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Getting Started with MIX 30 Purchase a Truck Load

Experience the power of MIX 30 in your operation.

MIX 30 can be purchased by the TRUCK LOAD, it’s easy to get started. A semi truck average load is 6,000 gallons or 25.5 tons. You will need the tank capacity to hold a full load.

Please use the clickable buttons to the right to learn more about the equipment you will need and suggestions to setup your tanks.

You can use a nurse trailer or tote to distribute it to your lick wheel or open top containers.

Use the “FIND YOUR DEALER” locator in the menu at the top of the page and give them a call. They will work with you to keep your tanks filled.

 

Coming sooon!

This jug will be available by December 2020.

Equipment Setup

Tank Setup Parts List

Beef operation

MIX 30 can be fed free-choice or mixed in a grain ration. The high energy of MIX 30 keeps cows in optimum condition and increases calf weight gain, especially as forage quality decreases. MIX 30 is low in starch and sugar making it an excellent addition to any forage-based diet. Unlike other liquid feeds that contain high levels of urea, MIX 30 is safe to feed in open top tubs or tanks without fear of digestive upset. In addition, the fat in MIX 30 provides a concentrated source of linoleic fatty accid, an important nutrient in beef cow nutrition. Producers feeding MIX 30 can expect intakes of 1 to 4 pounds/head/day depending on body condition and forage condition.

 

 

 

Creep Feeding? Simply top dress or include MIX 30 in your ration mix. It can be fed to calves to supplement the cow’s milk when necessary. In many situations calves are fed MIX 30 before weaning and then after they are weaned. The calves become familiar with the taste while still on the cow. This eliminates the lag perior that typically occurs during the stressful weaning time. Producers can expect intakes of 1/4 to 1/2 pounds/head/day in creep situations.

Feeding sheep or goats try top dressing their rations.

Feeding Deer? Super simply just attach a container in the area they normally visit. They will help themselves.