Vita Charge® Stress Tub
“When we wean, and we go right to Vita Charge Drench, I’ll go 45 days without any issues, usually. Those calves seem to come out of the drench, hit the stress tubs, and go straight to the bunk. I’ve had no issues the last three years that we’ve used the products.”
-Kevin Evans, Thaler Land and Livestock
A cooked tub for beef cattle that supports digestive health and promotes feed and water intake during times of stress and recovery. Now includes a heat tolerant probiotic to work synergistically with Amaferm® to replenish and stimulate gut bacteria. Conveniently allows beef cattle to get their daily dose of Vita Charge® without additional handling.
UNIQUE FEATURESProvides an extremely convenient way to protect animals during stress. Formulated to help animals recover quickly. Does not interfere with antibiotics.
VALUABLE NUTRIENT COMPONENTSContains Amaferm®, heat tolerant probiotic and MOS to support the ability to recover from the effects of stress. Amaferm to combat stress resulting in increased intake and nutrient digestion. Heat tolerant probiotic to work synergistically with Amaferm to replenish and stimulate gut bacteria. MOS to trap bad bacteria limiting their ability to do harm. Includes organic Zinc, the antioxidant Vitamin E and B vitamins.
THE AMAFERM® ADVANTAGEAmaferm® is a precision prebiotic designed to enhance digestibility by amplifying nutrient supply for maximum performance. It is research-proven to combat stress by supporting the animal's own immune system, significantly increasing intake and nutrient utilization.
FEEDING DIRECTIONSFeed to beef cattle using the following guidelines: 1. Feed at the rate of 0.25-0.5 lb. per head, per day. 2. Provide one 50 lb. tub for every 5-15 head. 3. Provide plenty of good quality forage at all times. 4. Free-choice salt should be provided. 5. Provide a fresh, clean water supply at all times. 6. Consumption can vary with weather and feed conditions. 7. If over-consumed, move block farther from water or loafing area. The above feeding directions are guidelines. Use good management practices adapted to varying conditions.
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