High Octane Alleviate
It is estimated that over 80% of show pigs experience gastric health issues affecting overall performance. Acidosis (the result of low rumen pH) causes ruminants to be off feed with digestive stress.
Gastric heath and ruminal acidosis are exacerbated in the show industry due to feeding systems, management systems and the inevitable stressors of the show ring world.
Features & Benefits
Formulated to support gastric health
Supports optimal gastric pH in show pigs
Designed to support proper ruminal pH
Supports optimal rumen pH in cattle, lambs and goats fed for exhibition
Fed twice per day with normal feedings, or as a snack during periods of stress
Helps support optimal intake
No added copper
Can be fed to lambs
Convenient feeding directions
Daily feeding rates for each species based on bodyweight (see feeding directions)
Designed as part of an overall digestive health program
Contains a proprietary and exclusive active agent
Feed according to the directions below.
SHOW PIGS: Feed 2 ounces per day for every 50 lbs. of bodyweight up to 6 oz per day under normal feeding conditions. (example: 50 lb. pig = 2 oz/day; 200 lb. pig = 6 oz/day). During periods of stress, feed an additional 2 oz/day during the middle of the day as a treat or snack. The peak period of stress is usually 150 lbs. to show.
SHOW CATTLE: Feed 12 to 24 ounces per day as a buffering agent. During periods of stress, bloat, and/or acidosis, feed 14 to 24 ounces per day.
SHOW LAMBS/GOATS: Feed 1 ounce per every 50 lbs. of body weight per day. During periods of stress, feed 4 oz per day.