Vita Charge® Stress Tub

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Kevin Evans, Thaler Land and Livestock

“The Vita Charge Stress Tubs at weaning have helped get calves eating quicker and stay healthy throughout the entire process. The Concept•Aid Protein Tubs were used for fall grazing and not only did the cows look exceptional grazing dormant forage, but the consumption was spot on where it needed to be. All in all, we have found a product for every aspect of the operation and every season of the year and could not be happier with the continued successful results we have had.”

Kevin Evans, Thaler Land and Livestock

“T“Health is the biggest benefit to the mineral. We don’t have feet issues here. Our health program is pretty good. We don’t have calves to treat that get sick at weaning, when the stress and sickness really tend to show up. With the Vita Charge® Stress Tubs, calves stay on feed and stay hydrated to keep cattle low stress at weaning. After using the Vita Charge® Stress Tub HEAT®, I will use those again to wean on. With the extreme heat, no rain and not a lot of shade, I could tell these tubs just helped reduce the heat stress, and they went to water and ate with no problems during what is the most stressful times in their lives.”

A cooked tub for beef cattle that supports digestive health and promotes feed and water intake during times of stress and recovery. Now includes a heat tolerant probiotic to work synergistically with Amaferm® to replenish and stimulate gut bacteria. Conveniently allows beef cattle to get their daily dose of Vita Charge® without additional handling.



  • Amaferm, a precision-based prebiotic that impacts intake, feed digestibility and nutrient absorption to help combat stress and support the animal's own immune system.
  • Convenient, go-to product for recovery.
  • MOS to trap and expel pathogens, limiting their ability to do harm.
  • Allows beef cattle to get their daily dose of Vita Charge without additional handling.
  • Heat tolerant Bacillus spores that act as a probiotic to help restore the gut microbiome during times of stress.


Feed at the rate of 0.25-0.5 lb. per head, per day. Provide 1 tub for approximately every 5-15 head. Free-choice salt should be provided.


  • Sheep


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