Goat Products

Goat Products

Kent goat feeds provide the nutrition to support good herd health, prolific reproduction, and efficient gains.

STARTERS


Kent goat starter feed offers the nutrition to get your kids off to a strong healthy start.

18% Goat Developer 20R

A complete pelleted goat feed for creep feeding kids. This product is formulated to bring out the genetic potential of rapid gains in goats.

Feeding Directions
Feed continuously as the sole ration to goats.

Warning: Do not feed to sheep due to their copper sensitivity.

Guaranteed Analysis

Active Drug Ingredient

Monensin

20 g/ton

Crude Protein, min (This includes not more than 1.8% equivalent crude protein from non-protein nitrogen. NPN from Ammonium Chloride.)

18.0%

Crude Fat, min

3.0%

Crude Fiber, max

13.0%

Calcium (Ca), min

0.8%

Calcium (Ca), max

1.3%

Phosphorus (P), min

0.3%

Salt (NaCl), min

0.7%

Salt (NaCl), max

1.2%

Potassium (K), min

1.0%

Copper (Cu), min

17 ppm

Copper (Cu), max

110 ppm

Manganese (Mn), min

110 ppm

Manganese (Mn), min

Zinc (Zn), min

110 ppm

Selenium (Se), min

0.3 ppm

Vitamin A, min

10,000 IU/lb

Vitamin D3, min

2000 IU/lb

Vitamin E, min

25 IU/lb

MINERALS

Kent minerals provide proper levels of highly bioavailable sources of calcium, phosphorus, trace minerals, and vitamins.

Goat Mineral

Minerals to be used in either pasture or dry lot for goats.

Feeding Directions
Free-choice Goat Mineral in a dry, clean, fresh area to goats on pasture or in dry lot. Recommended intake of Goat Mineral is 1/2 to 3/4 ounce per head per day depending on the size of goats and quality of pasture or roughage.

Caution: Do not feed to pygmy goats or sheep due to their copper sensitivity.

Guaranteed Analysis

Calcium (Ca), min

16.2%

Calcium (Ca), max

19.4%

Phosphorus (P), min

8.0%

Salt (NaCl), min

21.5%

Salt (NaCl), max

25.8%

Magnesium (Mg), min

1.0%

Potassium (K), min

0.1%

Copper (Cu), min

1000 ppm

Manganese (Mn), min

3500 ppm

Selenium (Se), min

40 ppm

Zinc (Zn), min

3500 ppm

Vitamin A, min

300,000 IU/lb

Vitamin D3, min

70,000 IU/lb

Vitamin E, min

500 IU/lb