Ranch-Way Feeds



Ranch-O-Lyx 20% AN All-Stock Tub is a cooked, low-moisture, molasses-based protein, vitamin, and mineral supplement tub for all species.  The protein and energy sources of this product are derived from molasses, corn syrup, dried distiller’s grains with solubles (DDGS), corn gluten meal and soy oil.  Ranch-O-Lyx 20% AN All-Stock Tub is a supplement designed for self-feeding situations where cattle, horses, sheep, goats, and camelids are grazed in common pastures.  This tub is formulated to deliver all of the supplemental nutrition livestock need in one “package,” therefore no additional mineral supplementation is required (see feeding instructions below).  As a rule of thumb, for every 1 lb of Ranch-O-Lyx 20% AN All-Stock Tub offered, ~3 oz of Ranch-Way’s Ranch-O-Min vitamins and minerals is provided (with the exception of copper). 

NOTE: Horses and Cattle have a copper requirement, therefore horses and cattle not receiving copper supplementation will become copper deficient on this tub.  If you are seeking a tub for horses or cattle, we recommend the Ranch-O-Lyx 20 AN Beef Cow Tub w/Availa.

Features and Benefits:

  • Elevated zinc level to address chronic zinc deficiencies in the forage, common in the High Plains and Rocky Mountain region.
  • Modest selenium levels to compensate for the elevated forage selenium that may prevail on some ranches.
  • Cobalt is added to support healthy rumen microbial function and B12 production.
  • Elevated iodine to support hoof health.
  • Aggressive Vitamin A fortification to offset the deficiency of Vitamin A typical of dormant and droughts-stressed forages.

Ranch-O-Lyx 20 AN All-Stalk Tub is available in either a 60 lb plastic tub with a lid or 200 lb plastic tub container.


Target intake is consistent and reliable when fed in accordance with these feeding directions:

Feed continuously to cattle, sheep, goats, camelids and horses on pasture at the rate of one container for every 10 to 20 head, with a minimum of two containers in each lot or pasture to ensure proper accessibility.  Cattle and horses typically consume from 0.5 to 1.5 lbs per head per day.  Sheep, goats, and camelids typically consume between 2 to 4 ounces per head per day.   A 10 day supply may be put out at one time. Make sure animals are not starved for salt or minerals prior to introducing tubs.  It is critical that animals have adequate pasture or forage available to meet their energy needs (most livestock require ~1.5% of their BW per day in dry-matter intake for maintenance).  If pasture and/or roughage supply is inadequate to meet the energy demands for growth, gestation, lactation, or to maintain proper body condition, then supplemental grain or roughage should be provided.  Provide free-choice access to plain white salt prior to and during feeding tubs.  Always provide clean, fresh water. 

A two-week adaptation period may be required to establish a base consumption. If  consumption is low, increase the number of tubs per pasture and place containers near loafing areas and water source.  Consumption can be regulated by increasing or decreasing the number of containers available to livestock.  If consumption is high, decrease the number of tubs per pasture and spread containers out over a wider area.  Consumption will depend on the size and age of animals fed, and will vary with the type and quality of forage available; if livestock have access to an adequate supply of forage they are not likely to over consume this product.  Livestock maintained in a dry-lot or paddock scenario and/or that have limited access to forage will over-consume this product out of boredom or hunger; tubs are typically not the correct protein supplementation in these scenarios.  Target intake is consistent and reliable when fed in accordance with these feeding directions.


Care should be taken to minimize additional copper from forage, water or other feed stuffs available to sheep. All multi-species feeds leave nutritional gaps due to differences in nutritional requirements of each species. When feeding this, or any other mutli-species feed, it is recommended that a species-specific mineral supplement be fed.


  • Crude Protein, min20.0 %
  • Crude Fat, min3.0 %
  • Crude Fiber, max5.0 %
  • Calcium, min2.0 %
  • Calcium, max2.5 %
  • Phosphorus, min1.0 %
  • Salt, minnone added %
  • Potassium, min1.0 %
  • Magnesium, min2.0 %
  • Zinc, min1,500 ppm
  • Chelated Zinc, min375 ppm
  • Manganese, min1,000 ppm
  • Copper, minnone added ppm
  • Selenium, min4.4 ppm
  • Cobalt, min7.2 ppm
  • Iodine, min50 ppm
  • Vitamin A, min100,000 IU/lb
  • Vitamin D, min10,000 IU/lb
  • Vitamin E, min100 IU/lb

Molasses Products, Processed Grain By-Products, Plant Protein Products, Dicalcium Phosphate, Magnesium Oxide, Vegetable Oil, Calcium Carbonate, Zinc Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Zinc Amino Acid Complex, Sodium Selenite, Vitamin E Supplement, Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Calcium Idoate, Cobalt Carbonate.