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)

Quick Guides to Fatty Acids

Fatty acids are the last ‘major nutrient’ category to truly be balanced in dairy cow diets. These Quick Guides are a great place to start to understanding FA roles & rumen biohydrogenation, sources, effects & more!

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The Palmitate Chronicles

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