Southern States Traditions Beef Mineral w/(Altosid) supplies minerals and vitamins to meet NRC requirements for your cattle and provides horn fly control through the addition of Altosid.
- Contains Altosid.
- 10% magnesium content.
- EPA free choice approved product.
- Feed Additive options.
Available in 50-lb bag.
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Feed this product to cattle only. When used as directed, SOUTHERN STATES TRADITIONS FLY STOP HI-MAG MINERAL W/ALTOSID® will provide sufficient S-methoprene insect growth regulator to prevent the emergence of adult horn flies from manure of treated cattle. Existing adult horn flies will not be affected. Start feeding before horn flies appear and continue use until cold weather marks the end of the horn fly season. Allow free choice to cattle. Cattle should consume an average of 0.4 ounces of this product per 100 lbs. of cattle body weight per day, which is equivalent to 4 ounces per day for a 1,000 pound cow.
1. Assure cattle are not starved for nutrients in this product by providing them prior to feeding this product.
2. This product contains added copper. Do not feed to cattle in close proximity to sheep or other species that have a low tolerance to supplemental copper.
3. Offer cattle 50 pounds of this product for every 15 head of cattle.
4. Remove all other self limiting nutritional supplements while the cattle are consuming this product.
5. Locate this product where cattle congregate (watering, loafing, shade areas).
6. Replenish this product on a regular basis as needed.
7. If intake of this product is below 0.4 ounces per 100 lbs. cattle body weight per day, increase the number of feeding locations and/or change location(s) to areas more frequented by cattle.
8. If intake of this product is above 0.4 ounces per 100 lbs. cattle body weight per day, reduce the number of feeding locations and/or change location(s) to areas less frequented by cattle.
9. Introduction of this product after adult horn fly infestation is established will require treatment of cattle with adulticides if elimination of the adult fly population is desired.