Meat Bird Grower / Finisher Pellets have been formulated to suit various poultry and game birds including: Turkeys (7 - 8 weeks to desired weight) Broilers (4 - 5 weeks to desired weight) Game Birds (Quail, Guinea Fowl & Pheasants, 4 - 5 weeks to desired weight)
# High Quality Proteins - No urea, all protein in the form of true proteins sources.
# Coccidiostat - Assist against coccidiosis. Nil withholding period for meat production.
# Energy - To assist with growth.
# Trace Mineral Premix - To assist in maintaining nutritional balance and health.
# Species - Suitable for multi species stock.
|Typical Analysis ||As Fed ||Dry Matter |
|Energy KCAL / kg ||2780 ||3160 |
|Protein (%) ||19.36 ||22.00 |
|Calcium (%) ||1.67 ||1.90 |
|Phosphorus (%) ||0.88 ||1.00 |
|Fibre (%) ||4.53 ||5.15 |
|Fat (%) ||6.60 ||7.50|
NOTES : 1. Trace mineral premix added, for more detailed analysis please contact Vella Stock Feeds.
# If you desire commercial growth rates we suggest that additional Calcium be made available to suit individual bird requirements.
# The diet should be fed ad-lib to all birds 24 / 7 with adequate feeder space for stock. A coccidiostat has been added to assist in the control of coccidiosis, nil withholding period for meat production.
# Fresh, clean water to be accessible at all times.
# Remove unused wasted feed on a regular basis.
# Feed intakes will vary at times, due to climate, bird health / stress and general housing and access to feeders.
Other Specialty Products : Chick Starter, Pullet Grower, Back Yard Layer, Free Range Layer, Poultry Supreme, Free Range Scratch Mix, Meat Bird Starter, Duck.
General Feeding Information.
# Growth rates will vary according to a range of external factors including housing, variable weather conditions, predators, inoculations and hygiene to name a few.
# Phase supplementary feeding both in and out gradually to help avoid set backs.
# Young stock are very sceptical to cold and draughts, housing should be well vented but draught free.
# Ensure clean, cool water is accessible at all times.
# Feeders and waterers needs to be easily accessible and cleaned of litter on a regular basis.
# Quarantine sick birds to prevent possible outbreaks. Revision: 20080814.