Kent 34 Lamb Supplement

by Kent

How Local Delivery Works:

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Local Delivery Schedule:

Tue: Newaygo, Mescosta, Montcalm Counties.
Wed: Oceana, Mason, Lake, Manistee Counties.
Thurs: Muskegon, Ottawa, Kent, Counties.
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A 34% protein supplement to mix with grains to make lamb, ewe, and ram rations. Contains ammonium chloride to help reduce the risk of urinary calculi.

Feeding Directions
Feed the below rations continuously to lambs to provide not less than 15 nor more than 70 mg of lasalocid per head per day.


Creep Feeding Lambs
When the lambs are 10 days old, offer one of the rations listed in the table at the right (or a complete feed) in a feed trough located in a creep area. For the first few days feed only what the lambs will clean up each day.

Protein, % 18* 17* 16* 15*
Kent 20 Lamb 1250 1000 670 -
Kent 15 Lamb - - - 1000
Cracked Shelled Corn 400 500 730 550
Crimped or whole oats 150 250 300 250
Kent-O-Lass 50 50 50 -
Kent 34 Lamb Supp 150B 150 200 250 200
Total, lb 2000 2000 2000 2000
*Free-choice green, leafy alfalfa hay

Feeding Ewes
A ewe should gain 25-30 pounds during the gestation period with the majority of this coming the last six weeks of gestation. To avoid lambing paralysis, it is important that ewes be fed the ewe ration beginning 4-6 weeks before lambing. Ewes carrying twins need 1-11⁄2 pounds per day while ewes carrying singles need 3⁄4 to 1 pound per day. All ewes need 4-6 pounds of roughage during this period. The ewe ration can be fed from lambing to weaning, but the amount fed should be increased slightly for the first four weeks of lactation.

Kent 34 Lamb Supp 150 B 300 lb
Wheat Bran or Oats 750 lb
Shelled Corn 900 lb
Kent-O-Lass 50 lb

2000 lb


Crude Protein, min (This includes not more than 5.8% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen. NPN from Ammonium Chloride.) 34.0%
Crude Fat, min 1.5%
Crude Fiber, max 6.0%
Calcium (Ca), min 2.5%
Calcium (Ca), max 3.5%
Phosphorus (P), min 0.75%
Salt (NaCl), min 2.0%
Salt (NaCl), max 2.5%
Selenium (Se), min 1.75 ppm
Vitamin A, min 15,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D3, min 1500 IU/lb
Vitamin E, min 50 IU/lb