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Vella Poultry Supreme Macro Pellets

A premium poultry feed pellet with 17% protein to help facilitate egg laying in laying Laying Hens, Ducks, Geese, Quail, Pheasant, Breeding Poultry, Show Poultry. A thin cut pellet for increased palatability.

Vella Poultry Supreme Macro Pellets (Extra thin & Small Pellet). This product (Macro Pellets) replaces both Vella Supreme Pellets and Vella Supreme Crumbles.

Poultry Supreme has been formulated to suit all breeds of layers from point of lay (18 - 20 weeks of age). A high protein pellet chicken feed that will help facilitate egg laying in poultry. Specially designed for laying Laying Hens, Ducks, Geese, Quail, Pheasant, Breeding Poultry, Show Poultry.

Note - This item comes in a clear bag only. Only the 18 kg size comes in the original packaging as pictured.

Hot Tip: 1. A high protein level in poultry feed is crucial in assisting poultry to lay more eggs. Typical layer pellets have an "As Fed" protein level of around 14 to 15%, but this premium feed tops them all at 17%.

Main Features:

  • Proteins - No urea, all protein in the form of true proteins sources.
  • High Energy / Analysis - For superior egg production and bird health. Well suited for young stock coming onto the point of lay and maintaining good growth.
  • Trace Mineral Premix - To assist in maintaining nutritional balance and layer health.

For more detailed analysis please contact Vella Stock Feeds.

Typical Analysis:  As Fed / Dry Matter.

Energy KCAL / kg 2500 2841, Protein (%) 16.50 18.75, Calcium (%) 3.45 3.92,

Phosphorus (%) 0.48 0.55, Fibre (%) 5.38 6.11, Fat (%) 5.52 6.27.

NOTES:

  • Trace mineral premix added, for more detailed analysis please contact Vella Stock Feeds.
  • Only the 18 kg size is sent in its original packaging. The other sizes are repackaged and provided in clear plastic bags.

General Information:

  • Growth rates will vary according to a range of external factors including housing, variable weather conditions, predators, disease, inoculations and hygiene to name a few.
  • Phase supplementary feeding both in and out gradually to help avoid setbacks.
  • Housing should be well vented but draught free.
  • Ensure clean, cool water is accessible at all times.
  • Feeders and waterers need to be easily accessible and cleaned of litter on a regular basis.
  • Quarantine sick birds to prevent possible outbreaks.
  • Dead birds need to be removed straight away and disposed of.

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