Mineral Blend

MegaMin Mineral Blend

Macro Minerals and Trace Minerals for Optimum Production, Health and Fertility


MegaMin Mineral Blend provides the benefits of a broad spectrum macro and trace mineral supplement that is safe for all livestock. Minerals are essential for growth, health and fertility and because dry feed and even green fodder is often lacking in minerals, clinical or sub-clinical mineral deficiencies can restrict livestock performance. Providing adequate minerals year round can provide real improvement in stock performance and profitability.


MegaMin Mineral Blend may be used as a loose supplement or feed additive and is particularly beneficial for breeders, weaners, maiden heifers and ewes. Protein sources, molasses or grains may be added to MegaMin to combine the benefits of minerals and protein to suit your feeding program. MegaMin Mineral Blend is also available as a Lick Block.

Why broad spectrum Minerals are essential

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. Read more>

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  • 20kg Bag
  • 1t Bulk Bag

Feeding Guide

Feeding rate – 10-20g per 100kg body weight.









Consumption rates may vary depending on weather, pasture and livestock conditions. During peak demand use the higher level of the feeding guide. It is preferable to keep this product dry when feeding to maintain palatability. Withholding period: NIL

Grain/Feed Mix Additive

Mixing guide: 20kg/tonne of total ration. Suitable as a buffer and/or mineral and trace element source when mixed in a balanced grain ration or feed mix.

What farmers have experienced…

MegaMin helped with foot abscess and pinkeye

“We rarely see a pinkeye or foot abscess now and ringworm is a thing of the past. I put these improvements down to the nutrition and the health of our livestock” – Lock Rogers, Wongwibinda NSW