Beef
Dairy
Swine
Broilers
Layers
Breeders
Lamb & Sheep
Goat
Game
Ostrich
Speciality
 
 
• Superlak 12
• Superlak 15
• Hi-Lak 12
• Hi-Lak 15
• Budget Pride Dairy 12
• Budget Pride Dairy 14
• Budget Pride Dairy 15
• Budget Pride Dairy 17
• Multilak 19
• Multilak 21
• Optilak 21

PROLICK
• Summerphos P9
• Skaap en Bees Lek
• Winterbreker Readymix
• Elite Sheep 33 Concentrate
• Bees Lekkonsentraat
• Paddock Supplement
• Beef Booster 18
• Supreme 20
• Lambing Lick
• Production Lick (Heifers only)
• Energy Block
• Sheep Lekker Lick Block
• Ruminant Block
• Game Block (Heifers only)
• Multimix 40 Concentrate
• HPC 64

SUPPLEMENTS
• Electrolyte
 
 
Classification: Calf diet
Format: Pellets / Meal
Registration No.: V9895
UREA FREE
OBJECTIVE

A blend of high quality concentrate, short fibre, macro and micro minerals, as well as vitamins which meet all the calf’s nutrient requirements.

ADDITIVES
• Rumensin or
• Taurotec

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• This is not a complete feed and should be fed in limited quantities.
• Feed from 3 days to 3 months of age, with clean fresh water.
• Restrict water for 20 minutes post feeding of milk.
• Roughage or grazing must be available at all times

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Expected feed intake from birth to 21 weeks will be 2.00 kg/day for Holsteins and 1.5 kg/day for Jerseys.


 
   
 
Classification: Calf diet
Format: Pellets / Meal
Registration No.: V18756
UREA FREE
OBJECTIVE

A blend of concentrate, short fibre, macro and micro minerals, as well as vitamins which meet all the calf’s nutrient requirements.

ADDITIVES
• Rumensin or
• Taurotec

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• Feed ad lib. to calves on liquid feeding, as the sole solid feed, from 3 days of age to
  approximately 21 days of age (or when the calf is consuming 500 g/day of solid feed).
• Calves should have free access to drinking water.
• Restrict water for 20 minutes post feeding of milk.
• During the first week additional roughage must be fed to facilitate complete adaptation.
  Offer small quantities of good quality hay ad lib. thereafter.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Expected feed intake from birth to 21 weeks will be 0.5kg/day.


 
 
 
Classification: Calf diet
Format: Pellets / Meal
Registration No.: V7416
UREA FREE
OBJECTIVE

A blend of concentrate, roughage (short fibre), macro and micro minerals, as well as vitamins which meet all the calf’s nutrient requirements.

ADDITIVES
• Rumensin or
• Taurotec

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• To be fed ad lib. with clean fresh water to 6 months of age.
• Restrict water for 20 minutes post feeding of milk.
• During the first week additional roughage must be fed to facilitate complete adaptation.
• Offer small quantities of good quality hay ad lib. thereafter.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Expected feed intake from birth to 21 weeks will be 2.25 kg/day for Holsteins and 1.75 kg/day for Jerseys.


 
   
 
Classification: Calf diet
Format: Pellets / Meal
Registration No.: V12012
UREA FREE
OBJECTIVE

A blend of high quality concentrate, short fibre, macro and micro minerals, as well as vitamins which meet all the calf’s nutrient requirements.

ADDITIVES
• Rumensin or
• Taurotec

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• To be fed ad lib. with clean fresh water to 6 months of age.
• Restrict water for 20 minutes post feeding of milk.
• During the first week additional roughage must be fed to facilitate complete adaptation.
• Offer small quantities of good quality hay ad lib. thereafter.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Expected feed intake from birth to 21 weeks will be 2.00 kg/day for Holsteins and 1.5 kg /day for Jerseys.


 
   
 
Classification: Heifer rearing
Format: Pellets / Meal
Registration No.: V11819
UREA FREE
OBJECTIVE

A blend of proteins, starches and fats, as well as vitamins to ensure maximum growth of the young heifer.

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• To be fed with clean fresh water.
• To be fed ad lib. to calves from 21 weeks to 15 months of age with good quality roughage.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 4 - 5kg per day per animal.


