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Payback Brand

Beef Feed

Every product in the Payback® beef feed line is carefully formulated to help improve herd health, fertility and meat production.

Beef producers please contact your local feed consultant for additional beef products and information on beef cattle management.

Feedlot feeds

Weaning products
The stress of weaning makes this phase of beef production the most critical of all. Payback weaning products are formulated to provide the highest quality beef cattle nutrition. They contain organic trace minerals for better absorption and improved immune response, plus yeast and yucca scheidgera to enhance consumption and get calves on feed fast.

First Response Stress Mineral  |  First Response Starter Supplement  |  Head Start LF  |  Head Start


Grower products
Successful grower rations require that supplemental protein – with a moderate amount of urea – be used. Special attention needs to be made to keep calcium and phosphorus levels and ratios in check so that growing beef livestock develop structurally sound carcasses. Using quality ingredients aids in nutrient absorption and maximizes efficient use of home-grown feedstuffs.

Beef Grower 20  |  Beef Grower 20-7  |  Beef Grower 32  |  Beef Grower 32-11  |  Beef Grower 38

Beef Grower 38-13  |  Beef Grower 50-25  |  Beef Balancer  |  Feedlot Balancer  |  Hi-En 14


Finisher products
Payback finisher feeds are formulated to be the most economical while optimizing performance. Lower phosphorus levels and higher urea levels allow us to keep your investment in supplements as low as possible while still supplying the cattle with essential nutrients.

Beef Balancer  |  Feedlot Balancer  |  Finisher 40-20  |  Finisher 40-28  |  Finisher 50-25

Finisher 50-35


Dairy/beef products

Our dairy/beef products are designed to meet the unique needs of the dairy beef animal. These supplements can be fed either in a mixed ration or in self-feeders using good management practices. Using either oxytetracycline or tylosin aids in preventing challenges associated with the kinds of self-feeding or extended feeding programs commonly used in dairy beef feedlots.

Dairy Feedlot Grower  |  Dairy Feedlot Finisher


Distillers products
Wet, modified and dry distillers grains provide an opportunity for cattlemen to supplement diets with a high quality, bypass protein. Payback distiller products are designed to balance essential nutrients when these co-products are used. We have Payback products that can be used as economical carriers for ionphores, vitamins and minerals, depending on the level of distiller grains used. We recommend visiting with your CHS nutrition consultant because special attention must be given to the level of sulfur in the total diet as well as the balance of undegradable and degradable proteins.

Distillers Pro® Balancer  |  Distillers Pro® 20-10  |  Distillers Pro® 28-15  |  Distillers Pro® 40-28


All natural products

Designed for feeding programs that restrict use of any antibiotics, this line of Payback feed is formulated with the finest all-natural ingredients available. All of the products contain organic trace minerals, yeast cultures and yucca, and the RMTC products also use thiamine, diatomaceous earth, fenugreek and brewers yeast. These special additives give cattle the best opportunity to stay healthy and remain in the all natural feeding programs.

All Natural (AN) Beef Supplement  |  AN Beef Balancer  |  AN Beef Balancer RMTC


Self-Fed beef products
A pelleted supplement providing the supplemental protein and fiber cattle need for optimum feedlot performance, Ruf-N-Pro can be used to background or finish cattle, provided proper management practices are used. Payback Optimizer 30-12 R125 Medicated is a fortified protein supplement designed to be mixed with corn and self-fed to stocker cattle. When mixed at the proper levels, it can be used to limit feed intake to achieve desired performance under self-feeding production systems.

Ruf-N-Pro |  Payback Optimizer 30-12 R125 Medicated


Show feeds
The modern show steer has great potential for growth and performance. Payback Champion Steer is a 16 percent protein and high energy feed to meet those demands. It contains yeast culture and Micro-Aid® technology to stimulate appetite, moderate heat stress and improve rumen function, and is fortified with chelated copper and zinc for improved hoof development and immune system function.

Champion Steer Texturized  |  Champion Steer Pellet

Note: Select products are available medicated and non-medicated. Not all products are available at all CHS plants.


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Payback Optimizer 30-12 R125 Medicated (Click here to open a window and print.)
For Feedlot Cattle.

Increased rate of weight gain; For prevention and control of coccidiosis caused by Eimeria bovis and Eimeria zuernii.

