The Best Tub Prices of the Year

Sep 14, 2022


Purina Mineral Tub

Purina Tub Booking Promotion

The best tub prices of the year are here! Save money and have the opportunity to earn an Eddie Bauer vest, tumbler, or a Wisconsin Badger football ticket and tailgate package. From now until November 4th, booking select Purina livestock tubs can help you earn prizes and take advantage of quantity discounts.

Available tubs:

Beef:

  • Rangeland™ 25
    • 25% CP (better quality roughages)
  • Rangeland™ 30
    • 13 – 30%CP (low quality roughages)
  • W&R AS 4 Mineral
    • Complete Minerals & Vitamins
  • AR HI FAT TUB
    • 10% Fat Hi Energy (poor forages)

Beef & Dairy:

  • Purina Stress
    • Mineral, Vitamin, Availa 4 & Diamond V Yeast

Dairy:

  • Dairyland Dry Cow 
    • Hi Vitamins & Trace Minerals
  • Heifersmart Protein/Mineral
    • Growing replacement heifers

Other (Cattle, Horse, Sheep):

  • Rangeland All Stock™
    • 15% CP- no added copper
Redeemable at All Premier Cooperative Feed Locations. All tubs that are not taken by March 10th, will be delivered by March 31st, 2022. Quantity not limited. No cash value. Booking period August 22nd through November 4th.


Learn more today by calling 608.987.3100 or contacting your local Premier nutritionist!

Doug Noble

Animal Nutritionist
 

 

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