 
   
 
Classification: Heifer rearing
Format: Pellets / Meal
Registration No.: V18759
UREA FREE
OBJECTIVE

A blend of proteins, starches and fats, as well as vitamins to ensure maximum growth of the young heifer.

ADDITIVES
• Rumensin

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• To be fed with clean fresh water.
• Feed when fodder is adequate.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 2kg per day per animal.


 
   
 
Classification: Heifer rearing
Format: Pellets / Meal
Registration No.: V15652
Contains Urea @ 15g / kg
OBJECTIVE

A blend of proteins, starches and fats, as well as vitamins to ensure maximum growth of the young heifer. 18% protein of which 23.9% is derived from urea.

ADDITIVES
• Taurotec

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• Feed heifers of 6 months of age and older 3 - 4 kg per day with ad lib. roughage.
• Do not feed this feed with other NPN containing feeds.
• Feed ad lib. or according to recommendations, depending on age and roughage availability.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 3 - 4kg per day per animal.


 
   
 
Classification: Heifer rearing / Utility feed
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V19426
UREA FREE
Heifer rearing from 21 weeks to calving.

OBJECTIVE

A product which can be used where fodder is limited. Gives maximum growth without depositing fat on mammary glands. Sweetfeed supplies all the minerals the heifer needs.

ADDITIVES
• Acidbuf

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• To be fed with clean fresh water.
• To be fed when pastures are limited, roughage and hay must be made available.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 5 - 6kg per day per animal.


 
   
 
Classification: Pre-Calving
Format: Pellets / Meal
Registration No.: V11637
OBJECTIVE

An excellent prophylactic against odeama and milk fever (Contains anionic salts for the prevention of Milk Fever). Feed from 21 days prior to calving OR feed with roughage/grazing OR feed 4 - 5kg/day according to body mass, condition and quality of roughage.

ADDITIVES
• Rumensin

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• Avoid pastures high in K (kikuyu).
• Feed from 2-3 weeks pre calving to close up dry cows.
• Feed from 21 days prior to calving OR feed with roughage/grazing OR feed 4 - 5kg/day according to body mass, condition and quality of roughage.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 4kg per day per animal with maize silage.


 
   
 
Classification: Complete dairy feed
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V14553
OBJECTIVE

A complete diet to be fed in the absence of roughage.

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• To be fed ad lib.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Depending on breed, 20 - 25kg per day per animal.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V12654
Contains max. 1% of urea
TMR Ration
(Consult one of the ruminant technical advisors to formulate a balanced TMR)

OBJECTIVE

An excellent TMR when fed with high quality roughage. 33.33% derived from urea.

ADDITIVES
• Acidbuf

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• To be fed ad lib. to high producing cows.
• Must be mixed at 80% Multilak semi complete to 20% high quality hay or silage.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
22 - 26kg per day on predictive feed margin.


 
   
 
Classification: Dairy complete fed
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V18172
OBJECTIVE

A complete diet to be fed in the absence of roughage.

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• Feed ad lib. to cows for the last 3 weeks of the dry period.
• During the first week additional roughage should be fed to facilitate adaptation.
• Protect this feed against rain as it contains NPN sources. NPN is soluble and animals
  drinking this solution may be poisoned. Do not feed this farm feed indiscriminately with
  other NPN containing feeds. Vinegar is an effective treatment for NPN poisoning.
  Dose is half a bottle for a calf or adult sheep or 2-4 bottles for cattle. Dilute with an
  equal quantity of water.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Consult your Technical Advisor to calculate your feeding levels.


 
   
 
Classification: Dairy concentrate
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V9879
UREA FREE
(Consult one of the ruminant Technical Advisors to formulate a balanced ration)

OBJECTIVE

Excellent protein concentrates for the inclusion to fodder sources to blend lactating rations. The supply of vitamins and minerals to cows producing up to 60 liters of milk per day is adequate.

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
For mixing a TMR, please consult your Technical Advisor.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Please consult your Technical Advisor to calculate your feeding levels.


 
   
 
Classification: General ruminant
Format: Cubes
Registration No.: V17783
UREA FREE
OBJECTIVE

A cost effective product with a wide ranges of uses providing the ruminant (cattle, sheep, goats and game) with nutrients for optimal production. 10mm cube for ease of feeding.

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• Do not exceed 3% of live weight.
• Feed level dependant of function. Consult your Meadow TA.
• Offer good quality hay ad lib.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Not to exceed 3% of live weight. Depending on the situation, intake will vary from restricted 3Kg/day to maximum.