Feeding Directions
PAYBACK OPTIMIZER 30-12 R125 MEDICATED is a roughage and protein containing product designed to be fed to feedlot cattle being finished for market. Each pound contains 62.5 mg. of Monensin.
Intake: Low Medium High
PAYBACK OPTIMIZER 30-12 R125 40% 30% 20%
Corn 60% 70% 80%
Cattle should be gradually adjusted to a high concentrate diet. All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis. In an effort to minimize management problems, cattle on full feed should receive approximately 10% good quality grass hay in the ration. Contact your feed representative for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

FOR IMPROVED FEED EFFICIENCY
PAYBACK OPTIMIZER 30-12 R125 MEDICATED should be fed at the rate of 3 to 5 pounds per head daily to provide 187.5 to 312.5 mg. of Monensin.

FOR CONTROL OF COCCIDIOSIS
Feed PAYBACK OPTIMIZER 30-12 R125 MEDICATED at a rate of not less than 1.6 nor more than 7.6 lbs./hd/day to provide each animal with not less than 100 nor more than 480 mg of Monensin per head per day. Feed continuously during periods of exposure to coccidia or when coccidia is likely to be a hazard.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 30.0 %
(This includes not more than 12.0% equivalent
crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)
Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 12.0 %
Calcium not less than 2.0 %
Calcium not more than 2.5 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.25 %
Salt not less than 19.0 %
Salt not more than 21.0 %
Potassium not less than 1.6 %
Selenium not less than 0.65 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 9,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 900 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 20 IU/lb

ACTIVE DRUG INGREDIENT
Monensin ............................................. 125 g/ton

CAUTION: Do not feed to sheep. Do not allow horses or other equines access to formulation containing Monensin. Ingestion of Monensin by equines has been fatal. Monensin medicated cattle feed is safe for use in cattle and goats only. Feeding undiluted or mixing errors resulting in high concentrations of monensin has been fatal to cattle and could be fatal to goats. Must be thoroughly mixed in feeds before use. Do not feed undiluted. Do not exceed the levels of monensin recommended in the feeding directions as reduced average daily gains may result. If feed refusals containing monensin are fed to other groups of cattle, the concentration of monensin in the refusals and amount of refusals fed should be taken into consideration to prevent monensin overdosing. A withdrawal time has not been established for pre-ruminating calves. Do not use in calves to be processed for veal. For ruminant use only.

Champion Steer Pellet (Click here to open a window and print.)
For feedlot cattle.

Feeding Directions
Champion Steer Pellet is a high protein, complete feed especially designed for show cattle. Cattle should be gradually adjusted to Champion Steer Pellet to avoid digestive disturbances or other management problems. Dividing the daily ration into two equal feedings is suggested. For best results, this product should not be self-fed.

Although Champion Steer Pellet is a complete feed in that it contains some roughage, grain, and supplement, limit feeding approximately 10 to 15% good quality, long hay is recommended. Fresh, clean water should be available at all times.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 16.0 %

(This includes not more than 1.5% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)


Crude Fat not less than 5.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 16.0 %
Calcium not less than 0.5 %
Calcium not more than 1.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.5 %
Salt not less than 0.25 %
Salt not more than 0.75 %
Potassium not less than 0.75 %
Selenium not less than 0.2 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 400 IU/lb
Champion Steer Texturized (Click here to open a window and print.)
For feedlot cattle.

Feeding Directions
Champion Steer Texturized is a high protein, complete feed especially designed for show cattle. Cattle should be gradually adjusted to Champion Steer Texturized to avoid digestive disturbances or other management problems. Dividing the daily ration into two equal feedings is suggested.

For best results, this product should not be self-fed. Although Champion Steer Texturized is a complete feed in that it contains some roughage, grain, and supplement, limit feeding approximately 10 to 15% good quality, long hay is recommended. Fresh, clean water should be available at all times.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 16.0 %

(This includes not more than 1.5% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)


Crude Fat not less than 5.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 7.0 %
Calcium not less than 0.5 %
Calcium not more than 1.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.5 %
Salt not less than 0.25 %
Salt not more than 0.75 %
Potassium not less than 0.75 %
Selenium not less than 0.2 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 400 IU/lb
Finisher 50-35 (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef Feedlot Cattle Supplement.

