White Cap

Feed conversion is the key

White Cap has been specifically designed for phosphorus deficient areas of Australia to play a part in correcting mineral deficiencies in cattle & sheep. It also contains copper, cobalt, manganese, magnesium, selenium, zinc & iodine. Its primary target being Northern Australia but it’s well known to aid in other areas due to the benefits of phosphorus.

With the unique BLM 3-in-1 formulation of trace elements, amino acids & electrolytes we have been able to increase phosphorus and sulphur levels without impacting on the availability of magnesium and zinc already in our product.

Benefits of White Cap

  • Feed conversion of both dry and green feed
  • Beneficial to utilise fresh green feed
  • Aids in Phosphorus deficient areas
  • Supports rumen development in young animals
  • Assist in improving fertility & survival rates
  • Aids in tightening up calving/lambing periods with a more even drop.
  • Aids to improve the health of poorer doing livestock.
  • Ease of Application – for best results use in the water supply, but can also be mixed with feed or poured on hay.
  • High amino acid content (the building blocks of protein)
  • Readily absorbed by the rumen
  • Nil withholding period
  • 3-year shelf life

Application Methods

All Beachport Liquid Minerals products are designed for ease of use and flexibility to suit your program. The simplest most effective method for the White Cap is via the water trough using our BLM Dispenser, but it can be also used via a water tank, mixed with hay or feed. See below for further information on each application method.


  • Work out how many stock on water point: e.g.200 breeders x 50 mls = 10LTS.  (For larger mobs consider splitting the dose and treating every 3 weeks.)
  • Measure 10lts of White Cap into a clean, empty 20 ltr drum.
  • Screw the BLM Dispenser tightly onto the top of the drum.
  • Ensure the trough has been cleaned thoroughly prior to placing the floating drum and dispenser into the water to prevent the inlet on the dispenser blocking when water is being sucked back into the drum.
  • Drop the drum with dispenser into the trough, it will automatically right itself into the correct position with the stainless steel dispenser under water.
  • Let the drum move freely around the trough, the stock will not knock it out.
  • Leave the drum dispensing in the trough for at least three days then return and empty the water left in drum into trough (may be a weak tea colour)  and take drum and dispenser to another trough or back to the shed – Jobs Done!
  • Then in 6 weeks, repeat the process.


Beachport Liquid Minerals best method of application is via the water supply using the stainless steel BLM Dispenser in the water trough. The dispenser simply screws into the top of a 5, 10 or 20 ltr drum. (BLM Empty Dispenser Drums available if you need spare drums).

Drum must NOT be completely filled (i.e. 20 litres in a 20 ltr drum). There has to be air pressure in the drum for the dispenser to work correctly over its 3-day dispensing period.

Why:  When you look at the dispenser it has an inlet and an outlet that are constantly under water in the trough so the air in the drum is trapped. For every ml of Beachport liquid supplement that escapes through the outlet over the 3 days a ml of water is sucked back in through the inlet keeping the air pressure constant.  So if you put 15 litres of Beachport in a 20 ltr drum 3 days later Beachport will be replaced by 15 litres of water due to the water pressure in the drum.

Note: Ensure at least half the drum contains product or a combination of Beachport Liquid Minerals supplement product & water, to ensure flow rates are not affected.

IMPORTANT: Under no circumstances can Beachport Liquid Minerals products be mixed with other products in the water supply at the same time. This includes UREA.

  • Calculate the amount of product needed based on the number of stock being supplied by the tank.
  • Pour the required amount directly into the tank. DO NOT turn off the tank, let it fill as normal.
  • Beachport Liquid Minerals product should not be put in a tank with excessive sediment present.

Note: If multiple tanks in line ensure closest tank to stock is dosed.

  • Dose amounts remain the same.
  • You can pour the correct dose amount of liquid livestock supplement directly into the tank but ensure that the tank does not overflow. Ensure the header tank to be treated has NO leaks.
  • DO NOT turn tank supply off risking stock running out of the water. Water flow is essential to allow the White Cap to suspend in the water and clouds on movement to the outlet.
  • Mix the required amount of White Cap with 50% water that is sufficient enough to be able to evenly pour onto the hay that’s been fed out.
  • Add an extra 10% of the product to allow for wastage.
  • Dose over at least 2 applications to ensure even distribution.

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Beachport Liquid Minerals can be mixed with feed. Due to the many variables please call your local Regional Manager or our Head Office to find out the best way to fit BLM into your program.

