A dehydrated molasses block designed to set cows up for a healthy lactation by replenishing nutrient levels and balancing pasture mineral deficiencies. In particular it helps maintain optimum blood magnesium levels which helps reduce the risk of milk fever.
Calver Max should be provided to cows 60 days before calving until the end of the colostrum period. This is when magnesium requirements are at their highest but feed levels of this nutrient are at their lowest. It can also be used with dry stock when pasture, dry matter feed, or silage quality is low.
Calver Max is easy to use, just place the tubs in your paddocks and stock will help themselves. We recommend that you place tubs in areas where you want stock to graze, and avoid placing them near water troughs. Calver Max should be introduced 2 months prior to calving and fed through to the end of the colostrum period.
Place tubs in paddocks at a ratio of:
Typical intakes (per animal):
Available Nationwide and can be ordered by contacting your local technical sales representative, SealesWinslow customer service team, or your local merchant store.
|Oils and fats (%)||3|
|Sugar (as sucrose) (%)||32|
|ME (MJ/kg DM)||9.5|
|Vitamin A (iu/kg)||150,000|
|Vitamin D₃ (iu/kg)||30,000|
|Vitamin E (iu/kg)||1,000|
|Calcium iodate anhydrous (mg/kg)||50|
|Coated granulated cobalt (II) carbonate (mg/kg)||30|
|Copper (cupric sulphate pentahydrate) (mg/kg)||1,500|
|Zinc sulphate monohydrate (mg/kg)||2,000|
|Selenium (sodium selenite) (mg/kg)||20|
Calver Max (ingredients selected from)
|(Sugar) cane molasses|
|Copper (cupric sulphate pentahydrate)|