Feeding Directions
BEEF FINISHER 50-35 is designed to be fed to feedlot cattle being finished for market.

Feed BEEF FINISHER 50-35 at the rate of 0.75 to 1.5 pounds per head per day.

All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis. Contact your feed representative for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 50.0 %

(This includes not more than 35.0 % equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)

Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 15.0 %
Calcium not less than 8.0 %
Calcium not more than 9.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.3 %
Salt not less than 3.5 %
Salt not more than 4.5 %
Potassium not less than 2.5 %
Selenium not less than 5.4 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 40,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 100 IU/lb

CAUTION: DO NOT FEED TO SHEEP. For ruminant use only.
Ruf-N-Pro (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef feedlot cattle supplement.

Feeding Directions
Ruf-N-Pro is a roughage and protein containing product designed to be fed to feedlot cattle being finished for market. It is especially formulated to supplement feedlot rations where no forage is being fed and/or for self fed rations. Ruf-N-Pro should be fed at the rate of 3 to 4 pounds per head daily.

For best results in self-fed rations, thoroughly mix 20 percent Ruf-N-Pro with 80 percent grain. Cattle should be gradually adjusted to a high concentrate diet. Other roughage containing CHS nutrition products may be used during the adjustment period. All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 22.0 %

(This includes not more than 10.0% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)

Crude Fat not less than 1.5 %
Crude Fiber not more than 20.0 %
Calcium not less than 2.75 %
Calcium not more than 3.75 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.35 %
Salt not less than 1.25 %
Salt not more than 1.75 %
Potassium not less than 1.6 %
Selenium not less than 1.6 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 12,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 1,200 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 25 IU/lb
All-Natural Beef Balancer RMTC (Click here to open a window and print.)
For feedlot cattle.

Feeding Directions
All-Natural Beef Balancer RMTC is designed to be fed to cattle. Feed this product at the rate of 0.5 pounds per head per day. All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 8.0 %
Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 6.0 %
Calcium not less than 12.0 %
Calcium not more than 13.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.4 %
Salt not less than 4.5 %
Salt not more than 5.5 %
Potassium not less than 0.5 %
Selenium not less than 9.95 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 80,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 8,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 200 IU/lb
Thiamine not less than 250 mg/lb
All-Natural Beef Balancer (Click here to open a window and print.)
For feedlot cattle.

Feeding Directions
All-Natural Beef Balancer is designed to be fed to cattle. Feed this product at the rate of 0.5 pounds per head per day. All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 8.0 %
Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 6.0 %
Calcium not less than 12.0 %
Calcium not more than 13.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.4 %
Salt not less than 4.5 %
Salt not more than 5.5 %
Potassium not less than 0.5 %
Selenium not less than 9.95 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 80,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 8,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 200 IU/lb
Thiamine not less than 250 mg/lb
All-Natural Beef Supplement (Click here to open a window and print.)
For feedlot cattle.

Feeding Directions
All-Natural Beef Supplement is designed to be fed to growing cattle. Feed this product at the rate of 1.0 pound per head per day. All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 32.0 %
Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 11.0 %
Calcium not less than 4.25 %
Calcium not more than 5.25 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.5 %
Salt not less than 3.0 %
Salt not more than 4.0 %
Potassium not less than 1.0 %
Selenium not less than 4.95 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 40,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 100 IU/lb
Thiamine not less than 125 mg/lb
Distillers Pro® 40-28 (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef feedlot cattle supplement.

Feeding Directions
Distillers Pro® 40-28 is designed to be fed to feedlot cattle being finished for market. Feed Distillers Pro® 40-28 at the rate of 0.75 to 1.0 pounds per head per day. All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 40.0 %

(This includes not more than 28.0 % equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)

Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 15.0 %
Calcium not less than 13.0 %
Calcium not more than 15.5 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.25 %
Salt not less than 4.5 %
Salt not more than 5.5 %
Potassium not less than 0.4 %
Selenium not less than 6.7 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 50,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 5,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 50 IU/lb
Thiamine not less than 120 mg/lb
Distillers Pro® 28-15 (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef feedlot cattle supplement for improved feed efficiency.

Feeding Directions
Distillers Pro® 28-15 R650 Medicated is designed to be fed to feedlot cattle being finished for market. Feed Distillers Pro® 28-15 R650 Medicated at the rate of 0.9 pound per head per day to provide 292.5 milligrams of Monensin per head daily. Thoroughly mix with grain and/or roughage to provide each animal with not less than 50 nor more than 360 mg of Monensin per head per day.

