Bull ChallengerĀ®

Designed to be fed to growing bulls or animals that are being developed in the feedlot. It is an ideal ration for bulls on a 140-day gain test.

Usage: Combines roughage, grain and supplement in a total ration

Feeding Rate: Dividing the daily ration into two equal feedings. New cattle should be fed according to a Payback Nutrition starting Program.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein not less than 14.0 %

(This includes not more than 1.5% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)

Crude Fat not less than 1.5 %
Crude Fiber not more than 16.0 %
Calcium not less than 0.80 %
Calcium not more than 1.30 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.35 %
Salt not less than 0.5 %
Salt not more than 1.0 %
Potassium not less than 0.9 %
Selenium not less than 0.3 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 400 IU/lb


Feeding Instructions

Bull Challenger is especially designed to be fed to growing bulls or cattle that are being developed in the feedlot. 

It combines roughage, grain and supplement in a total ration. When new cattle are placed in the feedlot they should be fed according to a CHS nutrition starting program. After this period, gradually switch the animals to Bull Challenger at a rate of 1 to 2 percent of bodyweight depending on desired performance. Dividing the daily ration into two equal feeding is suggested. Keep fresh feed available to the animals at all times.

It is strongly recommended that this product be bunk fed. Adapting cattle to self-feeders requires additional management to reduce risk of bloat and other digestive disturbances. Because of this, self-feeding is a producer risk. Although Bull Challenger is intended as a complete feed, the feeder may want to include approximately 10% good quality long roughage in the ration in an effort to minimize management problems.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.