BONE PHOSPHATE, LABUDDE

Posted by on Jan 8, 2014

LaBudde Bone Phosphate is the residue of bones that have been treated first in a caustic solution then in a hydrochloric acid solution, and thereafter precipitated with lime and dried.

 

 

 

 

 

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STORAGE & HANDLING:

LaBudde Bone Phosphate is delivered in 50 lb valve-packed paper bags. It is palletized and shrink wrapped for ease of handling and should be stored in a cool, dry environment.

 

FEEDING & USAGE:

LaBudde Bone Phosphate should be added to livestock rations to balance for calcium and phosphorus needs according to the specific ration.

 

TYPICAL ANALYSIS:

Phosphorus 18.5 % min

Calcium 22.0 % min

Calcium 25.0 % max

Fluorine 0.05 % max

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