Graze & Grow 3% Urea

MegaMin Graze & Grow 3% Urea


Balanced Protein Supplement with 3% Urea, Protected Protein Meal, Macro Mineral, Vitamins, Trace Minerals and Rumensin®


With the combination of protected protein meal, 3% urea, vitamins, broad spectrum minerals and Rumensin®, MegaMin Graze & Grow 3% Urea is particularly beneficial for sheep grazing dry pasture during winter and drought conditions and is also beneficial as a year-round production supplement for young stock.


The combination of broad spectrum macro and trace minerals, urea and naturally protected protein meal stimulates rumen microbial activity for extended periods, helping stock to make the most of standing dry feed.  MegaMin Graze & Grow 3% Urea is formulated to assist sheep and young stock in maintaining body weight in dry conditions as well helping to correct any vitamin and mineral deficiencies.


  • 20kg Bag
  • 1t Bulk Bag

Feeding Guide

Feeding rate – 25-50g per 100kg body weight.







This provides a guide for recommended daily consumption. Pasture quality and livestock size/condition will influence intake.


Due to the highly palatable nature of the protein meals contained in this product, it may not be self-regulating. Intake may exceed these levels if livestock are given free access to the product. Additional salt may be added if required to slow intake or satisfy salt cravings. If it is difficult to consistently maintain consumption within the typical intake levels contact AgSolutions Australia (eg. stop feeding and seek advice if intake is double the target range).


Keep the product dry at all times.  Feed in open/well-drained troughs, preferably covered to prevent pooling of water.

Why broad spectrum Minerals are essential

Macro minerals and trace minerals are needed year round by livestock for optimum production, health and fertility.   Read more >


Tips to Regulate Intake

  • Feed salt to identify and satisfy any salt cravings prior to supplementing. An additional 1-5kg of salt per 20kg bag of Graze & Grow may be added to any of these blends to slow intake.
  • Good results have been obtained by feeding out the required daily intake twice a week. For instance, 250g/head/day would equal 750g/head for a 3 day period.


Supplement early to avoid loss of condition

The onset of dry conditions can creep up.  By monitoring manure (when it starts to ‘stack up’), a drop in feed quality can easily be identified, allowing the early introduction of supplements to increase intake of dry feed and to avoid loss of condition and fertility.

When manure starts to ‘stack up’, protein supplementation is required to assist rumen function. Flat-formed pats indicate that protein supplements are working or that there is adequate protein in the pasture.


Feeding Rumen Microbes

Rumen microbes require protein (Nitrogen) to build up their numbers and Urea (non-protein Nitrogen) is often the only source of Nitrogen provided in dry feed supplements. Because rumen microbes rapidly break down the majority of this form of Nitrogen to ammonia within one hour after consumption, optimum rumen function is only maintained for a short period, reducing the digestion of dry fodder. Read more>