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Manufactured By

Made In Texas

Since 1930

Family Owned

4th Generation

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1028 – Heavy Duty Horse & Cattle

1028 – Heavy Duty Horse and Cattle

A high energy sweet feed containing shredded beet pulp formulated for speed and endurance in performance
horses while minimizing the occurrence of digestive upset.

 

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Description

FEATURES

  • High energy – 1642 Kcal/lb
  • 10% protein
  • Mixture of quality corn, oats and molasses

BENEFITS

  • Diverse – formulated for horses and cattle
  • Molasses improves palatability and eliminates dust
  • Economical – only one feed is needed for both horses and cattle

Whole oats, chopped yellow corn, cane molasses, soybean meal, calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, salt.

Feeding Cattle
Feed Lone Star Heavy Duty Horse & Cattle Feed at the rate of 1 to 2 lbs. of feed per 100 pounds of body weight per animal per day with adequate good quality hay or grazing.

Calves Being Fitted For Show or Slaughter
1st Day – Feed one pound of Lone Star Heavy Duty and Lone Star Calf Developer per calf per day plus free choice good quality hay.

2nd Day – Increase the mixture of Lone Star Heavy Duty and Lone Star Calf Developer to two pounds per calf per day and continue to feed free choice good quality hay.

3rd Day – Feed three pounds of each feed mixed together per calf per day. Continue to feed free choice good quality hay.

4th Day – Feed four pounds of each feed mixed together per calf per day. Continue to feed free choice good quality hay.

5th – 10th Day – Restrict hay to four pounds per head per day. Continue to feed four pounds of each feed mixed together per day.

After 10 Days – Mix equal parts of Lone Star Heavy Duty and Lone Star Calf Developer. Feed each calf as much of the mixture as it will clean up in 30 minutes mornings and evenings. Restrict hay to four pounds per head per day.

Feeding Horses
Light Work – Feed 1/2 pound of Lone Star Heavy Duty Horse and Cattle Feed and a minimum of one pound of good quality hay per 100 pounds of body weight per horse per day.

Medium Work – Feed 3/4 pound of Lone Star Heavy Duty Horse and Cattle Feed and a minimum of one pound of good quality hay per 100 pounds of body weight per horse per day.

Heavy Work – Feed one pound of Lone Star Heavy Duty Horse and Cattle Feed and a minimum of one pound of good quality hay per 100 pounds of body weight per horse per day.

Crude Protein, minimum 10.00 %
Crude Fat, minimum 3.00 %
Crude Fiber, maximum 7.50 %
Calcium (Ca), minimum 0.50 %
Calcium (Ca), maximum 1.00 %
Phosphorus (P), minimum 0.40 %
Salt (NaCl), minimum 0.25 %
Salt (NaCl), maximum 0.75 %
Potassium (K), minimum 0.40 %
Copper (Cu), minimum 10 ppm
Selenium (Se), minimum 0.10 ppm
Zinc (Zn), minimum 20 ppm
DIG 1642.20 Kcal/lb
TDN 80.29 %
PROTEIN 10.03 %
LYSINE 0.37 %
FAT 3.57 %
FIBER 6.49 %
NDF 12.21 %
ADF 5.04 %
ASH 3.21 %
CALCIUM 0.85 %
PHOSPHORUS 0.42 %
MAGNESIUM 0.20 %
POTASSIUM 0.81 %
SODIUM 0.40 %
SULFUR 0.19 %
COPPER 5.45 mg/lb
IODINE 0.11 mg/lb
IRON 30.89 mg/lb
MANGANESE 9.72 mg/lb
SELENIUM 0.06 mg/lb
ZINC 10.25 mg/lb
COBALT 0.13 mg/lb
CAROTENE 1.78 mg/lb
VITAMIN A 0.72 KIU/lb
VITAMIN D 0.00 KIU/lb
VITAMIN E 9.57 IU/lb
BIOTIN 0.09 mg/lb
CHOLINE 376.69 mg/lb
FOLATE 0.18 mg/lb
NIACIN 18.78 mg/lb
PANTOTHENIC ACID 5.19 mg/lb
RIBOFLAVIN 0.75 mg/lb
THIAMINE 1.88 mg/lb
PYRIDOXINE 2.91 mg/lb
VITAMIN B12 0.00 mcg/lb
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