FAQs

 

Will SWEETLIX Bloat Guard Pressed Blocks harm my horses?

While SWEETLIX® Bloat Guard® Pressed Blocks are only labeled for use in cattle, they do not contain...

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Why do I see copper guarantee on a product for sheep?

Feed labeling rules dictate that all sheep products list a copper minimum and maximum if the copper level exceeds 20 ppm....

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Can I feed supplements containing chlortetracycline?

Yes, you can. However, after January 1, 2017 you will need to obtain a Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) from your veterinar...

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I bought this bag of medicated mineral and it says to mix it with non-medicated feed. Do I have to?

Yes. Medicated premixes are labeled for use in the manufacture of a medicated Type C feed that will ultimately be fed to t...

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Do I need to place my pressed block supplement in some sort of holder or feeder?

No, this is not strictly necessary. Blocks may be placed directly on the ground except in areas where they will sit in sta...

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Why don't my animals eat loose minerals?

There are many reasons why animals may not be consuming correct amounts of mineral supplement. Some of the more common rea...

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Why do minerals sometimes look different when I purchase them at different times?

Because SWEETLIX supplements contain naturally occurring feed ingredients some variations are to be expected. Slight...

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Why doesn't the dried molasses I purchased dissolve in water?

Our dried molasses products are created by spraying cane molasses onto soyhulls as a carrier. The fiber in the soyhulls pr...

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I started feeding fly control blocks/tubs/mineral a week ago, but my cattle still have flies. Why is that?

The feed-through fly control active ingredients offered by SWEETLIX, Altosid®, Clarifly® and Rabon
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What is the expiration on my block/tub/mineral?

While most of these products do not have a specific expiration date (unless so listed on the product label), we do recomme...

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