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• Select Broiler Post Finisher
• Broiler Maintenance

   
 
Classification: Broiler diet
Format: Mash / Crumbles
Registration No.: V17767
OBJECTIVE

The Prime Broiler Range has been specially designed for farmers who produce broilers for the live market between 6-8 weeks of age. The rations in this range, with the exception of the Post-Finisher, include a coccidiostat and a growth promoter, but no animal by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed broilers from day old to 16 days of age. The approximate feed consumption is 600g - 800g per bird. Crumbles are fed for faster growth and better feed conversion, while mash is fed to birds to slow down growth and reduce the incidence of ascites/waterbelly.


 
   
 
Classification: Broiler diet
Format: Pellets
Registration No.: V17768
OBJECTIVE

The Prime Broiler Range has been specially designed for farmers who produce broilers for the live market between 6 - 8 weeks of age. The rations in this range, with the exception of the Post-Finisher, include a coccidiostat and growth promoters, but no animal by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
The Grower ration should be fed to Broilers from 17 days to 30 days of age. The approximate feed consumption should be 1.5kg per bird. This ration may be fed through to term but this is not advisable.


 
   
 
Classification: Broiler diet
Format: Pellets
Registration No.: V17769
OBJECTIVE

The Prime Broiler Range has been specially designed for farmers who produce Broilers for the live market between 6 - 8 weeks of age. The rations in this range, with the exception of the Post-Finisher, include a coccidiostat and growth promoters, but no animal by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Broilers from 31 days to 38 days should be fed Finisher. The approximate feed consumption should be 1kg per bird to 38 days.


 
   
 
Classification: Broiler diet
Format: Pellets / Mash / Crumbles
Registration No.: V17810
OBJECTIVE

The Prime Broiler Range has been specially designed for farmers who produce Broilers for the live market between 6-8 weeks of age. This ration does not contain a coccidiostat or growth promoter, nor does it contain animal by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed 5 days prior to sale or slaughter.


 
   
 
Classification: Broiler diet
Format: Pellets / Mash / Crumbles
Registration No.: V16371
OBJECTIVE

The Classic Broiler Range has been specially designed for farmers who produce broilers for the live market between 6 - 8 weeks of age. The rations in this range, with the exception of the Post-Finisher, include a coccidiostat and a growth promoter, but no animal by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed broilers from day old to 16 days of age. The approximate feed consumption is 600g - 800g per bird. Crumbles are fed for faster growth and better feed conversion, while mash is fed to birds to slow down growth and reduce the incidence of ascites/waterbelly.


 
   
 
Classification: Broiler diet
Format: Pellets / Mash / Crumbles
Registration No.: V17142
OBJECTIVE

The Classic Broiler Range has been specially designed for farmers who produce broilers for the live market between 6 - 8 weeks of age. The rations in this range, with the exception of the Post-Finisher, include a coccidiostat and growth promoters, but no animal by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
The Grower ration should be fed to Broilers from 17 days to 30 days of age. The approximate feed consumption should be 1.5kg per bird. This ration may be fed through to term but this is not advisable.


 
   
 
Classification: Broiler diet
Format: Pellets / Mash / Crumbles
Registration No.: V16419
OBJECTIVE

The Classic Broiler Range has been specially designed for farmers who produce Broilers for the live market between 6-8 weeks of age. The rations in this range, with the exception of the Post-Finisher, include a coccidiostat and growth promoters, but no animal by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Broilers from 31 days to 38 days should be fed Finisher. The approximate feed consumption should be 1kg per bird to 38 days.


 
   
 
Classification: Broiler diet
Format: Pellets / Mash / Crumbles
Registration No.: V16420
OBJECTIVE

The Classic Broiler Range has been specially designed for farmers who produce Broilers for the live market between 6 - 8 weeks of age. This ration does not contain a coccidiostat or growth promoter, nor does it contain animal by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed 5 days prior to sale or slaughter.


 
   
 
Classification: Broiler diet
Format: Pellets / Mash / Crumbles
Registration No.: V10757
OBJECTIVE

The Select Broiler Range has been specially designed for farmers who produce broilers to slaughter at 6 weeks of age. This diet specification ensures an optimum dressed bird. The rations in this range, with the exception of the Post-Finisher, include a coccidiostat and growth promoters, but no animal by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed broilers from day old to 16 days of age. The approximate feed consumption is 600g - 800g per bird. Crumbles are fed for faster growth and better feed conversion, while mash is fed to birds to slow down growth and reduce the incidence of ascites/waterbelly.


 
   
 
Classification: Broiler diet
Format: Pellets / Mash / Crumbles
Registration No.: V10754
OBJECTIVE

The Select Broiler Range has been specially designed for farmers who produce broilers to slaughter at 6 weeks of age. This specification ensures an optimum dressed bird. The rations in this range, with the exception of the Post-Finisher, include a coccidiostat and growth promoters, but no animal by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
This ration should be fed to Broilers from 17 days to 31 days of age. The approximate feed consumption should be 1.5kg per bird.


 
   
 
Classification: Pullet diet
Format: Pellets / Mash / Crumbles
Registration No.: V10761
OBJECTIVE

The Select Broiler Range has been specially designed for farmers who produce broilers to slaughter at 6 weeks of age. This specification ensures an optimum dressed bird. The rations in this range, with the exception of the Post-Finisher, include a coccidiostat and growth promoters, but no animal by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Broilers from 32 days to 37 days should be fed Finisher. The approximate feed consumption should be 1kg per bird.


 
   
 
Classification: Broiler diet
Format: Pellets / Mash / Crumbles
Registration No.: V17488
OBJECTIVE

The Select Broiler Range has been specially designed for farmers who produce broilers to slaughter at 6 weeks of age. This specification ensures an optimum dressed bird. This ration does not contain a coccidiostat or growth promoter, nor does it contain animal by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed for 5 days prior to sale or slaughter.


 
   
 
Classification: Broiler diet
Format: Pellets / Mash / Crumbles
Registration No.: V18343
OBJECTIVE

The Broiler Maintenance diet has been specially designed for farmers who want to maintain their broilers until slaughter at 7 weeks of age. This ration does not contain a coccidiostat or growth promoter, nor does it contain animal by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed ad lib. to broilers from 5 to 7 weeks of age.


 
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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.
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