 
   
 
Classification: General ruminant
Format: Cubes
Registration No.: V9901
Contains Urea @ 10g / Kg
OBJECTIVE

A cost effective product with a wide ranges of uses providing the ruminant (cattle, sheep, goats and game) with nutrients for optimal production. Mainly used in times of drought (shortage of roughage). 10mm cube for ease of feeding. 28.7% of protein is derived from urea.

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• To be fed as a roughage in times of shortage.
• Can be used in conjunction with limited roughage.
• 10mm cube to allow for feeding direct into veld or on the fence line.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Amount will vary dependent on circumstances but not to exceed 3% of live weight.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V18403
UREA FREE
OBJECTIVE

A high quality ration from the Gold Label range to be fed to high producing cows on pasture of a very high quality and quantity. The starch levels are high, as is the protected fat required for pasture farming.

ADDITIVES
• Rumensin
• Acidbuf
• Magnesium Oxide

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• To be fed on high quality pasture such as rye grass and kikuyu.
• Feed at 500g/litre milk.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V18755
UREA FREE
OBJECTIVE

A high quality ration from the Gold Label range to be fed to high producing cows on pasture of a very high quality and quantity. The starch levels are high, as is the protected fat required for pasture farming.

ADDITIVES
• Rumensin
• Acidbuf
• Magnesium Oxide

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
• To be fed on high quality pasture such as rye grass and kikuyu.
• Feed at 500g/litre milk.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Pellets / Meal
Registration No.: V9838
OBJECTIVE

Excellent dairy meal, of high quality, for high producing cows on abundant high quality pasture.

ADDITIVES
• Rumensin
• Acidbuf

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed on high protein pastures such as Ryegrass or Kikuyu.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 350 grams per litre of milk produced, to a maximum of 10kgs per day.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Pellets / Meal
Registration No.: V9837
OBJECTIVE

Excellent dairy meal, of high quality, for high producing cows on abundant high quality pasture.

ADDITIVES
• Rumensin
• Acidbuf

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed together with pastures hay and silage.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 350 grams per litre of milk produced, to a maximum of 10kgs per day.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V13769
UREA FREE
On high protein pastures such as Ryegrass and Kikuyu.

OBJECTIVE

An excellent source of energy and quality proteins, to supplement highly degradable fodder.

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed on protein pastures such as Ryegrass or Kikuyu.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 350 - 400 grams per litre of milk produced, to a maximum of 10kgs per day.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Pellets
Registration No.: V13768
UREA FREE
Cows on pastures, hay and silage.

OBJECTIVE

An excellent complement to supply nutrients and minerals to cows on pastures, hay and silage

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed together with pastures, hay and silage.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 350 - 400 grams per litre of milk produced, to a maximum of 10kgs per day.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Pellets
Registration No.: V9842
UREA FREE
On high protein pastures such as Ryegrass and Kikuyu.

OBJECTIVE

A high energy, urea free dairy meal designed to supplement high protein pastures for the high producing cow.

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed on protein pastures such as Ryegrass or Kikuyu.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 350 - 400 grams per litre of milk produced, to a maximum of 10kgs per day, when fed at a minimum rate of 300 grams per litre.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Pellets / Meal
Registration No.: V9841
OBJECTIVE

A high energy ration with quality by-pass protein for compatibility with pasture, hay and silage fodders.

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed together with pastures hay and silage.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 350 grams per litre of milk produced, to a maximum of 10kgs per day.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Pellets
Registration No.: V898
Contains Urea @ 10g / kg
Cows on pastures, hay and silage

OBJECTIVE

High percentage of by-pass protein for compatibility with pasture, hay and silage fodders. 23.9% of protein is derived from urea.

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed together with pastures hay and silage.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 350 grams per litre of milk produced, to a maximum of 10kgs per day.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Pellets
Registration No.: V9868
UREA FREE
Cows on pastures, hay and silage

OBJECTIVE

High percentage of by-pass protein for compatibility with pasture, hay and silage fodders.

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed together with pastures hay and silage.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 350 grams per litre of milk produced, to a maximum of 10kgs per day.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Pellets
Registration No.: V9868
Contains Urea @ 10g / Kg
Cows on pastures, hay and silage

OBJECTIVE

High percentage of by-pass protein for compatibility with pasture, hay and silage fodders. 19.13% of protein is derived from urea.

