If you're looking for Quail Pellets, Duck Feed or Goose feed, then look no further. Farm and Pet Place have a great selection with low cost and quick delivery. We stock Goose and Duck Pellets from a huge range of brands including Heygates, Allen and Page and our own quality brand - Dr Green.
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The Dr Green Duck and Goose Mix is a complete feed for Ducks and Geese and is also suitable for pheasants and poultry. Why should you feed your poultry Dr Green Duck and Goose Mix? The Dr. Green Duck and Goose Mix is made from quality ingredients and is perfect for distributing around the yard for your chickens to forage, keeping them busy and entertained. It not only keeps them busy, but increases their exercise to ease boredom, as stress can have a detrimental effect on hens causing them to pull their feathers out. This feed can also be fed in any type of feeder. Poultry do not have any teeth and need the correct grit to break down the fibre in their food. Therefore, it is essential that some form of insoluble grit is provided as the better the food is chewed and absorbed the better quality of chicken you will end up with. This Dr Green Duck and Goose Mix will keep your chickens happy and active and coming back for more. The Dr Green Duck and Goose Mix is suitable for Ducks and Geese and is also suitable for pheasants and poultry. Where should the Duck and Goose Mix be kept? This feed should be kept in a cool and dry area away from pests. A storage bin would be perfect and would allow you to take out easy scoops to scatter around for the birds. What is the composition of the Dr Green Duck and Goose Mix? Wheat, Kibbled Maize, Flaked Maize, Flaked Barley, Flaked Wheat, Kibbled Peas, Naked oats, Flaked Soya, Barley, Soya Oil. Analytical Constituents of the Dr. Green Duck and Goose Mix: Oil: 3.00% Protein: 12.50% Fibre: 4.00% Ash: 5.00% Available Sizes: 5kg and 15kg
Marriages Duck & Goose Starter Crumbs - 20kg. The marriages duck & goose starter crumbs are ideally sized and low in dust to allow easy feeding for the young birds and helps stop wastage. The starter crumbs should be fed up to three or four weeks of age, depending on development. It contains a high quality, high specification vitamin and mineral package. Young waterfowl require a high level of good quality protein, as they grow quickly. The crumbs are ideally sized to allow easy feeding for the young birds. Ducklings/goslings will feed off their yolk sac for 24 hours.
Duck and goose grower pellets. Ingredients: Wheat 43.2%, Wheatfeed 15%, Hipro soya 10.7%, Barley 7.5%, Maize gluten 6%, Sunflower extract 5%, Peas 5%, Rapemeal 2.5%, Beans 2.5%, Minerals 2.2%, Vegetable vat 1.1%, Vitamins 0.5%, Methionine 0.3%. Analysis: Oil 3.2%, Protein 18%, Fibre 5.2%, Ash 5.8%, Vit A 10,000iu/kg, Vit D3 3000iu/kg, Vit E 15iu/kg, Moisture 14%, Copper 25mg/kg.
Why use Marriages Duck and Goose Finisher? This feed is a complete compound feed for ducks and geese. This nutritious food has carefully sourced ingredients and is full of vitamins and minerals for strong and healthy growth. The finisher pellets are rich in wheat which is a good source of energy and is ideal for keeping ducks and geese nice and cosy in the colder months. Wheat is high in protein and the amino acids lysine and tryptophan. Calcium and phosphorus have also been added for bone strength. Feeding Guide for Duck and Goose Pellets: Only put out as much feed as the birds will eat in one or two days. Ducks and geese do not have any teeth and need the correct grit to break down the fibre in their food. It is crucial that some form of insoluble grit is provided as the easier the food is chewed and absorbed the healthier your birds will be. Fresh water should always be made available. Store in a cool, dry place. These pellets should not be fed to ruminants such as sheep or cattle. What type of feeder should the pellets be put in? The Marriages Duck and Goose Finisher Pellets can be fed in any type of feeder. It is vital that the feeder is cleaned frequently using an appropriate disinfectant. It is also a good idea to move the feeder regularly. Features: No chemicals or fillers Complete compound food Carefully sourced ingredients Balanced vitamins and minerals
Breeder pelllets for geese and ducks. Ingredients: Wheat, wheat feed, expelled soya, calcium carbonate, soya, expelled linseed, sodium chloride, maize, grass meal, di-calcium phosphate, salt, vitamins and minerals, natural vitamins, actigen. Analysis: Protein 16%, Fibre 5%, Moisture 13%, Oil 4.5%, Ash 12%, Methionine 0.3%, Vit A 15000iu/kg, Vit D3 3000iu/kg, Vit E 110iu/kg.
