High Sulphur and Phosphorus Mineral Block to Assist Parasite Control, Herd Health and Productivity

MegaMin SulPhos Block provides natural broad spectrum macro and trace minerals, plus additional sulphur and phosphorus. Sulphur is associated with supporting external parasite control, assisting rumen health, and is a key nutrient for wool growth. Phosphorus is beneficial for stock grazing phosphorus-deficient country and essential for energy metabolism, appetite, efficiency of feed utilisation, bone growth, and fertility.

Ideal for stock grazing forage sorghum, lush green feed, mulga or sulphur/phosphorus-deficient country.

Contains a high level of sulphur to help detoxify prussic acid.

Sulphur can assist external parasite control, such as buffalo fly, lice and cattle ticks.

Supplies key nutrients to support increased meat/wool and milk production.

Phosphorus can assist growth, milk production and fertility.

Phosphorus is vital for energy production (dry and green feed).

A more weather resistant alternative to MegaMin SulPhos loose supplement.

When to feed

Year-round supplementation for cattle, sheep/goats

Assisting external parasite control

Stock grazing forage sorghum, lush green feed or mulga

Green/wet season or sulphur/phosphorus-deficient country

Feeding Guide

Recommended daily intake is 10-20g/100kg body weight/day

Feed Rate (g/day)Head Per Block (20kg)

Consumption Management

Commence feeding 2-3 weeks prior to grazing forage sorghum.

Livestock may be prone to consume greater levels of product at the beginning of a supplementation program, usually due to cravings for a particular mineral or protein that the mix provides. Download the guide to evaluate consumption rates and tips to manage consumption levels.

Available In

20kg Block

Customer Testimonials

“We find the MegaMin Loose Supplement is easy to use because it is safe if it gets wet and it works well for our rotational grazing management. Since wool is our major income, Extra Sulphur provides the benefits for wool production and sulphur also aids in parasite control.”

– Kim Barnet, Walcha NSW

“Our aim is to keep the minerals out 24/7 and by doing this we know we are not restricting weight gains. With good mineral nutrition our cattle look better. We wouldn’t use it if it wasn’t working.”

– Russel Purvis, Capella Central QLD

Feed Testing and Ration Formulation Service

Our nutrition team can review your current grain rations for early weaning, backgrounding, feedlots, bulls, dairy, sheep and lambs; and can further test the nutrient and protein content of raw ingredients, such as grains, hay and silage, making it possible to adjust intake throughout the year to accommodate price changes or feed ingredient availability.

Supplementation Feeding Guide

  • Evaluating consumption rates
  • Tips for consumption management
  • Recommended daily intake for MegaMin blends