Ingredients: Calcium salts of long chain fatty acids, BHT (a preservative)

Guaranteed Analysis
Total Fatty Acids 82.5%
Calcium (min) 9.5%
Calcium (max) 11.4%
Unsaponifiable Matter (max) 4.0%
Moisture (max) 5.0%
Typical Fatty Acid Profile
Palmitic (C16:0) 50%
Stearic (C18:0) 4%
Oleic (C18:1) 35%
Linoleic (C18:2) 8%
Physical & Nutritional Characteristics
TDN 271%
NEL (dry basis) 2.96 Mcal/lb.
Particle Type Granular
Bulk Density 31 Lbs./ft.
Effects on Rumen Fermentation None*
Palatability Good
Color Tan
Flowability Dry, Free Flowing
Storage and Shelf Life 12 months stored in a cool, dry place
Packaging 50 Lb. bags (22.7 kg)
2000 Lb. tote sacks (907 kg)

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