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed together with pastures hay and silage.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 350 grams per litre of milk produced, to a maximum of 10kgs per day.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Pellets
Registration No.: V7083
UREA FREE
Cows on maize silage, hay and grazing of poor to average quality

OBJECTIVE

An excellent source of energy, protein and minerals to compliment lactating cows fed on maize silage, hay or mediocre grazing

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed together with pastures hay and silage.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 400 grams per litre of milk produced, to a maximum of 12 kgs per day.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Pellets / Meal
Registration No.: V9851
OBJECTIVE

An excellent source of nutrients to formulate a total mixed ration or to compliment lactating cows fed maize silage, hay or poor to average quality grazing.

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed together with pastures hay and silage.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Feed 350 grams per litre of milk produced, to a maximum of 10kgs per day.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Pellets / Meal
Registration No.: V9850
OBJECTIVE

Excellent protein concentrate for the inclusion to fodder sources to blend Total Mixed rations. The supply of vitamins and minerals to cows producing up to 60 liters of milk per day is adequate.
PROTEIN: 17.77% derived from Urea

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed to high producing lactating cows on high levels of maize silage and hay where pasture is of poor quality or short supply.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
Levels fed according to milk yield and pasture.
Consult your Technical Advisor – feed strictly according to instructions given.


 
   
 
Classification: Lactating cows
Format: Pellets / Meal
Registration No.: V9843
OBJECTIVE

Excellent protein concentrate for the inclusion to fodder sources to blend Total Mixed rations. The supply of vitamins and minerals to cows producing up to 60 liters of milk per day is adequate.
PROTEIN: 17.8% derived from Urea

ADDITIVES
None

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
For mixing a TMR, please consult your Technical Advisor.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
350g per litre with roughage.
Consult your Technical Advisor – feed strictly according to instructions given.


 
   
 
Classification: Mineral - Trace mineral supplement for ruminants
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V18596
OBJECTIVE
The objective is to increase cow/ewe weight, reproductive performance and calf/lamb performance by supplementing 12g of phosphorus / cow / day and 1.5g of phosphorus / sheep / day. The result will be a better condition score on animals entering the dry season which will result in
1) Lower cost of overwintering;
2) higher rate of re-conception in the following season; and
3) better weaning weights.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed ad lib. as soon as sustainable green summerveld is available and animals are in a positive weight balance. Do not feed if persistent rain falls - rather allow animals to increase daily intakes on sunshine days and aim for the following average expected intakes over time:

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES (g/animal/day)
TYPE OF ANIMAL
BREEDING COWS
DRY COWS
CALVES
SHEEP

MIN
100
100
100
20
MAX
240
150
240
40
 
*At minimum intake, the level of this mineral does not meet the minimum requirements for a mineral
supplement for cattle as prescribed by Act 36 (1947).

WARNING
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NPN SOURCES – SEE UREA WARNING
   
 
Classification: Protein - Mineral - Trace mineral supplement for ruminants
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V18954
OBJECTIVE

Skaap en Bees Lek can be fed to cattle and sheep grazing together. Due to the higher natural protein content of the product, it is suggested that heifers be grouped with sheep while being supplemented with this product. Skaap en Bees Lek is a perfect Maintenance Lick for sheep. Skaap en Bees Lek can be used for heifers during the dry season.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Skaap en Bees Lek can be fed out of the bag to cattle and sheep with the following recommended intakes:

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES (g/animal/day)
TYPE OF ANIMAL
CATTLE
SHEEP

MIN
600
100
MAX
750
120
 
*At minimum intake, the levels of these minerals do not meet the minimum requirements for a mineral
supplement for cattle as prescribed by Act 36 (1947).
#At minimum intake, the levels of these minerals do not meet the minimum requirements for a mineral
supplement for sheep as prescribed by Act 36 (1947).

WARNING
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NPN SOURCES – SEE UREA WARNING
   
 
Classification: Protein - Mineral - Trace mineral supplement for ruminants
Format: Meal / Pellets
Registration No.: V18595
OBJECTIVE

Winterbreker Readymix is used to maintain body weight during the dry season by supplementing protein which is deficient in natural grazing, and acting as a ruminant stimulant, which enhances the activities of the rumen bacteria, delivering better utilization of roughage. The Production Lick is used to increase body condition score in order to enhance the animal's chances of conception.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Winterbreker Readymix can be fed ad lib. straight out of the bag to cattle and sheep. Recommended intakes are: 550 - 600g/cow/day, and 90 - 100g/sheep/day.

