Nutrition Plus offers several cow/calf product options to help your cattle meet their dietary needs. Making sure your cattle are meeting their nutritional requirements during breeding and calving season is vital as cows are going through critical body composition changes due to calf development, lactation, and preparing to return to estrus. Often, they do all of this while feeding on harvested forages of varying quality. This is why mineral nutrition is important as the added energy provided by supplements given before and during calving can help strengthen both newborns and mother cows.

Nutrition Plus cow/calf products are mineral-vitamin mixes designed to aid in balancing a cow’s diet when grazing pastures that are deficient in meeting cattle requirements for optimum performance. Our Cow/Calf Plus line products contain elevated levels of the major minerals phosphorus and magnesium, and elevated levels of trace minerals-copper, manganese, zinc, iodine and vitamin E for situations where additional fortification is required.

Many years of field testing, forage analysis and trials have gone into developing a good, balanced mineral that is consumed adequately and will improve cattle condition, health and performance, resulting in improving your bottom line.


Nutrition Plus offers a host of products for cow/calf operations:

Product Options

Chlortetracycline– For the control of bacterial pneumonia associated with shipping fever complex susceptible to Chlortetracycline. For control of active infection of anaplasmosis caused by Anaplasma marginale susceptible to chlortetracycline in beef cattle –

CAUTION: Federal law restricts medicated feed containing this veterinary feed directive (VFD) drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.

Magnesium – To be fed on lush pastures to aid in the prevention of grass Tetany

IGR – Insect Growth Regulator that contains Altosid to prevent the development of horn flies

Bio-M 2 Aids in nutrient utilization, promotes gut integrity and builds defenses.


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