Goat Mineral from Manna Pro
Fortified with vitamins and minerals.
Goat Mineral from Manna Pro is best for:
- sound growth
- improved daily gain
- feed efficiency
- show ring appearance
Contains ammonium chloride and chelated minerals for improved absorption and utilization. Feed free choice or as a top dress.
Resealable 8 lb bag
- Brand: Manna Pro
- Type: Mineral
- Form: Feed Additive
- Ingredient: Ammonium Chloride,Chelated Mineral
- Size: 8 lb
"Great Stuff! Need bigger bags!"
We give this to our herd with their feed. It's a great way to fill in with the nutrients that are lacking in their feed, hay, and forage. I like that it contains probiotics. Good for the gut! Also, this contains Ammonium Chloride which is what bucks need to prevent urinary stones. A win-win all around! I just hope the manufacturer realizes we need bigger bags once our flocks increase in numbers due to fertility going up because of nutritional needs being met with this product!
I have been using Manna Pro for years now and it never disappoints. If your goats are low in minerals, they will devour this stuff for awhile...but no worries, once they get enough, they slow down. I find my girls tend to go through more periodically, then not so much for a while in cycles.This makes a huge difference in your goats health along with the copasure copper boluses. Love, love, love this product but would love to see it in larger bags!
"My does LOVE this!"
I offer this free choice to my goats and they love it. I have one doe that I worry if maybe she is eating too much of it! Definitely worth having.
"Can't get enough!"
My girls eat this stuff almost like sweet feed. We've got a sizeable heard and just can't deal with 8lb bags anymore, but I fed this for years until the heard just got to big to keep it up.
"A big Goose Egg"
My two Girls will not eat this stuff.....
"Great Loose Mineral"
My only wish is that it were available in a larger bag. My goats like the taste of this mineral and it is easy to either offer loose-free choice or top dress over their feed. My goats tend to prefer free choice. Be careful about getting the smell on your hands or your goaties may try to eat your fingers!