Cattle Feeding Station Offers New Features

Cattle Feeding Station Offers New Features

Kay Dee launches the IGR Feeding Station with a complete mineral package and fly control.

Flies are just trouble for the cow-calf producer, but the new Kay Dee IGR Feeding Station offers what the company calls a "revolutionary new complete mineral package." The new IGR Feeding Station is the only granular mineral tub on the market that contains Altosid insect growth regulator fly control without the CTC additive. The mineral control will tackle fly populations and can be fed to all-natural herds. Producers should consult with their local all-natural programs to determine if Altosid IGR is permitted.

ALL-NATURAL IGR SOLUTION: This new feeding station from Kay Dee doesn't include CTC, which offers cow-calf producers options.

The company, known for its Super Ranger Kaydets granulated, weatherized minerals, incorporates that technology into its feeding stations. The new Kay Dee SR 8.2 IGR Feeding Station is formulated to stay firm and packaged in easy-to-feed 100-pound tubs. The new feeding station is available through the Kay Dee dealer network. Learn more by calling 800-831-4815 or by visiting www.kaydeefeed.com.

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