Finisher pellets for geese and ducks. A COMPLETE FEED for feeding to GROWING WATERFOWL The Lysine and Methionine in this feed are from natural sources – synthetic amino acids are not used in this feed. Instructions for use: Feed ad lib from 3-5 weeks old (about 170-200g per duck per day depending on its size or 125-150g for geese together with plenty of grass). Introduce a new feed gradually over 7 to 10 days to help a smooth change over. This feed should be fed with ad lib fresh water. Composition: Wheat, Wheat Feed, Linseed, Field Beans, Maize, Maize Gluten, Calcium Carbonate, Di-calcium Phosphate, Salt, Seaweed, Yeast, Fructo-oligosaccharides, Mannan-oligosaccharides, Marigold Flowers Nutritional Additives (per kg) Vitamins: Vitamin A (3a672a): 6.7k iu; Vitamin D3 (3a671) 2k iu; Vitamin E (3a700) 29mg Trace elements: Iron: 9mg (Iron (II) Sulphate Monohydrate) (3b103) Zinc: 19mg (Zinc Oxide) (3b603) Manganese: 22mg (Manganous Oxide) (3b502) Iodine: 0.47mg (Calcium Iodate Anhydrous) (3b202) Selenium: 0.1mg (Sodium Selenite) (3b801) Analytical Constituents Crude Protein: 15.0% Crude Oils and Fats: 4.0% Crude Fibre: 4.5% Crude Ash: 6.0% Calcium: 0.8% Sodium: 0.16% Phosphorous: 0.6% Lysine: 0.60% Methionine: 0.3% • This feed is drug free and does not contain Coccidiostats. • Smallholder Range only source identity preserved (Hard IP) Non-GM ingredients. • Smallholder Range feeds are made from natural ingredients which can result in the feed changing colour slightly through the seasons.
Marriages Quail Pellets is a complete compound feed for laying quails.Balanced vitamins and minerals for optimum health.This feed will help the quails lay larger eggs for longer. 2mm pellets which are ideal for the quails and highly palatable.
Mr Johnson's Wildlife Swan, Duck and Goose food is a nibbly, crunchy and healthy complementary feed for Swans, Ducks and Geese. A walk down onto the riverbank on a warm summer's day, topped off a with a picnic... sounds like pure bliss. You might even be tempted to feed some of those left over crusts to our beautiful feathered friends, swimming hungrily towards you on the water. Feeding wildfowl is important, especially during times of natural food shortage. But if you knew the harm bread could cause to these beautiful birds, you might just put them in the bin instead. Feeding wildfowl along the riverside is an incredibly popular past time for children and families. In fact, we feed a staggering six million loaves of bread a year! The bread that is left uneaten in the water deteriorates, as usual, causing a large buildup of bacteria and attracting rats and other vermin. When wildfowl continue to swim along these waters, they are opening themselves to range of bad bacteria that can cause various disabling health problems. Not only that, but bread has no nutritional value whatsoever, meaning that a diet of bread alone will prevent these birds from eating a naturally balanced diet. Fortified with vitamins and minerals, Mr Johnson's Wildlife bird feed is a much healthier alternative for birds. A combination of wheat, soya and fish meal packed into tiny crunchy balls, they are small enough be scooped up easily by their beaks, unlike bread. This feed also floats on the water, meaning less wastage for you. Vitamin A will help the function of their eyes, respiratory and digestive system. Vitamin D will protect their bones and Vitamin E will serve and an antioxidant. All of these qualities will contribute to the health and vitality of these beautiful birds. Best of all, the food is incredibly delicious to them - these peckish peckers are bound to come back for more. Let’s protect these birds and bin the bread, once and for all. Size - 750g Feeding Guide: It is safer to feed wildfowl while they are in the