Feed continuously to provide 5 to 30 g of Monensin per ton of complete feed. Each pound of this product contains 325 milligrams of Monensin. All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 28.0 %

(This includes not more than 15.0 % equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)

Crude Fat not less than 2.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 8.0 %
Calcium not less than 13.75 %
Calcium not more than 16.5 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.4 %
Salt not less than 4.0 %
Salt not more than 5.0 %
Potassium not less than 0.4 %
Selenium not less than 6.0 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 45,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 4,500 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 45 IU/lb
Thiamine not less than 138 mg/lb

Active Drug Ingredient Monensin........................650 g/ton (as monensin sodium)
Distillers Pro® 20-10 (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef feedlot cattle supplement for improved feed efficiency.

Feeding Directions
Distillers Pro® 20-10 R750 Medicated is designed to be fed to feedlot cattle being finished for market. Feed Distillers Pro® 20-10 R750 Medicated at the rate of 0.75 pound per head per day to provide 281 milligrams of Monensin per head daily. Thoroughly mix with grain and/or roughage to provide each animal with not less than 50 or more than 360 mg of Monensin per head per day.

Feed continuously to provide 5 to 30 g of Monensin per ton of complete feed. Each pound of this product contains 375 milligrams of Monensin. All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 20.0 %

(This includes not more than 10.0 % equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)

Crude Fat not less than 2.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 8.0 %
Calcium not less than 13.5 %
Calcium not more than 16.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.3 %
Salt not less than 6.25 %
Salt not more than 7.5 %
Potassium not less than 0.4 %
Selenium not less than 8.0 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 55,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 5,500 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 55 IU/lb
Thiamine not less than 160 mg/lb

Active Drug Ingredient
Monensin.......................750 g/ton (as monensin sodium)
Distillers Pro® Balancer (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef feedlot cattle mineral and vitamin supplement.

Feeding Directions
Distillers Pro® Balancer is a vitamin and mineral containing product to be fed to cattle when fed diets where no supplemental protein is needed. Feed Distillers Pro® Balancer at a rate of 1/3 to 1/2 lb/hd/day depending on the minerals needed to balance the diet.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Calcium not less than 26.0 %
Calcium not more than 28.0 %
Salt not less than 13.0 %
Salt not more than 15.0 %
Cobalt not less than 10 ppm
Copper not less than 900 ppm
Iodine not less than 65 ppm
Manganese not less than 1,200 ppm
Selenium not less than 8.0 ppm
Zinc not less than 3,200 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 100,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 10,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 250 IU/lb
Thiamine not less than 250 mg/lb
Dairy Feedlot Finisher (Click here to open a window and print.)
For finishing dairy-beef feedlot cattle (700-finish)

Feeding Directions
If cattle have not been previously adapted to a high energy, low roughage ration, first feed loose hay free-choice in feeding bunks for 3 to 5 days. Then begin this feeding program with Ration 1 shown below:

Ration 1 Ration 2
(First 7 Days) (Next 7 Days)
Whole Shelled Corn 1125 lbs. 1330 lbs.
Alfalfa Pellets 400 lbs. 300 lbs.
Dairy Feedlot Grower 400 lbs. 300 lbs.
TM Crumb 4G Med. 75 lbs. 70 lbs.
Total 2000 lbs. 2000 lbs.

If cattle have been previously fed the Dairy Feedlot Grower program, then begin feeding with Ration 3 shown below. Mix the following rations and full feed free-choice continuously according to the recommended time periods below:

Ration 3 Ration 4
(Next 7 Days) (Until Cattle Are Marketed)
Whole Shelled Corn 1600 lbs. 1800 lbs.
Alfalfa Pellets 200 lbs. ---
Dairy Feedlot Finisher 200 lbs. 200 lbs.
Total 2000 lbs. 2000 lbs.

In addition to the above rations, feed 1 to 2 pounds of hay per day.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 35.0 %

(This includes not more than 15.5% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)

Crude Fat not less than 3.8 %
Crude Fiber not more than 12.0 %
Calcium not less than 4.5 %
Calcium not more than 5.5 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.7 %
Salt not less than 2.0 %
Salt not more than 2.5 %
Potassium not less than 2.6 %
Selenium not less than 2.65 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 20,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 2,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 45 IU/lb
Dairy Feedlot Grower (Click here to open a window and print.)
For growing dairy-beef cattle.