Key times of use

White Cap can be used all year round, every 6 weeks, when animals have access to troughs. If this isn’t feasible in your operation, consider using over these key stress periods:

  • Pre-Joining: Treat 4 weeks prior to putting the sires in.
  • Late Pregnancy: Treat pre-calving/lambing. Start at least 12 weeks before calving/lambing for optimal results and continue after birthing. This will see the breeder through calving/lambing into lactation and help with recovery.
  • Sires: Start using 6 weeks prior to mating
  • Feed Conversion: for dry and green feed to maximize production.


Beachport products are NOT a daily application process. These amounts for cattle last in the animals system for 6 weeks. Therefore dose frequency is every 6 weeks.

NOTE: Depending on the individual program, frequency rates can be split evenly to suit individual properties. i.e. once every 6 weeks or split dose in half for 3 weeks or into thirds for 2 weeks. 

EXAMPLE: 600 Breeders
600 breeders x 50 mls dose
Total 30,000 mls (30 ltrs)
of White Cap for six weeks.

A breeder is a heifer you’re trying to get in calf, a cow in calf, or a cow with calf at foot to 200 kilograms is classed as a breeder unit.

DOSE RATES: Per Breeder unit
50mls per animal per 6 weeks.

EXAMPLE: 100 weaners different weights
70 x 300kg (30mls p/head) +
30 x 400kg (40mls p/head) =
2100ml + 1200ml = 3300ml (3.3Ltrs)
of White Cap
(lasts 6 weeks)

Calculated on animal’s weight.

DOSE RATES: Per head
100 – 200 kgs = 20mls
201 – 300 kgs = 30mls
301 – 400 kgs = 40mls
401kg plus = 50mls

These amounts per head are for six weeks, not daily.

DOSE RATES: Per head
0 – 100kgs
5mls per head every 2 weeks mixed with milk or feed.


Drum SizePer 50ml DosePer Year (9 Doses)
20L Drum$1.05$9.45
200L Drum$0.98$8.82
1000L IBC$0.92$8.28


Frequency Rate is once every 6 weeks via water or feed at the dose rates in the table below or as directed by a Veterinary Surgeon.


AgeDose Volume (mls)Frequency
Lambs under 30kg5 mls6 weeks
Adult Sheep10 mls 6 weeks



Drum SizePer 10ml dosePer year (9 doses)
20L Drum$0.21$1.89
200L Drum$0.20$1.80
1000L IBC$0.18$1.62

Target Analysis

Every batch of Beachport Liquid Minerals product has an individual analysis by a NATA accredited Laboratory available. The table below are the target analysis results.

Essential ElementsTarget ResultUnit

This product also contains fulvic acid & kelp/seagrass extract.

It can be used all year around as it is a feed conversion for both dry and green feed so they will get an advantage out of it. If the animal is drinking from a trough there will be an advantage.

Blue Cap is for the temperate climates of Australia. The White Cap is for sub-tropical and tropical climates where phosphorus deficiency is an issue.

The White Cap has extra phosphorus which in combination with sulphur and the ten essential amino acids and the seven essential trace elements helps with feed conversion (both dry & green ) and aids in trace element deficiency in livestock.

Green Cap has more electrolytes (Fulvic Acid) which is the best electrolyte known to man, and also high amino acid level which stimulate the rumen and calms them down.

The White Cap + Phos has all seven essential trace elements, phosphorus and sulphur, as well as all 10 essential amino acids for feed conversion and production and aids in trace element deficiencies.

If you are treating one trough (on a fence line) that waters 2 separate paddocks remember to calculate both mobs either side of the trough. In this case, the required Beachport Liquid Minerals may be more than 17-18ltrs, and then it would be recommended to split the dose and repeat the treatment every 3 weeks on this water point.

If you have a number of water troughs coming off one tank then it is OK to dose the tank with the amount of Beachport Liquid Minerals that will treat all the livestock watering from that tank via the troughs.

Beachport Liquid Minerals is a feed conversion tool, this means that animals are able to utilise anything that is going down their throats more efficiently. For example: If you were to put urea in the water at the same time as Beachport Liquid Minerals you will find that the Urea will become 60% more available. This can be quite dangerous as urea can poison stock. If you use copper blocks for algae treatment, take them out prior to putting in the BLM. Once the BLM is out of the trough (4-5 days) you can put the blocks back in the trough. Once again the copper will become more available and may poison the stock. You can use Beachport Liquid Minerals in conjunction with licks and block (containing urea) just not in the water at the same time.

Luke Carrington, Rondel Droughtmasters Winton, QLD

Our cattle travel long distances to market and the Green Cap product seems to help shorten the downtime at the other end

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Sean Dillon, Surbiton Station Alpha, QLD

There were less (if any) of the “poor doers” or straggly calves and they all appeared to be stronger, better developed calves

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Johnson Partnership Kinchela via Kempsey, NSW

All in all I’m giving this product a very big thumbs up for my herd

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