Poultry Pellets

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This is a complete nutritional chicken feed, designed to be easily digestible by our feathered friends. Laying hens require a healthy, balanced diet for the best chance of producing high-quality eggs. So, if egg quality and hen health matters, add these pellets to your daily feed. 

Poultry Pellets are especially formulated for laying hens 16 weeks and older. A potent mix of proteins, carbohydrates and fats delivers all the essential ingredients for top-quality eggs—good colour, good shell strength and great size. Added vitamins and minerals round out this complete nutritional pellet.

  • Suitable for laying hens 16 weeks and older
  • A great source of protein, carbohydrate, and fats
  • Added vitamins, minerals and trace elements for egg production.
  • Steam compressed into an easily digestible pellet - a complete food in one peck!

Feeding guide:  Ensure hens have continuous access to pellets on a daily basis and do not restrict consumption. Appropriate consumption is approx. 140gms per bird per day. Supplement with fresh greens, grain or hay. Always have fresh water available.

Ingredients selected from: wheat, soya bean meal, limestone, dicalcium phosphate, vegetable oil, salt, sodium bicarbonate, trace minerals and vitamins, amino acids, prebiotics and probiotics

Analysis: typical protein 16%, calcium 4g/kg, crude fibre 3.5%, fat 1.5%

 

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