Purina Mills Goat Chow
Purina Goat Chow is fortified with all the essential vitamins and minerals, such as selenium, Vitamin E, and cobalt and provides 16% all natural protein. Goat Chow can be fed to dry does, growing does, bucks, Pygmy goats, Show goats and as a milking ration.
- Uniquely balanced for optimal body condition
- Helps build strong kids into healthy goats
- Finest, Fresh ingredients make up this all-natural formula (fortified with vitamins & minerals) for superior nutrition
- Highly palatable coarse sweet feed supplement containing corn, oats, barley and nutritious pellet with 16% protein
|High Quality Natural Plant Proteins||Natural product with no animal protein by-products|
|Natural Oils from Pure Ingredients||Helps keep skin supple|
|Highly Palatable Ration||Goats love the taste; Helps reduce sorting|
|Key Trace Minerals||For bright eyes, reproductivity, strong bones and healthy immune system|
|Vitamins A, D & E||For supple skin, healthy coat, excellent milk production and overall good health|
|Proper Calcium to Phosphorus Ratio||For strong bones|
Grain products, Processed grain by-products, Plant protein products, Molasses products, Calcium carbonate, Roughage products, Salt, Forage products, Dicalcium phosphate, Soybean oil, Phosphoric acid (a preservative), Vitamin E supplement, Tetrasodium pyrophosphate, Vitamin A supplement, Vitamin D-3 supplement, Calcium iodate, Sodium molybdate, Cobalt carbonate, Manganese sulfate, Ferrous sulfate, Ferrous carbonate, Copper sulfate, Zinc oxide, Zinc sulfate, Magnesium oxide, Manganous oxide
|Vitamin A||Min||4,000.00 IU/lb|
Feed 1 lb. of Goat Chow for every 3 lbs. of milk produced
Feed kids Goat Chow free-choice as a creep feed after 1 week of age
Please refer to feed tag for complete feeding directions
Feeding Tips: Feed one pound of Goat Chow for every three pounds of milk produced. Use Goat Chow free-choice for young kids. Feed with good quality roughage to all goats after weaning. Goat Chow is a supplement to be fed with free-choice forage.
Remember: Read feed tag for specific feeding directions for each stage of life.