water, rather than while they are on the bank. Not only are the birds safer in the water but they also need to eat the food with water to aid their digestion. Scatter this feed across the surface of the water as wide as possible. This enables many birds to reach the food without over-crowding. Allow the birds to eat what has been thrown first, before throwing out any more. Composition: Wheat, wheat feed, maize, soya, fish meal, soya oil. Analytical Constituents: Crude protein 17.50%, Crude fibre 4.00%, Crude Oils and Fats 4.00%, Crude Ash 4.00%. Nutritional Additives: Vitamin A 17,000iu/kg Vitamin D3 1,500iu/kg Vitamin E 100iu/kg Copper 20mg/kg Store in a cool, dry and dark place. Place in a sealed container after opening. Not for human consumption. May contain nuts.
Most people love to feed the ducks and swans and will, more often than not, feed them bread. Whilst this is o.k., it is not that nutritious and, when left uneaten it can become mouldy which is poisonous to ducks and swans. By feeding the ducks and swans Wild Things Swan and Duck, you will be providing a nourishing and appetising supplementary food. The tiny little nuggets of yumminess are convenient and easy to use and full of Omega 3 oil fatty acids which will benefit the immune system and help fight off infections. Just pop some in your pocket to throw out into the pond. They are so light, they will float, always in sight and accessible and won’t sink to the bottom causing the water to become polluted. There will be lots of swans and ducks quacking and braying in appreciation. You will certainly be the best thing to visit the lake since sliced bread. It is essential that birds are fed all year round, not just in the winter as they need energy to get them through the different seasons for reasons such as nesting time in the spring when they also have chicks to feed. Composition: Wheat, wheatfeed, soya, whole maize, fish meal, soya oil. Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein: 18.0% Crude fibre 4.0% Crude oils and fats 4.0% Crude Ash 4.0% Additives (per kg) Nutritional additives: Vitamin A 17,000IU Vitamin D3 1,500IU Vitamin E 100mg Trace elements: Ferrous sulphate monohydrate 133mg Zinc Oxide 111mg Manganese oxide 40mg Cupric sulphate pentahydrate 20mg Calcium iodate anhydrous 1.63mg Sodium selenite 0.22mg Antioxidants
Fenland Waterfowl Pellets are formulated to provide a complete balanced maintenance diet for all types of adult and laying ducks, geese and waterfowl. They provide essential nutrients to promote good health and well-being in the bird as well as supporting egg production. Their quality protein is important for tissue and feather production and vital for egg development, whilst wheat provides natural carbohydrate energy and fibre. Soya oil is included as rich source of Omega 6 fatty acids to support egg production and feather quality, whilst natural plant extracts promote good yolk colour. A balance of vitamins and minerals supports health and well-being and includes Sel-Plex®, a readily available source of selenium, which is an important antioxidant and helps ensure egg shell integrity. The natural prebiotic, Bio-Moss®, is also included to optimise gut health and immune response by suppressing harmful bacteria. Feeding Recommendations - Fancy Feed Waterfowl Pellets can be fed from 18 weeks of age. - To help ensure birds receive a balanced diet, Fenland Waterfowl Pellets are best fed ad lib and not mixed with additional grain or mixed corn. - As a guide, birds should consume a minimum of 100g/day (larger birds) or 50g-85g (bantams). - A treat of Mixed Corn may be fed in the afternoon or evening. - Ensure clean fresh water is available at all times. - Birds should have access to a source of insoluble grit at all times to aid digestion.