Cattle Supplements

Our bifid cattle supplement focus on Vitamin A which is an important nutrient for beef cattle. While grazing green grass, cattle get plenty of vitamin A but during the winter vitamin A may be deficient and should be supplemented. Including vitamin A in our mineral mix there is sufficient level of minerals to ensure cattle get the minerals they need.

Beef cattle require at least 17 different mineral elements in their diets. Required minerals are classified major minerals & micro-minerals based on the target performance our quantities are developed to fulfil required balance in beef cattle diets. Beef cattle require at least 17 different mineral elements in their diets. Our Macro-minerals are required in larger quantities than micro-minerals which are to be fed milligrams per day).

Our Bifid Calcium Enhancer supplies is the most abundant mineral in the body and is involved in many vital body functions, including bone formation and maintenance, development and maintenance of teeth, blood clotting, membrane permeability, muscle contraction, nerve impulse transmission, heart regulation, milk secretion, hormone secretion, and enzyme activation and function.

Similar to our bifid Calcium Enhancer our bifid PH enhancer supplies most phosphorus that the body requires to the bones and teeth. PH enhancer is required for skeletal development and maintenance, normal milk secretion, muscle tissue building, cell growth and differentiation, energy use and transfer.

bifid MG enhancer is rich in magnesium and 1 percent in extracellular fluid. Magnesium is important for enzyme activation, glucose breakdown, genetic code transmission, membrane transport, nerve impulse transmission, and skeletal development.

bifid Multi V is rich in Vitamins A, D, and E and are often added to our mineral mixes or feed supplements as an A-D-E premix package. The Multi V supplement has mineral mixes and vitamins A, D, and E added at sufficient levels. 4-ounce daily intake of the Multi V enhancer supplement contains: Vitamin A, 100,000 to 200,000 IU; Vitamin D, 7,500 to 20,000 IU; and Vitamin E, 50 to 100 IU and can be stored for several months before being used.