Xtra Sow/Boar Topdress
For the Breeding Herd
Net Weight: 20 kg Product #: 910863
The reproductive nutrient requirements are far more complicated than traditional feeding programs would lead us to believe. Combine the different nutrient demands of the many phases in the reproductive cycle and the rapidly increasing genetic potential for litter size, milk production, litter growth rate and other demanding capabilities and it becomes easy to understand the needs and benefits of targeted supplementation of the breeding herd. By refining our thinking about feeding for optimum reproductive performance, we can economically and effectively take advantage of the latest discoveries in nutritional research and technology.
- Iodine (actual) 255 mg/kg
- Iron (actual) 2,020 mg/kg
- Copper (actual) 255 mg/kg
- Manganese (actual) 430 mg/kg
- Zinc (actual) 2,550 mg/kg
- Vitamin A (minimum) 104,000 IU/kg
- Vitamin D3 (minimum) 5,000 IU/kg
- Vitamin E (minimum) 3,000 IU/kg
- Vitamin B12 (minimum) 1,000 mcg/kg
- Vitamin K (minimum) 50 mg/kg
- Biotin (minimum) 13,000 mcg/kg
- Riboflavin (minimum) 1,010 mcg/kg
- Niacin (minimum) 620 mg/kg
- Pyridoxine (minimum) 330 mg/kg
- Folic Acid (minimum) 330 mg/kg
This feed contains added Selenium at 3.75 mg/kg.
Producers looking to supplement gilt, sow and boar nutrition by targeting the nutrient needs of the critical phases of the reproductive cycle. The Xtra topdress program is specially formulated to target the increased nutrient demands of reproducing pigs at critical points in the reproductive cycle: Breeding, Post-Breeding, Pre-Farrowing, Late Lactation Sows and Breeding Boars.
Feed 100 grams (3/4 scoop) per head per day according to the phase you are targeting.
|Type of Swine||Phase||Period|
|Sows & Gilts||Breeding||0 – 7 Days|
|Sows & Gilts||Post-Breeding||0 – 21 Days|
|Sows & Gilts||Pre-Farrowing||14 Days|
|Sows||Late Lactation||7 Days|
|Boars||Spring, Fall, Winter||Every 2nd Day|
Features & Benefits
More bioavailable and more readily adsorbed, stored and utilized by the sow. Trace minerals contribute to reproductive performance, number of piglets per litter and support piglet survivability.
Supports mineral retention and optimizes and animal performance. Selenium promotes sow longevity and piglet viability.
Enhances digestibility, and utilization of nutrients as well as promoting feed intake.
De-Odorase forms part of a nutritional strategy to reduce the impact of ammonia in swine facilities.