14% Cattlemen’s Creep 3/8″

14% Cattlemen’s Creep 3/8″Product Code: 0213

For birth to weaning and weaned beef cattle on pasture.

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  • Crude Protein, min:                   14.00%
  • Crude Fat, min:                           3.00%
  • Crude Fiber, max:                      12.00%
  • Calcium (Ca), min:                       1.75%
  • Calcium (Ca), max:                      2.25%
  • Phosphorus (P), min:                   0.62%
  • Salt (NaCl), min:                         0.75%
  • Salt (NaCl), max:                         1.25%
  • Potassium (K), min:                     1.00%


Processed Grain By-Products, Plant Protein Products, Roughage Products, Molasses Products, Magnesium Mica, Calcium Carbonate, and Salt.


For pre-weaned and weaned cattle, feed up to 2% of bodyweight along with hay or other roughages. Introduce feed at the rate of 2 to 3 lbs. per head per day. Gradually increase feed to desired intake or weight gain. Allow at least five days for animals to adjust to new ration. Provide adequate bunk space for each animal and a source of fresh, clean water at all times.

In groups of cattle, animals can experience digestive disturbances from over-eating feed. Poor feeding practices, weather changes and enterotoxemia can result in erratic feed consumption and increase the incidence of digestive problems. Always follow directions and good management practices.


  • A palatable supplement that is easily consumed and will get full intake to meet the nutritional needs of the cattle.
  • Pellet form which is convenient and assures adequate intake plus eliminates cattle from sorting or selecting feed.
  • Increased potential income from less weaning stress, shrink and death loss when creep feeding cattle.
  • Potential advantage at weaning time for more pounds of calf weaned per cow bred, plus more uniform gains.
  • Creep fed cattle can withstand stresses and sickness better, ship better and go on feed more smoothly at the feedlot.
  • Increased average daily gain where forage quality and protein is lacking.