 
*At minimum intake, the levels of these minerals do not meet the minimum requirements for a mineral
supplement for ruminants as prescribed by Act 36 (1947).

WARNING
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NPN SOURCES – SEE UREA WARNING
   
 
Classification: Protein - Energy - Trace mineral concentrate supplement for sheep
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V15251
OBJECTIVE

Elite Sheep 33 Concentrate is a lick concentrate for the home mixing of licks for sheep. Elite Sheep 33 Concentrate has been developed to provide the best possible protein balance in licks for sheep. It contains relatively low levels of urea and high levels of natural proteins. It is high in by-pass protein and especially rich in the essential amino acids methionine and lysine. Due to its unique protein balance, Elite Sheep 33 Concentrate will achieve excellent results when used as a concentrate for licks for dry and growing sheep and will achieve best results when used in licks for ewes in late gestation and for lactating ewes. Wool breeds will benefit greatly from the composition of this product.

 

WARNING
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NPN SOURCES – SEE UREA WARNING

MIXING & FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS
Elite Sheep 33 Concentrate should never be fed as is, but must be mixed according to the
mixing instructions in the table below:

   
 
Classification: Protein - Mineral - Trace mineral concentrate supplement for cattle
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V18604
OBJECTIVE

The Winter Lick is used to maintain body weight during the dry season by supplementing protein which is deficient in natural grazing, and acting as a ruminant stimulant, which enhances the activities of the rumen bacteria, delivering better utilization of roughage. The Production Lick is used to increase body condition score on low quality roughage in order to enhance the animal's chances on conception.

 

WARNING
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NPN SOURCES – SEE UREA WARNING.
BEES LEKKONSENTRAAT SHOULD NOT BE USED TO SUPPLEMENT SHEEP.

MIXING & FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS
Bees Lekkonsentraat should be mixed according to the following mixing instructions:


*At minimum intake, the levels of these minerals do not meet the minimum requirements for a mineral
supplement for ruminants as prescribed by Act 36 (1947).
   
 
Classification: Mineral - Trace mineral supplement for ruminants
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V18597
OBJECTIVE

Paddock Supplement is a NPN free lick for the supplementation of minerals and trace minerals on fertilized and irrigated pastures. Paddock Supplement contains high levels of by-pass protein, molasses for increased palatability, and high levels of trace minerals to supplement deficient pastures. This product also contains an ionophore to further enhance growth and better utilization of the available grazing.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Feed ad lib. on pastures with expected intakes of:

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES (g/animal/day)
TYPE OF ANIMAL
CATTLE
SHEEP

MIN
400
80
MAX
600
100
 
*At minimum intake, the levels of these minerals do not meet the minimum requirements for a mineral
supplement for ruminants as prescribed by Act 36 (1947).

WARNING
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS IONOPHORES AND MUST NET BE FED TO HORSES.
   
 
Classification: Protein - Energy - Trace mineral supplement for ruminants
Format: Meal / Pellets
Registration No.: V15249
OBJECTIVE

To maximize growth of heifers and ewes in order to increase conception and re-conception rates. To maximize growth of weaners and lambs for maximum profit gain.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES (g/animal/day)
TYPE OF ANIMAL
HEIFERS
SHEEP
WEANERS (GRASSLOTTING)
LAMBS (GRASSLOTTING)

MIN
1200
250
1200
225
MAX
1500
300
1500
250
 

WARNING
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS IONOPHORES AND MUST NET BE FED TO HORSES.
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NPN SOURCES - SEE UREA WARNING.
   
 
Classification: Mineral - Trace mineral supplement for ruminants
Format: Meal / Pellets
Registration No.: V18601
OBJECTIVE
Supreme 20 can be used:
1. To increase body condition score before the breeding season;
2. As a Transition Lick between seasons or as an Autumn Lick supplement;
3. To steam up bulls and rams before the breeding season;
4. As a dry cow mixture to help prevent milk fever;
5. To supplement energy before and after calving / lambing;
6. To restore body condition after disease, relieve transit stress or other stress
    that may lead to loss of weight.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Supreme 20 can be fed as a ready-mixed production lick from the bag as is.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES (g/animal/day)
TYPE OF ANIMAL
CATTLE
SHEEP

MIN
1200
200
MAX
1500
300
 

WARNING
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NPN SOURCES - SEE UREA WARNING.
   
