Classic Layer Pellets


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A laying hen requires a quality blend of grains and fibre, vitamins, and minerals to ensure they have the necessary energy and vitality to keep up the good work.

This nutritionally balanced feed has been formulated to meet the needs of a laying hen throughout its laying cycle. Nothing is left to chance when it comes to delivering a perfect pellet of healthiness that chooks will love to eat.

  • Can be fed as a complete diet.
  • You will find them easy to feed.
  • They will find them easy to eat.
  • Healthy hens, healthy eggs, happy you.

Ingredients: Selected From: Grains, grain by-products, plant proteins, animal proteins, animal fats, vegetable oils, minerals, amino acids, yolk colour and a specialised vitamin/trace mineral premix.

Crude Protein 16.5%, Fat (max.) 7%, Fibre (max.) 5%, Salt (max.) 0.4%, Calcium 4%, AME (apparent metabolizable energy) 2780 kcal/kg.

Feeding guide: Can be fed as a complete diet or supplemented with household scraps or vegetables. Where the percentage of other feed sources is over 50%, extra calcium should be supplemented in the form of Oyster shell grit or a similar product to ensure that good eggshell quality is maintained. If fed as 100% of the diet, then feed approximately 125g per hen per day during spring/summer and 130g per bird per day over the cooler months. It is important to have fresh, clean drinking water available always, place water away from the feed to minimise spillage and mess.

Available in: 20kg

NOTICE: Not to be fed to sheep, cattle, deer, goats, buffaloes or other ruminant animals. This product contains or may contain ruminant protein.



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