Hi-Nutra® Plus Calf Milk Replacer

Hi-Nutra® Plus Calf Milk Replacer
Hi-Nutra® Plus Calf Milk Replacer
Hi-Nutra® Plus Calf Milk Replacer
Hi-Nutra® Plus Calf Milk Replacer
Hi-Nutra® Plus Calf Milk Replacer
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Hi-Nutra® Plus Calf Milk Replacer provides complete and balanced nutrition needed for immune system support and optimal performance in young calves. Formulated with a 20%...Read More

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude protein, min.20.00%
Crude fat, min.20.00%
Ash, max.10.00%
Calcium, min.0.75%
Calcium, max. 1.25%
Phosphorus, min.0.70%
Sodium, max.2.00%
Vitamin A, min.30,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D3, min.10,000 IU/b
Vitamin E, min.150 IU/lb
Total bacteria*, min.0.35 BCFU*/lb.

(Bacillus licheniformis, Bacillus subtilis)
*shown as billion CFU/lb
Contains a source of live (viable) microorganisms.

Dried Whey Product, Dried Whey, Animal Fat (preserved with BHA and BHT), Dried Whey Protein Concentrate, Animal Plasma, Lecithin, L-Lysine, Calcium Carbonate, DL-Methionine, Calcium Silicate, L-threonine, Hydrolyzed Yeast, Brewers Dried Yeast, Natural and Artificial Flavor, Vitamin E Supplement, Choline Chloride, Ascorbic Acid, Ethoxylated Mono and Diglycerides, Propylene Glycol, Dried Bacillus licheniformis Fermentation Product, Dried Bacillus subtilis Fermentation Product, Vitamin A Supplement, Ferrous Sulfate, Selenium Yeast, Manganese Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Dried Skimmed Milk, Niacin Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate, Folic Acid, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Biotin, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (source of vitamin K activity), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Thiamine Mononitrate, Copper Sulfate, Ethylenediamine Dihydroiodide, Cobalt Sulfate.

Not for human consumption. Wash hands after feeding/handling animals. Wash feed/water containers after use.

Product Sizes 
9 lb. pouch
50 lb. bag


Add 12 ounces of milk replacer powder (about three scoops with the included scoop) to 2 quarts warm water (115-120 °F). Mix thoroughly with wire whisk. The enclosed cup holds approximately 4 ounces of dry milk replacer powder. Weigh powder for best results. Cool milk replacer solution to body temperature (102-105 °F) before feeding. After mixing powder with water, refrigerate extra milk replacer solution promptly and use within 24 hours after warming to a feeding temperature of 102-105 °F.

For large breed calves (120 lbs. bodyweight): Fill 2-quart bottle to the rim with 2.3 quarts of milk replacer solution and feed twice daily per calf. Adjust feeding rates for small breed calves. Always offer clean, free-choice water. 

Every animal is an individual. The amount fed may need to be adjusted to support optimal body condition and growth. Animals may need an additional feeding of non-medicated milk replacer or energy supplement during cold weather. Consult your veterinarian or animal nutritionist if you have questions. 

Important note for newborn calf care: Colostrum is the first milk from the cow following birth, providing nutrients that are essential to the calf’s health and growth. Newborns should receive colostrum in the first day of life, before feeding milk replacer. Feed large breed calves 4 quarts of clean, high-quality colostrum as soon as possible after birth, preferably within the first 2 hours and again 12 hours later. Begin feeding milk replacer on day 2. Adjust feeding rates for small breeds. 

If maternal colostrum is not available use a powdered, high-quality colostrum replacer. If maternal colostrum is in short supply, use a powdered colostrum supplement and mix into colostrum according to label directions. For calves that develop scours (diarrhea) or need support during hot weather or other times of stress, feed an electrolyte supplement between milk feedings.

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