For breeding sheep.
|Crude Protein||not less than||38.0||%|
|Crude Fat||not less than||0.5||%|
|Crude Fiber||not more than||8.0||%|
|Calcium||not less than||2.0||%|
|Calcium||not more than||2.5||%|
|Phosphorus||not less than||1.0||%|
|Salt||not less than||3.5||%|
|Salt||not more than||4.0||%|
|Selenium||not less than||3.0||ppm|
|Vitamin A||not less than||48,000||IU/lb|
|Vitamin D||not less than||4,800||IU/lb|
|Vitamin E||not less than||120||IU/lb|
Ewe Conditioner 38 is designed to be fed to ewes and rams kept for breeding.
Depending on forage quality and stage of production, Ewe Conditioner 38 can be mixed with grain or fed as the sole supplement to forage. Adequate forage should be available at all times.
Flush ewes 2-3 weeks prior to the breeding season. This is done by feeding 0.25 pounds of Ewe Conditioner 38 per head daily. Feed 0.25 to 0.5 pounds of grain per head daily depending on the condition of the animals and/or the quality of pasture available.
During the first 15 weeks of the gestation period, feed 0.20 to 0.33 pounds of Ewe Conditioner 38 per head daily. Offer good quality forage free choice. If hay or pasture is of only fair to poor quality, and ewes are not being maintained in good condition, feed 0.25 to 0.5 pounds of grain per head daily.
During the last 6 weeks of gestation, feed 0.25 to 0.5 pounds of Ewe Conditioner 38 and 1.0 to 2.0 pounds of grain per head daily. Continue feeding until lambs are weaned or until ewes are on good pasture.
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