Cattle Products Available

The warmer weather brings flies, get a jump on flies with your cattle.  We offer the following products that will help in combating flies, parasites, lice and ticks with your herd.  Cattle minerals are vital this time of year.  Our selection can help with flies and your breeding cattle.

IVOMEC (ivermectin) Pour-On for Cattle

IVOMEC (ivermectin) Pour-On for Cattle – delivers internal and external parasite control in one convenient low-volume application. Discovered and developed by scientists from Merck Research Laboratories, IVOMEC Pour-On contains ivermectin, a unique chemical entity.




SABER Pour-On for Cattle

SABER Pour-On for Cattle – for long-lasting residual control of lice and horn flies on beef cattle and calves. A broad spectrum pest management insecticide to control horn flies and lice.




Python Dust Shaker Can

Python Dust Shaker Can –  for the control of horn flies, lice, ticks, and keds on lactating and non-lactating dairy cattle, beef cattle, sheep, goats, and horses. Apply Up to 2Oz of Dust Per Animal Evenly Into the Hair Over the Head, Ears, Neck, Shoulders, Back, and Tailhead.



Stock Tank Secret

Stock Tank Secret – Barley straw treatment for livestock water tanks, this product is easy to use and effective in keeping livestock water tanks clean and drinking water palatable for up to two months. The little-known “secret” is barley straw, which has been used for decades in England as a water treatment.



Purina Wind & Rain Cattle Mineral Supplements – a highly sought after line of cattle mineral supplements – All Season, High Magnesium, Fescue and Fly Control. These minerals are designed to give your cattle the nutrients they need to help with challenges such as grass tetany, reproduction, and much more.

Purina Wind and Rain Products








In this article, Why Cattle Minerals are So Important, we talk about some critical facts on cattle nutrition and how it can improve your overall cattle investment – from weight gain to reproduction. For example, “Breeding animals not fed properly during these stages of production can be expected to exhibit low birth-weight calves, poor conception rates, greater calf death loss, longer intervals between calving and re-breeding, and depressed weaning weights of calves.  “Maintaining an acceptable body condition score throughout the year will help to minimize these losses.”

If you need help with a cattle nutrition plan, come see us at any Steinhauser’s location and we can walk you through a program.




December 2023
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