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Multifeed + Zinc Nuts

A convenient supplement to help control facial eczema in cattle and sheep

A balanced, versatile feed suitable for beef cattle and sheep.

NRM Multifeed + Zinc Nuts provide improved condition and productivity in ruminant livestock where nutrient demands are high, e.g. pregnancy, lactation, wool growth and liveweight gain. This versatile product will also assist in sustaining stock during periods of critical feed stress.

Key Benefits and Features

  • Enriched with a registered zinc oxide to help control facial eczema.
  • Provides a source of energy to support improved liveweight gain.
  • Can be used to improve the condition of stock prior to sale or show.
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Feeding recommendation

NRM Multifeed + Zinc Nuts are not formulated as a complete feed. Ensure that pasture or silage is always available. Always introduce new feeds gradually.

Feeding rates

LIVEWEIGHTFEEDING RATE (PER ANIMAL PER DAY)
60kg120kg
80kg160g
100kg200g
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Feed 200g of NRM Multifeed + Zinc per 100kg of liveweight to provide 2g of elemental zinc per 100kg of liveweight as an aid in the prevention of facial eczema in cattle and sheep. Ensure access to fresh, clean water at all times.

Ingredients selected from

Grain and grain by-products, plant proteins, molasses, buffer, minerals, vegetable oils, mould inhibitor, zinc oxide, vitamins and trace minerals.

NRM Multifeed + Zinc Nuts are formulated PKE free.

Storage

Please ensure product is stored in a cool, dry and vermin free environment.

Caution: Do not feed to any animal species other than those stipulated on the label.

Typical analysis (approximate on an as-fed basis)

Crude Protein11%
Moisture12%

Multifeed + Zinc Nuts

FOR ANIMAL TREATMENT ONLY

Contains 12.5kg/tonne Zinc Oxide TS-99 (ACVM Registration number A10933) to provide 10g elemental zinc per kg of feed. For further details visit www.foodsafety.govt.nz for registration details.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Recommended dose rates should be followed closely. For best protection, start start Zinc oxide TS-99 administration in feed at least 2 weeks before facial eczema conditions normally occur. Continue until cooler weather conditions. Where sproe counts are already high, drenching with Zinc, at crisis dose rates is recommended. Please consult your local veterinary practitioner or animal health advisor for further advice.

INDICATIONS: An aid in the prevention of facial eczema in cattle and sheep.

CONTRAINDICATIONS: Zinc may be toxic to animals at higher than recommended levels.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD: Meat and Milk: Nil