amount of dietary fiber. Fiber promotes healthy digestion in livestock, supporting proper gut motility and preventing digestive disorders. It also aids in maintaining optimal rumen function in ruminant animals, contributing to efficient nutrient utilization.
  5. Versatility: Chopped corn can be used as a primary feed, partial feed, or supplemental feed, depending on the specific nutritional requirements and feeding strategies for livestock. It can be incorporated into total mixed rations, silage, or fed alone, offering flexibility in meeting the dietary needs of different animal species, stages of growth, and production purposes.
  6. Conservation and Sustainability: Chopped corn, when properly stored and fermented, can be preserved as silage, extending its shelf life and maintaining nutritional quality. This contributes to efficient use of feed resources and reduces waste. Additionally, utilizing the entire corn plant for feed promotes sustainable farming practices by minimizing waste and maximizing resource utilization.
Whole corn is a staple feed for livestock, providing a rich source of energy, nutrients, and calories. The kernels are packed with carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, making it an ideal choice for promoting weight gain, enhancing stamina, and supporting overall health in livestock animals. It can be included in the diet of various livestock species, such as cattle, pigs, and poultry, helping meet their nutritional requirements and contributing to their optimal growth and performance. Whole corn offers several benefits:
  1. Energy Source: Whole corn is a highly energy-dense feed, rich in carbohydrates and fats. It provides a concentrated source of readily available energy for livestock, supporting their metabolic needs, physical activities, and overall performance.
  2. Nutritional Balance: Corn kernels contain essential nutrients such as proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals. Including whole corn in the diet helps ensure a well-rounded nutritional profile for livestock, supporting growth, reproduction, and overall health.
  3. Weight Gain: The high-calorie content of whole corn makes it an excellent feed option for promoting weight gain in livestock, particularly animals that require additional conditioning, such as beef cattle, swine, and poultry raised for meat production.
  4. Palatability: Livestock generally find whole corn to be highly palatable, which encourages consistent feed intake. Its appealing taste and texture make it an appetizing feed choice, ensuring animals consume their required daily nutrients.
  5. Cost-Effective: Whole corn is often more cost-effective compared to other feed options. Its availability and affordability make it an attractive choice for livestock owners, especially for large-scale operations.
  6. Flexibility: Whole corn can be incorporated into different feeding strategies. It can be fed alone or used as part of a balanced ration, mixed with other feed ingredients, such as grains, protein sources, and forages, to create a customized feed blend that meets specific nutritional requirements.
  7. Storage Stability: Whole corn has good storage stability, especially when kept in dry conditions. This makes it easier to store in bulk for extended periods, allowing for consistent feed availability throughout the year.
Enhance your guinea pig's meals with this healthy blend of grains, fruits and vegetables. Contains Plant Proteins, Grain Products, Vitamin A, E, and B-12 Supplements, Whole Wheat, Barley, Sunflower Seeds, Carrots, Banana Chips, Peanuts and more.
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