Maximum Potential

For dairy calves.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein not less than 26.0 %
Crude Fat not more than 20.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 0.15 %
Calcium not less than 0.75 %
Calcium not more than 1.25 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.70 %
Vitamin A not less than 17,500 IU/lb
Vitamin D3 not less than 3,750 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 75 IU/lb

Feeding Instructions

It is important in any calf-raising program that the calf receives colostrums for the first 3 days. 

Feed 2 quarts of high quality colostrum within 30 minutes after birth, followed by another 2 quarts at 6 and 12 hours of age. Feed first milk colostrum during the first 24 hrs of life. For days 2-3 feed transitional colostrum, then on day 4 feed milk replacer.

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

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