A feed additive that's added to concentrate rations to increase the calcium content. Calcium ratios should be twice as high as phosphorous to avoid conditions such as urinary calculi.
Also aids in development in healthy bones.
To avoid milk fever, make sure rations have adequate calcium before late gestation.
- Calcium Carbonate, min 95%
- Calcium (Ca), max 40%
- Calcium (Ca), min 38%
Forage based rations typically have a high calcium content and will not need this product.
Consult your local small-ruminant nutritionist to determine what additives and feedstuffs are best for your flock management system.