Balanced Protein Mineral Supplement with 6% Phosphorus, Urea, Protected Protein Meal, Vitamins and RumensinTM
MegaMin Graze & Grow 6% Phos is a medicated supplement that provides broad spectrum macro and trace minerals, plus protected protein meal, vitamins, urea and RumensinTM. MegaMin Graze & Grow 6% Phos supplies a high level of phosphorus which is essential for energy metabolism, appetite, efficiency of feed utilisation, bone growth, lactation, and fertility, and is ideal for cattle grazing phosphorus- deficient dry pasture during winter and drought conditions.
Provides 6% phosphorus, 6% urea and protected protein meal for extended grazing.
Stimulates appetite to help optimise dry feed intake.
Contains RumensinTM for improved weight gain and feed conversion efficiency.
Supplies essential broad spectrum macro and trace minerals, plus key vitamins.
Ideal for stock grazing phosphorus-deficient country.
Phosphorus can assist growth, milk production and fertility.
Phosphorus is vital for energy production (dry and green feed).
Available without RumensinTM upon request.
When to feed
Assisting fertility and production of young cattle
Winter/dry feed, drought conditions or phosphorus- deficient country
Supplementation Feeding Guide
Recommended daily intake is 30-60g/100kg body weight/day
Feed Rate (g/day)
WARNING: This product is for cattle only. Equines must not be allowed access to feeds containing RumensinTM or urea as ingestion may be fatal. This product contains urea which may be harmful or even fatal if excessive amounts are consumed too quickly. Do not feed to starving, thirsty or salt-deficient livestock. Keep the product dry and feed in open/well-drained troughs, preferably covered.
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.
WARNING: This product is for cattle only. Dogs, horses, and other equines must not be allowed access to feeds containing RumensinTM as ingestion may be fatal. This product contains urea which may be harmful or even fatal if excessive amounts are consumed too quickly. Do not feed to starving, thirsty, or salt-deficient livestock.
“Historically cattle in this country would chew bones so Phosphorus was important as well as minerals and protein for the winter. We’re very happy with the product. Seasons vary, as do our stock’s requirements and intake, however, our fertility was exceptional and all bone chewing stopped.
With our high value Wagyu, we only need a few extra pregnancies to justify the use of this supplement and we’ve achieved exceptional fertility this year when we used Graze & Grow.”
– James Danells, Milmerran QLD
“Historically we have always struggled to achieve a PTIC of 70% in the heifers so AgSolutions suggested that we use the Graze & Grow 6% Phos and this season they have achieved an 82% pregnancy rate with 75 heifers PTIC out of a group of 92.
At our home block, we have the maiden and first calf heifers on the creek with access to sorghum grain stubble and MegaMin Graze & Grow 6% Phos and we have noticed that they are in great condition and are actively grazing the dry stubble instead of chasing the very small green pick around the creek.”
– Michael Gall, Jandowae 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.
Minerals And Trace Elements Essential For Animal Health
Macro minerals and trace minerals are needed year round by livestock for optimum production, health and fertility. Providing livestock with adequate minerals can assist to stimulate metabolism and feed efficiency to increase daily weight gain and body condition scores for stock grazing both native and improved pastures.