 
Classification: Protein - Energy - Trace mineral supplement for ruminants
Format: Meal / Pellets
Registration No.: V18598
OBJECTIVE
Lambing Lick stimulates udder health, milk production and colostrum quality in lambing ewes, ensuring weaning of strong, healthy lambs. Lambing Lick promotes wool growth. Although this product is suited for the supplementation of heifers on dormant grazing, refer to Production Lick for better results.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES (g/animal/day)
TYPE OF ANIMAL
SHEEP (Ewes)
Start 6 weeks before lambing
SHEEP (Wool producing)
All year round - minimum of 100g in the
growing season and 200g during the
dry season
REPLACEMENT HEIFERS

MIN
200

200



1100
MAX
250

220



1200
 

WARNING
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NPN SOURCES - SEE UREA WARNING.
   
 
Classification: Protein - Energy - Trace mineral supplement for ruminants
Format: Meal / Pellets
Registration No.: V21260

OBJECTIVE
Production Lick is the ideal product for the rearing of the breeding herd (Heifers) during the dry season. The product contains good quality protein, energy, and trace minerals to achieve optimal growth under limiting grazing circumstances. Production Lick will stimulate the rumen to optimize the utilization of low quality grazing and roughage. The ionophore in Production Lick further ensures that the animals will gain condition, and/or weight under these sub-optimal conditions.

This product is also ideal to be supplemented to cows, during the latter stages of the dry season, when the quality of the grazing is at its weakest, and the feeding requirements of the animals are very high. Supplementing cows with will have a positive effect on the condition of cows, which will be reflected in a better conception rate, milk production and weaning weights.

Production Lick is also very well suited to increase body condition before the mating season as a steam-up ration. Any animal that has lost body condition due to stress, disease, transport etc., will benefit greatly from this product.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES (g/animal/day)

TYPE OF ANIMAL
CATTLE
SHEEP

MIN
1200
200
MAX
1500
300
 

WARNING
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NPN SOURCES - SEE UREA WARNING.
   
 
Classification: Protein - Energy - Trace mineral supplement for ruminants
Format: Block
Registration No.: V18129

OBJECTIVE
Energy Block is a source of Energy, Minerals and Trace Mineral supplementation to all classes of livestock. Although not classified as a Protein source, Energy Block supplies sufficient protein to stimulate rumen microbes and increase the voluntary dry matter intake and digestibility of consumed roughages. Energy Block can be supplemented to dairy, cattle and sheep on grazing and/or pastures or complete feeds where sufficient protein is supplied by the dry matter, but where energy, minerals and trace minerals is deficient. Energy Block is an ideal supplement before mating, calving/lambing and where animals need to improve in body condition score.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES (g/animal/day)

TYPE OF ANIMAL
CATTLE
SHEEP

MIN
950
180
MAX
1000
240
 
*At minimum intake, the levels of these minerals do not meet the minimum requirements for a mineral
supplement for cattle and sheep as prescribed by Act 36 (1947).

WARNING
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NPN SOURCES - SEE UREA WARNING.
   
 
Classification: Protein - Mineral - Trace mineral supplement for sheep
Format: Block
Registration No.: V18127

OBJECTIVE
Sheep Lekker Lick Block is a Protein, Mineral, Trace mineral, Energy Supplement to be used before, during and after lambing, and that could be used all year round for wool breeds. During lambing his product assists the ewe with udder development, milk production and prevents thick colostrum which is often the cause of ewes rejecting lambs. The result will be healthier, stronger and heavier weaned lambs, and ewes that will recover quicker and has increased chances of re-conception.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES (g/animal/day)

TYPE OF ANIMAL
SHEEP

MIN
200
MAX
395
 
*At minimum intake, the levels of these minerals do not meet the minimum requirements for a mineral
supplement for cattle and sheep as prescribed by Act 36 (1947).

WARNING
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NPN SOURCES - SEE UREA WARNING.
   