Feeding Directions

Mix Dairy Feedlot Grower into the following ration for full feeding free choice to growing feed dairy-beef feedlot cattle according to the following weights.

350-500 Pounds 500-700 Pounds
Whole Shelled Corn 1600 lbs. 1650 lbs.
Dairy Feedlot Grower 400 lbs. 350 lbs.
Total 2000 lbs. 2000 lbs.

In addition to the above rations, feed 1 to 2 pounds of hay per day. When the cattle reach 700 lbs. switch them to Ration 3 of the Dairy Feedlot Finisher program and continue to feed according to recommendations.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 35.0 %
Crude Fat not less than 2.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 10.0 %
Calcium not less than 2.75 %
Calcium not more than 3.75 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.7 %
Salt not less than 1.0 %
Salt not more than 1.5 %
Potassium not less than 1.6 %
Selenium not less than 1.35 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 20,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 2,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 50 IU/lb
Finisher 50-25 (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef Feedlot Cattle Supplement.

Feeding Directions
BEEF FINISHER 50-25 is designed to be fed to feedlot cattle being finished for market.

Feed BEEF FINISHER 50-25 at the rate of 0.75 to 1.5 pounds per head daily.

All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis. Contact your feed consultant or dealer for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 50.0 %

(This includes not more than 25.0 % equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)

Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 15.0 %
Calcium not less than 8.0 %
Calcium not more than 9.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.3 %
Salt not less than 3.5 %
Salt not more than 4.5 %
Potassium not less than 2.5 %
Selenium not less than 5.4 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 40,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 100 IU/lb

CAUTION: DO NOT FEED TO SHEEP. For ruminant use only.
Finisher 40-28 (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef Feedlot Cattle Supplement.

Feeding Directions
BEEF FINISHER 40-28 is designed to be fed to feedlot cattle being finished for market.

Feed BEEF FINISHER 40-28 at the rate of 1.0 to 1.5 pounds per head per day.

All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis. Contact your feed representative for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 40.0 %

(This includes not more than 28.0% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)

Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 15.0 %
Calcium not less than 8.0 %
Calcium not more than 9.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.3 %
Salt not less than 3.5 %
Salt not more than 4.5 %
Potassium not less than 2.5 %
Selenium not less than 5.4 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 40,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 100 IU/lb

CAUTION: DO NOT FEED TO SHEEP. For ruminant use only.
Finisher 40-20 (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef Feedlot Cattle Supplement.

Feeding Directions
BEEF FINISHER 40-20 is designed to be fed to feedlot cattle being finished for market.

Feed BEEF FINISHER 40-20 at the rate of 1.0 to 1.5 pounds per head per day.

All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis. Contact your feed representative for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 40.0 %

(This includes not more than 20.0 % equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)

Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 15.0 %
Calcium not less than 8.0 %
Calcium not more than 9.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.3 %
Salt not less than 3.5 %
Salt not more than 4.5 %
Potassium not less than 2.5 %
Selenium not less than 5.4 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 40,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 100 IU/lb

CAUTION: DO NOT FEED TO SHEEP. For ruminant use only.
Feedlot Balancer (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef feedlot cattle mineral and vitamin supplement.

Feeding Directions
Feedlot Balancer is a vitamin and mineral containing product to be fed to cattle when fed diets where no supplemental protein is needed. Feed Feedlot Balancer at a rate of 1/3 to 1/2 lb/hd/day depending on the minerals needed to balance the diet.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Calcium not less than 26.0 %
Calcium not more than 28.0 %
Salt not less than 13.0 %
Salt not more than 15.0 %
Cobalt not less than 10 ppm
Copper not less than 750 ppm
Iodine not less than 140 ppm
Manganese not less than 1,200 ppm
Selenium not less than 10.8 ppm
Zinc not less than 2,900 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 80,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 8,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 200 IU/lb
Thiamine not less than 200 mg/lb
Beef Balancer (Click here to open a window and print.)
For feedlot cattle.

