See the table below for a range of Early, Mid and Late Dry general purpose dry lick where cattle tolerate, or in fact crave salt.

Features include:

  • A range of urea levels and a full compliment of vitamins and minerals including vitamins A, D & E as standard,
  • There is a range of phosphorus levels available to suit,
  • Custom mixing is available at no extra charge.

Feeding instructions are listed below the table.

 
Salt 
Urea
Crude Protein
Equivalent Crude Protein
 Total Protein
Phosphorus
 Calcium
Sulphur
 Trace Minerals & Vitamins
Early Dry 35 
35.0%
16.0%
7.2%
52.3%
59.5%
1.8%
3.7%
1.9%
2kg/tonne
Early Dry 40
40.0% 
16.0%
6.1%
52.3%
58.4%
1.8% 
3.7%
1.9% 
2kg/tonne
Early Dry 45
45.0%
16.0%
4.9%
52.3%
57.2%
1.8%
3.7%
1.9%
2kg/tonne
Early Dry+P
30.0%
16.0%
4.9% 
52.3%
57.3%
3.7% 
8.3%
1.9% 
2kg/tonne
Mid Dry 30
30.0%
20.0%
6.8%
63.8%
70.6%
1.8%
5.1%
2.1%
2kg/tonne
Mid Dry 35
35.0%
20.0%
5.6%
63.8%
69.4%
 1.8%
5.1% 
2.1% 
2kg/tonne
Mid Dry 40
40.0%
20.0%
4.4%
63.8%
68.2%
1.8%
5.1%
2.1%
2kg/tonne
Mid Dry+P 
30.0%
20.0%
4.2%
62.6%
66.8%
3.7%
8.3%
2.1%
2kg/tonne
Late Dry 25
25.0%
26.0%
6.5%
78.5%
85.0% 
1.8%
6.1%
1.9%
2kg/tonne
Late Dry 31
31.0%
26.0%
5.1%
78.5%
83.6%
1.8%
6.1% 
1.9%
2kg/tonne
Late Dry 35
35.0%
26.0%
4.1%
78.5%
82.7%
1.8%
6.1%
1.9%
2kg/tonne
Late Dry+P
30.0%
26.0%
3.4%
78.5%
79.1%
3.7%
7.9%
1.9% 
2kg/tonne

Directions for Use:   Allow free access to stock.

Feeding Rates:        150-250 grams/head/day

Notes on feeding:    Locate lick away from watering points to avoid over-consumption and to encourage stock to graze out

Urea:                     Where indicated these mixes contain urea and may be toxic if taken in excess.  Feed with adequate dry roughage.  Do not feed to starving stock and any stock other than sheep and cattle.

Sheep:                  It is recommended that sheep do not have access to lick with urea higher than 10% and especially where cravings have been shown.