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Look after your peckish girls with one of their favourite feasts of yummy Dr Green Whole Maize. The Maize is a complementary food and can be fed as a scratch feed or in a separate feeder. Your girls are really going to enjoy having a good old peck and forage in the yard, 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. Poultry will delight in this heavenly feed which should be available in the afternoon as a treat to munch after they have eaten the pellets or mash offered in the morning so that they do not fill themselves with it in preference to the fully balanced food. Maize should only be considered a treat and only a handful should be thrown in late afternoon. This amazing food will provide your poultry with lots of energy keeping them fit and healthy. The brightly coloured yellow Maize contains a lot of fat and is ideal for feeding in the colder months to keep your girls nice and cosy. Suitable for all poultry to include hens, ducks, geese, turkeys and guinea fowl (but not chicks). Please note that feeding hens too much maize will make them fat and fat hens don't lay eggs. The feed should be kept dry and in a cool area.
Dr Green Bran 20kg. Ingredients: 100% Wheat bran. Analysis: Fibre 12%. Bran is an important part of many horse's diets. Horse owners feed bran for many reasons, some for laxative reasons, other serve it hot to warm up the horses in the colder months. If your horse is a fussy eater and you struggle to get them to eat the good food they need, adding bran may be a good idea. Horses love the taste and when it is mixed with other feeds can disguise the flavour of the foods they don't like. It is important that your horse gets a healthy balanced diet. Bran should always be used a part of a balanced diet. As with all animal feed, it should be stored in a dry, cool area away from sunlight. A food storage container would be perfect.
Unmolassed Sugar Beet Pellets Sugar beet pellets are vegetable matter, which are high in digestible fibre, high energy, and low protein. Sugar beets are processed for sugar, and once the sugar is extracted it leaves sugar beet pulp. The sugar pulp is then processed into pellets, making it easier to handle. Beet pellets are a great food supplement for the diet of horses, cattle, sheep, and goats. They are especially useful for under weight animals, due to their high calorie/energy content. Beet pellets are dried and due to this dehydrated state, it is advisable that they are soaked (completely submerged) in water for at least 15 - 30 minutes prior to feeding or until properly softened. Soaking can help reduce the sugar content of the pellets. The soaking process and access to water for the animals, will ensure they do not become dehydrated. Unmolassed beetpulp pellets - a source of high quality digestible fibre, with no added sugar. - ECONOMICAL - FREE FROM MOLASSES - PARTIAL HAY REPLACER SUITABLE FOR - ALL EQUINES - ENDURANCE - METABOLIC ISSUES - ELDERLY HORSES - FEEDING SOAKED FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS As with any new feed, introduce gradually over a week. Must be fed soaked. Soak for approximately 12 hours in cold water (using hot water will decrease the minimum soaking time), with 1 part Beet to 5 parts water. Feed according to requirements and condition. Start with 50g per 100kg of bodyweight per day, increase as required up to a maximum of 2.5kg per day. For example, for a 500kg horse start with 250g per day (dry weight, before soaking) and increase as required. NUTRIENTS All products are natural and seasonal variations can occur, the packaging of each product will detail the typical analysis which is relevant to the batch/cut within the bag.
Dried molassed sugar beet feed. A non GM product made from british sugar beet. Suitable for cattle, calves, ewes, lambs, sows, growing pigs, horses, goats and other ruminants. High in energy, palatable and rich in highly digestible fibre for growth, milk production and milk fat. Typical analysis (on a dry matter basis) Dry Matter (%) [i] - 89.0 Crude Protein (%) [i] - 10.0 Energy (MJ ME/kg DM) [i] - 12.5 Oil (%) - 1.3 NDF (%) [i] - 32.0 Starch (%) - 1.0 Sugar (%) - 20.0 DUP (%) [i] - 2.9 Recommended daily feed rates (per head basis) Supabeet can be fed as part of a TMR or as a concentrate feed. Milking Cows - Up to 6 (typically 3)kg Dry Cows - Up to 2 kg Replacement Heifers - Up to 2 kg and up to 40% of the DMI Calves (to 12 weeks) - Up to 1.5 kg and up to 40% of the DMI Growing Cattle - Up to 2.5 kg and up to 40% of the DMI Finishing Cattle - Up to 5kg and up to 50% of the DMI Suckler Cows - Up to 4 (typically 2)kg Ewes and Rams - Up to 1 (typically 0.5) kg Hoggets and Lambs - Up to 1 kg or up to 50% of the DMI DMI = dry matter intake Quality Assurance Supabeet is FEMAS assured (or a recognised equivalent). Supabeet (Dried (sugar) beet feed, molassed) is listed under number 4.1.11 in the EU Catalogue of Feed Materials. Suggested feeding rates are produced as a guide only and many other factors may have an overriding effect on animal response; no performance guarantee can be given. Rations should be carefully balanced for energy and protein, contain sufficient forage to maintain rumen function and be fortified with an appropriate vitamin and mineral supplement. Animals must have constant access to clean water.
Rolled Barley 20kg Barley is an important part of many horse's diets. With a high level of calories and over 80% digestible it is a quality feed and very cost effective. We only use the finest barley available. It is a pale golden colour and is free from dust and debris. As some horses don't like the taste of barley, it can be fed with added molasses or even cooked to satisfy those fussy eaters. If you crush your own barley before feeding it to the horse, always ensure this is done just before feeding as the nutrition value of the barley declines over time after crushing. It is also a good idea to mix the barley with other feeds such as chopped hay or bran to ensure your horse gets a healthy balanced diet. As with all animal feed, it should be stored in a dry, cool area away from sunlight. A food storage container would be perfect.