• Net Weight: 25 kg
  • Product #: 810240

Ultralyx® Whitetail Deer Supplement Block
for growing & breeding deer

Masterfeeds Ultralyx Whitetail Deer Supplement Block is scientifically balanced to supplement deer’s natural vegetation by providing protein, minerals, vitamins and energy necessary for optimal growth, antler and bone development and reproduction.

FEEDING DIRECTIONS:

Masterfeeds Ultralyx Whitetail Deer Supplement Block should be self-fed year round to growing and breeding deer in their natural habitat. Ultralyx Whitetail Deer Block should be positioned in areas frequented by deer such as trials, rugs and watering spots.

Consumption of this product will vary according to the deer’s body weight and the quality and quantity of available natural vegetation. Intake of this product by growing and breeding deer should be at the rate of ¼ to ½ pound per head per day.

For additional information, please contact your Masterfeeds Account Manager.

FEEDING TIPS:

The use of this deer product is intended for wildlife conservation practices only. Do not handle this deer product in a way that human scent will be left on the block.

Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein (minimum).........................14.0%
Crude Fat (minimum).................................2.0%
Crude Fibre (maximum).............................6.0% 
Calcium (minimum)...................................2.5%
Calcium (maximum)..................................3.5%
Phosphorus (minimum).............................1.0% 
Salt (minimum)........................................12.0%
Salt (maximum).......................................14.4%
Copper (minimum)............................ 100 ppm
Manganese (actual)............................ 450 ppm
Zinc (minimum)................................. 300 ppm
Cobalt (minimum)............................... 2.2 ppm
Vitamin A (minimum)...................25,000 IU/kg
Vitamin D3 (minimum)...................5,000 IU/kg
Vitamin E (minimum)...........................25 IU/kg

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This feed contains added Selenium at 3.1 mg/kg.