Bulk Cattle Cubes


A specially formulated all grain pellet for cattle including superior vitamin and mineral premix.


  • The best performance pellet on the market that will minimise cost and feeding. Our pellets keep their natural flavours.

  • Fortified with a vitamin and mineral premix.

  • We source the best natural ingredients from farmers in Western Australia

  • We believe the best way for your cow to receive the vital nutrients and energy it needs is through a natural product. Minimal processing ensures our ingredients keep their natural goodness.

Nutritional Analysis : Guaranteed Minimums

  • Crude Protein (%)13.0
  • M.E. (MJ/Kg)10.7
  • Fibre (%)19.2
  • Digestibility (%) 80.0

Feeding Guide

This feed stuff is medicated with: Bovatec 20CC Premix. (Active Ingredient LASALOCID SODIUM) Inclusion Rate 200g per Tonne of Feed (as fed). For improved live weight gains and feed conversion efficiency in sheep, growing and feed lot cattle. WITHHOLDING PERIOD: Cattle: Meat: Zero (0) days Milk: Zero (0) days Sheep: Meat: Zero (0) days Milk: Do not use in lactating ewes where milk or milk products may be used of human consumption. This product does not have an Export Slaughter Interval (ESI) Contradictions: This product may be fatal if fed to dogs, horses or other equids

Typical Ingredients

May contain one or more of the following due to seasonal variations: Barley, Lupins, Oats, Oat Hulls, Cereal By-Products, Lime, Salt, Vitamin & Mineral Premix.


Store in dry, cool and clean place. When stored under correct conditions best before 12 months from packing date.

Feeding Guide

Feed as part of a balanced diet. These pellets have a very high grain content so must not be fed to hungry stock. Please introduce over a 3-5 day period using hay or another source of fibre as a supplement. Recommended daily intake of 2-2.5% of body weight. Ensure clean fresh water is available at all times.

This product does not contain restricted animal material.


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