Feeding Directions
Feed Beef Balancer in accordance with the drug premix being used in final product. Mix thoroughly with other ration components prior to feeding. All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 8.0 %
Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 11.0 %
Calcium not less than 8.0 %
Calcium not more than 9.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.35 %
Salt not less than 5.0 %
Salt not more than 6.0 %
Potassium not less than 0.6 %
Cobalt not less than 9 ppm
Copper not less than 600 ppm
Iodine not less than 110 ppm
Manganese not less than 875 ppm
Selenium not less than 8.6 ppm
Zinc not less than 2400 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 80,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 8,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 200 IU/lb
Hi-En 14 (Click here to open a window and print.)
For cattle on pasture.

Feeding Directions

Hi-En 14 is formulated to be fed to cattle as a grain replacement product that also provides additional protein, vitamins, and minerals as compared to grain. Hi-En 14 should be fed from 5 to 15 lbs/hd/day depending on cattle size, desired growth rate and other dietary ingredients.

In certain situations, it may be necessary to balance the diet to provide adequate levels of roughage, protein and other nutrients to achieve desired performance. Hi-En 14 is not designed to be a complete feed. The need for supplemental free choice mineral feeding will depend upon the kind and amount of forage being consumed.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 14.0 %
Crude Fat not less than 3.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 11.0 %
Calcium not less than 0.5 %
Calcium not more than 1.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.6 %
Salt not less than 0.25 %
Salt not more than 0.75 %
Potassium not less than 1.0 %
Selenium not less than 0.1 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 400 IU/lb
Feedlot Balancer (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef feedlot cattle mineral and vitamin supplement.

Feeding Directions
Feedlot Balancer is a vitamin and mineral containing product to be fed to cattle when fed diets where no supplemental protein is needed. Feed Feedlot Balancer at a rate of 1/3 to 1/2 lb/hd/day depending on the minerals needed to balance the diet.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Calcium not less than 26.0 %
Calcium not more than 28.0 %
Salt not less than 13.0 %
Salt not more than 15.0 %
Cobalt not less than 10 ppm
Copper not less than 750 ppm
Iodine not less than 140 ppm
Manganese not less than 1,200 ppm
Selenium not less than 10.8 ppm
Zinc not less than 2,900 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 80,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 8,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 200 IU/lb
Thiamine not less than 200 mg/lb
Beef Balancer (Click here to open a window and print.)
For feedlot cattle.

Feeding Directions
Feed Beef Balancer in accordance with the drug premix being used in final product. Mix thoroughly with other ration components prior to feeding. All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 8.0 %
Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 11.0 %
Calcium not less than 8.0 %
Calcium not more than 9.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.35 %
Salt not less than 5.0 %
Salt not more than 6.0 %
Potassium not less than 0.6 %
Cobalt not less than 9 ppm
Copper not less than 600 ppm
Iodine not less than 110 ppm
Manganese not less than 875 ppm
Selenium not less than 8.6 ppm
Zinc not less than 2400 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 80,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 8,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 200 IU/lb
Beef Grower 50-25 (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef Feedlot Cattle Supplement.

Feeding Directions
BEEF GROWER 50-25 is designed to be fed to growing or backgrounding cattle.

Feed BEEF GROWER 50-25 at the rate of 0.75 to 1.5 pounds per head per day depending on nutrient profile of other ration ingredients.

All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis. Ask your dealer and/or feed consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 50.0 %

(This includes not more than 25.0 % equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)

Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 15.0 %
Calcium not less than 5.0 %
Calcium not more than 6.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.3 %
Salt not less than 3.5 %
Salt not more than 4.5 %
Potassium not less than .75 %
Selenium not less than 5.4 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 40,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 100 IU/lb

CAUTION: DO NOT FEED TO SHEEP. For ruminant use only.
Beef Grower 38-13 (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef Feedlot Cattle Supplement.

Feeding Directions
BEEF GROWER 38-13 is designed to be fed to growing or backgrounding cattle.

Feed BEEF GROWER 38-13 at the rate of 1.0 to 1.5 pounds per head per day.

All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis. Contact your feed representative for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 38.0 %

(This includes not more than 13.0% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)

Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 15.0 %
Calcium not less than 5.0 %
Calcium not more than 6.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.3 %
Salt not less than 3.5 %
Salt not more than 4.5 %
Potassium not less than 0.75 %
Selenium not less than 5.4 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 40,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 100 IU/lb

CAUTION: For ruminant use only. DO NOT FEED TO SHEEP.
Beef Grower 38 (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef Feedlot Cattle Supplement.

