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Fancy Feed Poultry Grower Pellets - Various Bag Sizes

£6.24
SKU BAI094

Fancy Feeds Growers Pellets are specially formulated to provide a complete balanced diet for all types of growing poultry,  ducklings and goslings

This feed can be fed from 6-8 weeks of age to 18-21 weeks of age.  It provides all the essential protein amino acids to support the rapid growth.  It also provides the increased levels of energy the growing birds need.

Features
  • Fed from 6 – 8 weeks of age to 18 – 21 weeks.
  • Quality protein provides essential amino acids to support rapid muscle, tissue and skeletal development as the bird grows.
  • Highly digestible cooked wheat helps meet the increased energy requirements of the growing bird.
  • Fully balanced with vitamins and minerals, including Sel-Plex® organic selenium, to support growth and tissue integrity, as well as the immune system.
  • With Bio-Mos® natural prebiotic, for a healthy gut, and betaine to reduce the risk of dehydration.
  • Contains an organic acidifier to reduce the risk of bacterial or fungal infection from the feed itself and so further benefit gut health.
  • Medication free and can be fed right the way through to those birds being reared for the table.
  • Non-GM ingredients
  • Small pellet size

Available Bag Sizes

  • 5kg
  • 20kg
Ingredients

Wheat, Extracted Soya Bean Meal, Wheatfeed, Micronised Soya, Alfalfa Meal, Dicalcium Phosphate, Soya Oil, Vitamins and Minerals, Calcium Carbonate, Bio-Mos® (prebiotic 8g/kg), Sel-Plex®


Analytical Constituents
  • Protein 15.5%
  • Oil 4.5%
  • Fibre 4%
  • Ash 6%
Feeding Recommendations
  • Fancy Feed Grower Pellets can be fed from 6 to 8 weeks of age.
  • To help ensure birds receive a balanced diet, Grower Pellets are best fed ad lib and not mixed with additional grain or mixed corn.
  • From the age of 18 to 21 weeks, birds can be fed Fancy Feed Layers’ Pellets.
  • Birds should have access to a source of insoluble grit at all times to aid digestion.