Precon Stress Care 5 Supplement is a starter supplement for feedlot cattle.
Fed at 5 pounds per head per day along with unlimited supplies of good quality pasture, hay or other forage (minimum 8% DM protein). This pelleted starter is designed to deliver a potent dose of essential nutrients for stressed cattle in a small inclusion package. Purina’s most palatable starter feed gets cattle eating quickly. It contains RX3™ Immune Support Technology to help prepare calves’ natural defenses to optimize their response to stress and common calf health challenges.
A Mineral For Any Season
Maintaining the weight and reproductive performance of your cattle is important.
Purina offers cattle mineral designed to optimize performance by providing:
Consistent, Targeted Intake
Reduces variation in mineral intake and is readily consumed at target intake levels.
Balanced Mineral Nutrition
Contains the proper balance of all 14 essential macro and micro minerals to help address forage deficiencies and meet cattle requirements year-round.
Stands up to the elements through its large particle size, making it harder to blow away and easier for water to pass through.
Increases feed palatability to maintain consistent feed intake. Better feed intake allows
more nutrients available to the animal for absorption, health and performance.
Contains Zinpro Availa® 4 Organic Trace Minerals
Rapidly restores trace mineral levels to support the immune system of nutritionally
challenged, stressed cattle.
Drug Options Available
For health problems related to the stresses of weaning and shipping.
Encourages calves just weaned off cow and/or stressed during transportation to begin to
eat dry feed and recover from the stresses of weaning and shipping.
Pellet containing protein, vitamins and minerals
Formulated to provide the correct balance of nutrients required for starting calves to
encourage intake, health and weight gains.
Feed this product at the rate of 5 pounds per head per day along the
good quality forage to starting or receiving cattle.
1. When making a ration change, allow 7-10 days for animals to adjust
to the new ration.
2. Provide a source of fresh clean water at all times.
3. Do not allow fine material to accumulate in feeders.
4. Provide adequate bunk space for each animal. Bunks should be
well protected and well managed to prevent feed from becoming
wet and molding.
5. Manage bunks to minimize quantity of feed accumulating in trough.
6. Cattle should be vaccinated against enterotoxemia.
7. Consult your veterinarian for recommended health programs for
your local area.
8. Provide plain salt and mineral free choice.
9. Have feed and/or forage available for cattle at all times.
In groups of cattle, there are certain animals who experience chronic
bloat, or other digestive disturbances, and consequently, are poor
performers. In addition, feed consumption in excess of 3-3.5% of body
weight, severe weather changes resulting in erratic feed consumption,
and poorly managed feeding practices can increase the incidence of
bloat in all cattle. If bloating does occur, the above management
practices should be reviewed. If bloating continues, feed 2-3 pounds
of hay per head per day or begin switching cattle to a growing ration
over a 5-7 day adaptation period.