 
Classification: Protein - Mineral - Trace mineral supplement for ruminants
Format: Block
Registration No.: V18130

OBJECTIVE
Ruminant Block is a Protein, Mineral, Trace mineral Supplement for cattle, sheep and goats on low quality roughage. The product will be used by dairy farmers, cattle farmers and sheep farmers and is specifically handy where all species are found on one farm, grazing the same camps from time to time. Ruminant Block is used to supplement the natural shortage of protein during the dry season. Ruminant Block also provides the necessary minerals and trace minerals, which lead to maximum fertility and reproduction. The balance between natural protein, NPN and energy sources will enhance rumen microbial activity and cause the animal to optimally utilize the available roughage. Ruminant Block is an easy way of supplementation in hard to reach areas, such as mountainous camps, and where animals can not be visited frequently.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES (g/animal/day)

TYPE OF ANIMAL
CATTLE
SMALL RUMINANTS

MIN
600
120
MAX
800
140
 
*At minimum intake, the levels of these minerals do not meet the minimum requirements for a mineral
supplement for cattle and sheep as prescribed by Act 36 (1947).

WARNING
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NPN SOURCES - SEE UREA WARNING.
   
 
Classification: Protein - Mineral - Trace mineral supplement for game
Format: Block
Registration No.: V18591

OBJECTIVE
Game Block is a source of Protein and Trace minerals to be supplemented to game. Game Block can be supplemented to all types of antelope and ruminant game. Aloe powder is included in this product as a standard according to the recommended inclusion levels of the manufacturers thereof.

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES (g/animal/day)

TYPE OF ANIMAL
BIGGER GAME
SMALLER GAME

MIN
950
200
MAX
1200
300
 
*At minimum intake, the levels of these minerals do not meet the minimum requirements for a mineral
supplement for game as prescribed by Act 36 (1947).
   
 
Classification: Protein - Mineral - Trace mineral concentrate supplement for ruminants
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V18607
OBJECTIVE

Multimix 40 Concentrate is a NPN-free protein – trace mineral concentrate to be used to home mix:
1. Sheep Maintenance Protein Licks
2. Beef Maintenance Protein Licks
3. Production Licks for sheep
4. Production Licks for beef
5. Energy Licks

 

WARNING
MIXTURES IN THE TABLE CONTAINS NPN SOURCES – SEE UREA WARNING.

MIXING & FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS
Mix and feed according to the instructions in the table below:


*At minimum intake, the levels of these minerals do not meet the minimum requirements for a mineral
supplement for cattle and sheep as prescribed by Act 36 (1947).
   
 
Classification: Protein - Mineral - Trace mineral concentrate supplement for ruminants
Format: Meal
Registration No.: V18146
OBJECTIVE

HPC 64 is an ionophore-free, low inclusion finishing concentrate for ruminants. Therefore HPC 64 is suitable for use in production systems where the use of ionophores is not permitted. HPC 64 can be included in different ratios with raw ingredients listed to produce complete finishing rations for cattle and sheep. HPC 64 can be used to mix other on-farm feeds - consult your Meadow Technical Advisor.

 

WARNING
THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NPN SOURCES - SEE UREA WARNING.
THIS IS A CONCENTRATE AND SHOULD NOT BE FED UNMIXED.
DUE TO THE HIGH CONCENTRATION OF THIS PRODUCT, PROPER MIXING PRACTICES ARE CRUCIAL TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS.

MIXING & FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS
Follow the mixing instructions in the table to make the following:


* Feed with ad lib. access to roughage or pasture at all times. See further feeding instructions for feedlots.
 
 
 
Classification: Soluble vitamin &
electrolytes for cattle & sheep
Registration No.: V20064
OBJECTIVE
Use as a replenishment aid for lost essential vitamins, antioxidants, free-flowing agent.

ADDITIVES
None.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Dissolve 90g (one sachet) of Meadow Electrolyte in 2 litres of lukewarm water (or use multiples or submultiples of these quantity of Meadow Electrolyte and water.)

EXPECTED FEED INTAKES
• Adult cattle: Offer instead of drinking water
• Calves: Feed 2 litres twice a day instead of milk or milk replacer for 2 days, thereafter

mix 1 litre solution with 1 litre milk or milk replacer and feed twice a day for 2 days.

• Adult sheep: Offer instead of drinking water.
• Lambs: Feed 250ml twice a day instead of milk or milk replacer for 2 days, thereafter

mix 125ml solution with 125ml milk or milk replacer and feed twice a day for 2 days.


 
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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.
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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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