Purina Mills Noble Goat Charge Concentrate

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Description

Noble Goat™ Charge Concentrate is a 36% protein pellet designed to be mixed with local grains allowing customers the option to “customize” their goat’s rations during the growth, development, lactating or maintenance life stages. Mix at a rate of 20% to 35% along with ingredients like corn, oats, sunflower seeds and molasses to develop a diet that meets your goat’s exacting needs.

Noble Goat™ products deliver the nutrition and performance you expect. Try Noble Goat™ charge concentrate and see the difference it can make in your goats’ overall growth and health!

 

FEATURES  BENEFITS
 36% protein formulation
  • Can be mixed and balanced with a variety of grains for a “customized” ration
  • Provides flexibility in formulation and performance
  • Perfect for both meat-type and dairy-type goats
  • Proper Calcium to Phosphorous ratio helps to maintain the exacting needs of goats
 Palatable, high quality ingredients
  • Consistent quality assures top performance and goat acceptability
 Diamond V® Yeast Culture
  • Helps maximize feed digestion and stabilizes rumen fermentation during stress
 Availa-4® minerals
  • Balanced combination of organic zinc, manganese, copper and cobalt to optimize growth and help immune response
 By-pass proteins
  • Provide a controlled balance of amino acids for optimum muscle growth
 Pelleted
  • Mixes easily with a variety of grains
 Medication Option: Rumensin
  • For the prevention of coccidiosis

 

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

 

Crude protein  Min  36.00%
 Crude fat  Min  1.50%
 Crude fiber  Max  6.00%
 Calcium (Ca)  Min  2.50%
 Calcium (Ca)  Max  3.00%
 Phosphorus (P)  Min  1.00%
 Salt (NaCl)  Min  1.00%
 Salt (NaCl)  Max  1.50%
 Copper (Cu)  Min  60 ppm
 Selenium (Se)  Min  1.8 ppm
 Vitamin A  Min  16,000 IU/lb
 Vitamin D3  Min  3,300 IU/lb
 Vitamin E  Min  66 IU/lb

 

Feeding Directions:
Noble Goat™ Charge Concentrate is an all natural protein concentrate designed to provide balanced nutrition for dairy and meat-type goats. Mix into dry grain mixes, total mixed rations or top-dress on grains and feed along with hay.

 

Note: This product contains copper and should not be fed to sheep.
This product is available regionally, so please check with your local Purina Mills dealer for ordering details.
Noble Goat™ Charge Concentrate can be mixed into a mixture of grains to achieve a variety of protein and energy levels. Several mixing options are listed below:

 

Noble Goat
Charge

Corn

Oats

Sunflower
Seeds

Molasses

Crude
Protein, %

Crude
Fat ,%

Crude
Fibre, %

Ca, %

P, %

Cu, ppm

35%

30%

30%

5%

18.8

3.2

6.6

0.95

0.53

27.5

30%

35%

30%

5%

17.4

3.2

6.8

0.83

0.49

24.7

30%

30%

30%

5%

5%

17.9

5.2

7.0

0.83

0.50

24.5

25%

20%

50%

5%

16.7

3.6

8.4

0.71

0.46

22.7

25%

30%

35%

5%

5%

16.7

5.3

7.4

0.71

0.47

21.9

25%

50%

20%

5%

15.7

3.2

5.1

0.70

0.45

21.5

20%

35%

35%

5%

5%

15.3

5.4

7.2

0.59

0.43

19.1

20%

40%

35%

5%

14.8

3.4

6.6

0.58

0.42

19.3

 

Important:

 

  1. Start kids on colostrum milk from birth to 3 days of age; feed Purina Mills® Kid Milk Replacer from 2 days until 4-8 weeks of age.
  2. If kids have not been creep fed, or they were purchased, then they should be placed on grass hay on a free-choice basis after arrival.
  3. When making a ration change, allow 3 to 5 days for animals to adjust to the new ration.
  4. Keep a constant supply of complete feed available. Do not let fine material accumulate in feeders.
  5. Provide adequate bunk space for each animal. Bunks should be well-protected and well-managed to prevent feed from becoming wet or moldy.
  6. Provide a source of fresh, clean water at all times.
  7. Feed Purina Mills® Goat Mineral free-choice.
  8. Consult your veterinarian for the recommended health program for your local area. This includes internal and external parasite control.

 

In groups of goats there are certain animals that experience chronic bloat, or other digestive disturbances and consequently, are poor performers. In addition, excess feed consumption, severe weather changes resulting in erratic feed consumption and poorly managed feeding practices, can increase the incidence of bloat in all goats. If bloating occurs, the above management practices should be reviewed and your veterinarian consulted.

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