An intake modifying technology supplement for cattle on grass. A non-salt limiting meal supplement, that when fed according to recommendations, balances the nutritional deficiencies in fair-quality forages (native or improved grass, hay) or poor-quality forage (dormant grasses or crop residues). Designed for the cow, heifer development, growing stockers or yearlings, bull conditioning prior to breeding, bull development and even creep feeding.
Customize rations for different classes of cattle (calves, stockers, bulls, heifers, or cows) and program or performance needs using the same base product.
IM Intake Modifying Technology® causes cattle to consume multiple small snacks daily of the supplement, which optimizes the flow of nutrients to the digestive system, thereby increasing forage intake, overall utilization and cattle performance.
Convenience – Peace of Mind
Improves forage utilization
Our research shows a 15-20% increase in grazing time and forage intake for cattle on Accuration® supplement versus a conventional hand-fed supplement. So you more effectively utilize your greatest resource—your grass or hay.
Our research shows a 15-20% increase in grazing time and forage intake for cattle on Accuration® versus a conventional hand-fed supplement. So you more effectively utilize your greatest resource—your grass or hay.
Limits intake effectively – Saves Feeding Cost
Because Accuration® supplement is offered to cattle free-choice in self-feeders, it is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. This decreases delivery cost of supplementation (labor & vehicle cost) compared to hand feeding on a daily or every other day basis.
Over 30 years of Purina® research has gone into the formulation of Accuration® so that it will dependably control intake based on forage quality and the cattle’s nutritional requirements.
Cattle get the nutrition they need every day.
Because Accuration® supplement intake is driven by forage quality and cattle requirements, cattle will consume it to provide the nutrition they need when things such as forage quality, weather, stress, and the stage of production changes. Intake changes, but performance stays constant.