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This high protein block is designed to encourage sheep and cattle to consume available dry feed including cereal stubble by increasing rumen function. This will assist with fibre digestion during dry periods. Stubble Assist blocks are high in protein (34.31%) and contain carefully balanced macro and micro minerals and vitamins which increase rumen function, encouraging sheep and cattle to consume available dry feed.

NUTRITIONAL ANALYSIS per Kg (as fed basis)
Total crude protein 34.31%

Urea 10%
Calcium 4.09%
Phosphorus 0.13%
Sulphur 2.43%
Magnesium 0.14%
Molasses 6%
Salt NaCl 50%
Micro Minerals: zinc (Zn), manganese (Mn), copper (Cu), iodine (I), cobalt (Co) and selenium (Se).
Vitamins: Vit A, Vit D, Vit E and Biotin.

Sheep – 5-10 grams per head per day – feed 3 x blocks per 100 head over 21 days
Cattle – 90-100 grams per head per day – feed 4 x blocks per 100 head over 7 days
FEEDING DIRECTIONS: Ensure that cattle or sheep are not starving when introduced to this product. Allow continuous access once feeding has commenced. Provide clean, fresh water at all times. Consumption can double when fed during extreme dry conditions or in highly phosphorus deficient areas. Sufficient fibre MUST always be available.
DO NOT FEED TO HORSES AND OTHER MONOGASTRICS. THIS PRODUCT MAY BE FATAL. Keep out of reach of children. For animal treatment only. With holding Period: Meat = Nil, Milk = Nil. Store below 30°C (Room Temp), in a dry place. Best used within 2 years.

Warning: THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS UREA – UREA CAN BE TOXIC TO LIVESTOCK & OTHER ANIMALS *Products containing urea and other non-protein-nitrogen can be toxic to livestock causing illness and or death. Do not feed to starving, hungry or emaciated cattle and ensure that adequate fibre is always available. Livestock management and environmental conditions vary between locations and consideration of these dangers must be managed correctly. Urea supplementation should commence before animals lose weight, but effective urea supplementation can reduce rate of weight loss and promote feed efficiency, promoting animal weight gain. Effective supplementation can increase pasture or dry matter intake and supplementation should begin with lower inclusion rates of urea. *The success of this product/supplement is dependent on other production and nutritional factors being managed correctly. Most important is the supply of energy and protein through quality feed as well as good animal husbandry.