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There’s More to Gain

Your operation is all about gain. More average daily gain. Greater gains in feed efficiency. And tangible gains in cattle health. All of which help boost your bottom line. So why let limited feed additive choices or technologies hold you back?

With Zoetis, you gain:

  • More choices — with the broadest range of feed additives on the market
  • More efficiency — to maximize performance from starter to finishing cattle
  • More support — with production specialists and nutritionists who can tailor a solution to your operation
  • More profits — by enhancing cattle health and maximizing feed efficiency and weight gains

More Feed Additives to fit your Unique Needs

No other animal health supplier offers you a broader range of cattle feed additives. You’ll find:

  • Antibiotic feed additives to help protect on-arrival cattle from sickness and treat profit-robbing disease in other production phases
  • A coccidiostat to help safeguard newly arrived cattle when they’re most vulnerable
  • Ionophores to help maximize feed efficiency and gain for higher returns per head
  • A beta agonist to dramatically boost gains when cattle are least efficient
  • The only feed additive that suppresses heat in feedlot heifers
Select a Feed Additive


As of Jan. 1, 2017, you will need a written veterinary feed directive (VFD) to incorporate certain medicated feed additives, such as AUREOMYCIN® and AUREO S 700®, into rations. We can help you make a smooth transition so you comply with the new VFD requirements.

Learn More About VFD


Have a question about feed additives? Visit the resources page for expert articles, helpful videos and technical bulletins to help you successfully incorporate feed additives into your operation.

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Control Disease and Boost Weight Gain with Feed Additives

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More feed additives to fit your needs


Veterinary Feed Directive