CuPlex100

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CuPlex100

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Manufacturer: Zinpro

Copper Lysine Complex

A nutritional feed ingredient for livestock and poultry. When used as a commercial feed ingredient it must be declared as copper lysine complex.

Typical Analysis

Copper

10%

Lysine

46%

Protein

48%

Fat

0%

Fiber

0%

Ash

30%

Salt

19.5%

Physical Description

A dark blue fine powder. CuPLEX®100 weighs approximately 35 lb/cu. ft. and is packaged in 25 kg (55.1 lb) multiwall bags.

Feeding Instructions

Swine:

Sows and Boars - Add 0.2 lb (91 grams) per ton of complete diet.

Pig Starters - Add 2.0 lb (908 grams) per ton of complete diet.

Growing and Finishing Swine - Add 0.2 lb (91 grams) per ton of complete diet.

Laying Hens, Broilers and Turkeys: Add 0.5 lb (227 grams) per ton of complete diet.

Dairy Cattle: Feed 1.25 grams per head daily.

Beef Cattle: Feed 1.25 grams per head daily.

Horses: Feed 1.25 grams per head daily.

Warning

Contains high levels of copper: do NOT feed to sheep or related species.

Toxicity And Safe Handling

When used correctly, there is no toxicity hazard in the use of CuPLEX 100. Store in a clean and dry environment. Follow label directions and rotate inventory to ensure fresh product.

PI-9909

August 18, 2009

NAC No.: 11300122

ZINPRO CORPORATION
10400 VIKING DR., SUITE 240, EDEN PRAIRIE, MN, 55344-7298
Telephone:   952-983-4000
Order Desk:   800-445-6145
Fax:   952-944-2749
Website:   www.zinpro.com
Email:   zinpro@zinpro.com
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