What is Vit-A-Zine?
VIT-A-ZINE is a vitamin, mineral, protein supplement for cattle and other livestock on pasture. The key to VIT-A-ZINE’s success is “balance”. Samples of soil, water, blood, fecal matter, and roughages have shown us not only what is lacking in our pastures, but also what is abundant. VIT-A-ZINE formulas are based on the results of tests collected in given areas. This gives VIT-A-ZINE the advantage of “area formulation”. This “area formulation” is extremely important when considering necessary minerals and trace elements.
Serving Cattlemen Since 1960
Located in Butler, Missouri, Vit-A-Zine was founded in 1960 by George B. Ross as an independently family-owned company. Today, we too are carrying forward the principles and goals that is the very foundation of Vit-A-Zine. We attribute our success in the feed business to the fact that we work directly with cattlemen and commercial dealers. As cattlemen ourselves, we know how to communicate with those who work with our products every day. We learn from those we serve, and listen to their concerns. By working directly with them, we have earned the confidence and trust of these hard-working cattlemen and dealers. Although we manufacture over a dozen different self-rationed pasture supplements, it is all based on a nutritional formula uniquely designed for pastures and that begins first with balanced nutrition.
Matt Briegel and Nathan Yoder
Provides Balance of Amino Acids
Trace minerals formulated for Midwest pasture
Proper Calcium/Phosphorus Ratio
Extra amounts of Vitamins A, D, & E
Chlortetracycline for Anaplas
Added Sulfur for tick control
Rabon or IGR larvacide for fly control
***Chlortetracycline, extra vitamin A, D, E; Sulfur, Rabon, and IGR available upon request.
At Vit-A-Zine, our first concern is creating a totally balanced nutritional environment for cattle and other livestock on pasture and hay. To continue to achieve that status on highly fertilized fescue pasture meant that we had to radically change our basic nutritional format to allow for special nutrients which proved to be critical to the productive life of the animal. One such primary nutrient was magnesium. The magnesium level could become so acutely low within a 24-hour period as to cause the death of animals on the pasture.
Promoting Healthy Herds Across America. Vit-A-Zine 2648 NW County Rd 591 Butler, MO 64730 Toll free: (800) 230-8511
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