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Classification: Broiler Breeder diet
Format: Pellets / Meal / Crumble
Registration No.: V17140
OBJECTIVE

Broiler breeder pre-starter mash is fed to growing broiler breeders using restricted feeding, to control growth rate and body mass gain. Weekly weighing of a sample of birds is recommended to monitor feed levels needed. Starter mash is specially formulated to address the specific growth rates of the breeder to achieve 7 day and 14 day target body weights. A Pre-starter may not be necessary and one can use Starter mash instead. Pre-starter is also available in the crumble and pellet form.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed from day old to 3 weeks of age. Feed ad lib. for 7 - 10 days and then restrict the bird's intake. Grams per bird per day will depend on breed specific guidelines.




*These feed levels are a guide only and feed may need to be increased or decreased
  according to the birds body weight and breed.

 
   
 
Classification: Broiler Breeder diet
Format: Pellets / Meal / Crumble
Registration No.: V9801
OBJECTIVE

Broiler breeder starter mash is fed to growing broiler breeders using restricted feeding, to control growth rate and body mass gain. Weekly weighing of a sample of birds is recommended to monitor feed levels needed. Starter mash is also available in the crumble and pellet form.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed from 4 weeks to 6 weeks old or from day old (see Pre-starter) to 6 weeks old. Grams per bird per day will depend on breed specific guidelines.




*These feed levels are a guide only and feed may need to be increased or decreased
  according to the birds body weight and breed.

 
   
 
Classification: Broiler Breeder diet
Format: Pellets / Meal / Crumble
Registration No.: V9802
OBJECTIVE

Broiler breeder grower mash is fed to growing broiler breeders using restricted feeding, to control growth rate and body mass gain. Weekly weighing of a sample of birds is recommended to monitor feed levels needed. Grower mash is also available in pellet/crumble form.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed from 7 weeks to 15 weeks old. Restrict the birds intake. Grams per bird per day will depend on breed specific guidelines.




*These feed levels are a guide only and feed may need to be increased or decreased
  according to the birds body weight and breed.

 
   
 
Classification: Broiler Breeder diet
Format: Pellets / Meal / Crumble
Registration No.: V17141
OBJECTIVE

Broiler Breeder Pre-Breeder mash is fed to broiler breeders using restricted feeding, to control growth rate and body mass gain before lay. Weekly weighing of a sample of birds is recommended to monitor feed levels needed. Pre-breeder mash is also available in pellet/crumble form.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed from 16 weeks to 20 weeks old. Restrict the birds intake. Grams per bird per day will depend on breed specific guidelines.




*These feed levels are a guide only and feed may need to be increased or decreased
  according to the birds body weight and breed.

 
   
 
Classification: Broiler Breeder diet
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V17137
OBJECTIVE

Broiler Early Breeder is fed to broiler breeders in lay, under restricted feeding to control bird body weight and optimize egg output. Weekly weighing of birds and daily egg production record keeping is recommended to monitor feed levels needed.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed from 21 weeks to 35 weeks old. Restrict the birds intake. Grams per bird per day will depend on breed specific guidelines.




*These feed levels are a guide only and feed may need to be increased or decreased
  according to the birds body weight and breed.

 
   
 
Classification: Broiler Breeder diet
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V17138
OBJECTIVE

Broiler Late Breeder is fed to broiler breeders in lay, under restricted feeding to control bird body weight and optimize egg output. Weekly weighing of birds and daily egg production record keeping is recommended to monitor feed levels needed.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed from 36 weeks old until the end of production, usually 60 - 64 weeks. Restrict the birds intake. Grams per bird per day will depend on breed specific guidelines.



*These feed levels are a guide only and feed may need to be increased or decreased
  according to the birds body weight and breed.


 
Our People: proudly drive Meadow Feeds' vision to deliver more than just feed throughout Southern Africa. A culture of hard work and respect for ethical business practices and good governance is clearly evident throughout our organisation.
Our Pedigree: Since 1942 Meadow Feeds has been supplying safe, high quality feed to Southern African livestock producers, using our unrivaled experience and expertise to earn the trust of generations of farmers who bring wholesome meat, milk and eggs to your table.
Our Passion: for animal nutrition has made us the largest feed company in Africa and the leading supplier of innovative high performance feed solutions.
Our Purpose: is to scientifically, and cost effectively, meet the requirements of modern farm animals, which require a finely balanced and expertly manufactured feed to perform to their genetic potential.
Our Process:
Research and Development: Meadow Feeds has technical agreements with the world's leading animal nutrition companies including Provimi, Neutron and Cargill to ensure that we stay abreast of the latest global developments in animal feed.
Formulation: Meadow Feeds' nutritionists use the world's foremost formulation software to optimise least cost, balanced animal diets at a nutrient rather than a raw material level.
Raw materials: Our raw materials are sourced from accredited and rigorously approved suppliers whom have partnered with Meadow Feeds to reduce risk and ensure consistent quality from source. All raw materials are analysed prior to receipt using Near Infra-red Spectrophotometry to ensure that the product is of acceptable nutrient quality.
Manufacturing: Our seven, well situated milling and mixing facilities incorporate automation and control systems which allow our excellent operators to precisely blend the right ingredients at the formulated inclusion level.
Logistics: We have partnered with Barloworld Logistics to ensure that our feed is delivered to farm efficiently from our geographically well positioned feed mills, and that the bio-security and traceability chain is maintained throughout.
On farm feed solutions: Our registered animal scientists provide on farm technical support to ensure that the right feed is Fed Right® for all stages of the animal's lifecycle.
Our Promise: Meadow Feeds incorporates quality assurance systems and a comprehensive risk management approach to ensure the safety, integrity and traceability of our products. Our mills are ISO accredited as audited by the SABS. As members of the Animal Feed Manufacturers Association, whose mission is to ensure "Safe Feed for Safe Food", we voluntarily comply with association's code of conduct as audited by Afri-Compliance annually.
             
 
   
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