You can buy cow feed in many different forms, including hay and alfalfa cubes. Cows prefer cubes because they are more cost-effective than hay. Here are some of the most common types. For more information, check out our Cattle Breeder reviews. You can also get a free sample of the feed from our website! It only takes a few minutes to get started and your cows will thank you!
Cattle Breeder 20 Cubes
For added feed flexibility, feed your cattle with Cattle Breeder 20 Alfalfa cubes. These seven-inch cubes contain high-quality alfalfa and timothy hay, and can be fed as a supplement or as a complete forage replacement. Cattle will love the taste and nutrition that these cubes provide. Also, they have a guaranteed TDN level and high phosphorus levels to promote bone development.
NutreBeef(R) Cubes are pelleted forms of feed that are easier for cattle to eat and digest. They contain 20%, 30%, or 40% crude protein. Feed one or two pounds of cattle’s daily ration of breeder cubes. For beef cattle, feed cubes at least once daily. This can be spread evenly across the herd for consistent consumption.
Cattle Breeder 50 Cubes
Cattle breeders have long used Ranch Hand(r) Alfalfa Cubes as a supplement for their cattle on pasture. These cubes provide energy and protein in a convenient pelleted form. Cattle breeders should feed the cubes to all of their cattle, no matter the type or size of their herd. They can also be fed at times when extra protein is needed.
Compared to other forages, alfalfa hay is unmatched for its nutritional value. Sun-cured, it contains no waste, no stems or leaves, and no mold or weather damage. It can be fed as the sole source of roughage for all classes of animals. Cattle Breeder 50 Alfalfa Cubes are guaranteed to meet or exceed the nutritional needs of all classes of animals.
Cattle Breeder 100 Cubes
One of the most popular products of the hay industry, Alfalfa cubes are easy to handle and weigh a little over one ton each. They are available in 1-ton bags and can be delivered directly to a feed hopper or bunk. Most of these feeds are sold to horse owners, but they have been shipped as far as Texas and Oklahoma. These feeds are also suitable for feeding dairy cows.
The cubes are also useful for producers facing nutritional deficiencies. They can supplement the cow’s diet with the protein and other nutrients that cattle need. These range cubes are made from a mixture of wheat midds, field peas, distillers grains, and urea. A typical cube contains about a pound of Alfalfa per tonne. Cattle breeders should consult with their veterinarians before adding the cubes to their feeds.
Cattle Breeder 150 Cubes
Agricultural Trade Offices provide valuable information for U.S. exporters seeking to reach China’s cattle industry. The guides explain key market conditions, discuss import competition, and offer recommendations for entry into the Chinese market. Listed below are some important facts about the Chinese alfalfa market. These facts may help you develop a successful business in China. Read them now! The U.S. livestock industry can benefit from the China Trade Agreement, as U.S. alfalfa cubes and pellets are now available in China.
In addition to cattle feed, cattle owners can benefit from Alfalfa pellets and cubes. These two products are highly competitive with Spanish alfalfa and other imported hay. Alfalfa is readily available in the U.S. and is expected to be cheaper than comparable imports. Those who grow alfalfa for human consumption may also benefit from this product.