Feeding Directions
BEEF GROWER 38 is designed to be fed to growing or backgrounding cattle.

Feed BEEF GROWER 38 at the rate of 1.0 to 1.5 pounds per head per day.

All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis. Contact your feed representative for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 38.0 %
Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 15.0 %
Calcium not less than 5.0 %
Calcium not more than 6.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.3 %
Salt not less than 3.5 %
Salt not more than 4.5 %
Potassium not less than 0.75 %
Selenium not less than 5.4 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 40,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 100 IU/lb
CAUTION: DO NOT FEED TO SHEEP.
Beef Grower 32-11 (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef Feedlot Cattle Supplement.

Feeding Directions

BEEF GROWER 32-11 is designed to be fed to growing or backgrounding cattle.

Feed BEEF GROWER 32-11 at the rate of 1.0 to 1.5 pounds per head daily. Ask your dealer and/or CHS NUTRITION feed consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 32.0 %

(This includes not more than 11.0 % equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)


Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 15.0 %
Calcium not less than 5.0 %
Calcium not more than 6.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.3 %
Salt not less than 3.5 %
Salt not more than 4.5 %
Potassium not less than 0.75 %
Selenium not less than 5.4 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 40,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 100 IU/lb

CAUTION: DO NOT FEED TO SHEEP. For ruminant use only.
Beef Grower 32 (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef Feedlot Cattle Supplement.

Feeding Directions
BEEF GROWER 32 is designed to be fed to growing or backgrounding cattle.

Feed BEEF GROWER 32 at the rate of 0.5 to 1.5 pounds per head daily.

All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis. Contact your feed representative for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 32.0 %
Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 15.0 %
Calcium not less than 5.0 %
Calcium not more than 6.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.3 %
Salt not less than 3.5 %
Salt not more than 4.5 %
Potassium not less than 0.75 %
Selenium not less than 5.4 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 40,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 100 IU/lb

CAUTION: DO NOT FEED TO SHEEP.
Beef Grower 20-7 (Click here to open a window and print.)
For Feedlot Cattle.

Feeding Directions
BEEF GROWER 20-7 is designed to be fed to growing or backgrounding cattle.

Feed BEEF GROWER 20-7 at the rate of 1.0 to 1.5 pounds per head per day.

All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis. Ask your dealer and/or feed consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 20.0 %

(This includes not more than 7.0% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)


Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 15.0 %
Calcium not less than 5.0 %
Calcium not more than 6.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.3 %
Salt not less than 3.5 %
Salt not more than 4.5 %
Potassium not less than 0.75 %
Selenium not less than 5.4 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 40,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 100 IU/lb

CAUTION: DO NOT FEED TO SHEEP. For ruminant use only.
Beef Grower 20 (Click here to open a window and print.)
For Feedlot Cattle.

Feeding Directions
BEEF GROWER 20 is designed to be fed to growing or backgrounding cattle.

Feed BEEF GROWER 20 at the rate of 1.0 to 1.5 pounds per head per day.

All ration changes should be made on a gradual basis. Ask your dealer and/or feed consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein not less than 20.0 %
Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 15.0 %
Calcium not less than 5.0 %
Calcium not more than 6.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.75 %
Salt not less than 3.5 %
Salt not more than 4.5 %
Potassium not less than 0.75 %
Selenium not less than 5.4 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 40,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 4,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 100 IU/lb

CAUTION: DO NOT FEED TO SHEEP.
Head Start
Beef cattle starter feed. (Click here to open a window and print.)

Feeding Directions
Head Start is especially designed to be fed when starting cattle in the feedlot. It combines roughage, grain and supplement in a total ration.

Gradually adjust animals to full feed of Head Start. The target feeding rate should be 10 to 15 pounds per head per day depending on animal size. In an effort to minimize management problems, cattle on full feed may receive approximately 10% good quality grass hay in the ration.

Dividing the daily feed into two equal feedings is suggested. It is strongly recommended that this product be bunk fed. Adapting cattle to self-feeders requires additional management to reduce risk of bloat and other digestive disturbances. Because of this, self-feeding is a producer risk.

After the starting period, cattle should be switched to the roughage, grain and supplement which will be used for the balance of the feeding period.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein not less than 13.0 %
Crude Fat not less than 1.0 %
Crude Fiber not more than 22.0 %
Calcium not less than 0.5 %
Calcium not more than 1.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.4 %
Salt not less than 0.25 %
Salt not more than 0.75 %
Potassium not less than 1.0 %
Selenium not less than 0.25 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 6,500 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 650 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 40 IU/lb
Head Start LF (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef cattle starter feed.

Feeding Directions
Head Start LF is a versatile feed for stressed (weaning and/or starting) calves. It is a specially formulated product that provides proper levels of energy, protein, vitamins and minerals for stressed calves when used as a complete feed for lightweight feeder calves or when limit-fed with forage to larger (500-650 pound) calves.

Head Start LF should be bunk fed at the rate of 5.0 to 7.0 pounds per head per day. Head Start LF should not be fed in a self-feeder.

Calves less than 400 pounds: Head Start LF is formulated such that it can be fed as a complete feed to both early-weaned beef calves and young dairy-beef calves. In an effort to minimize management problems, calves should be offered good quality hay along with Head Start LF. Calves should have equal access so that the total ration composition (proportion of Head Start LF to hay) is consistent each day.

Calves 500 to 650 Pounds: For this size cattle, Head Start LF is designed to be fed with good quality grass hay at a rate of 5-7 lbs./hd/day. Head Start LF should be bunk-fed and evenly distributed in the bunk with adequate space for all calves to have equal access at time of feeding.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein not less than 16.0 %
Crude Fat not less than 1.5 %
Crude Fiber not more than 15.0 %
Calcium not less than 0.9 %
Calcium not more than 1.4 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.5 %
Salt not less than 0.45 %
Salt not more than 0.95 %
Potassium not less than 0.8 %
Selenium not less than 0.5 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 13,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 1,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 80 IU/lb
First Response Starter Supplement (Click here to open a window and print.)
Beef feedlot cattle supplement.

Feeding Directions
First Response Starter Supplement is especially designed to be fed when starting cattle in the feedlot. Feed this product at the rate of 1.5 to 2.0 pounds per head per day. First Response Starter Supplement is intended to be used in starting feedlot programs.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein not less than 38.0 %

(This includes not more than 8.0% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen.)

Crude Fat not less than 1.5 %
Crude Fiber not more than 8.0 %
Calcium not less than 3.0 %
Calcium not more than 4.0 %
Phosphorus not less than 0.8 %
Salt not less than 1.75 %
Salt not more than 2.25 %
Potassium not less than 2.25 %
Selenium not less than 1.25 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 35,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 3,500 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 250 IU/lb
Thiamine not less than 60 mg/lb
Copper not less than 145 ppm
Zinc not less than 500 ppm
First Response Stress Mineral (Click here to open a window and print.)
For cattle on pasture.

Feeding Directions
First Response Stress Mineral is designed to be fed to beef and dairy cattle in selenium-deficient areas. It is especially recommended for weaned calves, stressed cattle, or newly received cattle.

First Response Stress Mineral may be fed either free choice or mixed with other feed for the first 21 days. When feeding free choice, a covered mineral feeder is recommended to protect the mineral from the weather. Do not feed additional free choice salt. First Response Stress Mineral contains an adequate level of supplemental salt. Fresh, clean water should be available at all times.

Consumption will vary with the type of ration being fed and the individual appetites of animals. With most feeding conditions, consumption should be 2.5 ounces per head daily.

Contact your local CHS nutrition consultant for assistance in planning a feeding program to meet your specific needs.

Contains Xtra-Dry®-a weatherizing agent.

Guaranteed Analysis

Calcium not less than 10.0 %
Calcium not more than 11.5 %
Phosphorus not less than 7.0 %
Salt not less than 18.0 %
Salt not more than 21.0 %
Magnesium not less than 2.75 %
Cobalt not less than 25 ppm
Copper not less than 2,800 ppm
Iodine not less than 185 ppm
Manganese not less than 4,200 ppm
Selenium not less than 20.0 ppm
Zinc not less than 9,000 ppm
Vitamin A not less than 300,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D not less than 30,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E not less than 600 IU/lb
Thiamine not less than 700 mg/lb