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PULLET DIETS
• Pullet Starter
• Pullet Grower
• Pullet Developer

   
 
Classification: Layer diet
Format: Mash
Registration No.: V16416
OBJECTIVE

Powerlay early lay is designed to be used as part of a phase feeding program for hens in lay. It is formulated using grain products and pulses that contain no animal-by-products, fishmeal or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Powerlay Early Lay should be fed from point of lay to 35 weeks of age. During this period feed intake will vary from an initial intake of 105g per bird per day to 111g per bird per day. Approximate feed consumption will be between 9 and 11kgs per bird. Feed intake will be affected by environment, breed, housing and management.


 
   
 
Classification: Layer diet
Format: Mash
Registration No.: V16417
OBJECTIVE

Powerlay Utility Lay is designed to be used as a complete feeding program for hens in lay. It is formulated using grain products and pulses that contain no animal-by-products, fishmeal or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Powerlay Utility Lay should be fed from 36 weeks to 50 weeks of age. During this period feed intake will vary from an initial intake of 111g per bird per day to 117g per bird per day. Approximate feed consumption will be between 10 and 11kgs per bird. Feed intake will be affected by environment, breed, housing and management.

Powerlay Utility Lay is recommended where only one feed is to be used throughout the laying period.


 
   
 
Classification: Layer diet
Format: Mash
Registration No.: V16418
OBJECTIVE

Powerlay Late Lay is designed to be used as part of a phase feeding program for hens in lay. It is formulated using grain products and pulses that contain no animal-by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Powerlay Late Lay should be fed from 50 weeks of age to cull (66 weeks of age). During this period feed intake will vary from 117g per bird per day to 123g per bird per day. Approximate feed consumption will be between 13 and 14kgs per bird. Feed intake will be affected by environment, breed, housing and management.


 
   
 
Classification: Layer diet
Format: Mash
Registration No.: V10747
OBJECTIVE

Mesolay 96 is designed to fed during the summer months from placement of pullets up until peak production, when feed intake is constant and less varible. It is formulated using grain products and pulses that contain no animal-by-products, fishmeal or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Mesolay 96 should be fed from point of lay to peak production. During this period feed intake will vary from an initial intake of 96g per bird per day to 102g per bird per day. Feed intake will be affected by environment, breed, housing and management.


 
   
 
Classification: Pullet diet
Format: Mash
Registration No.: V9807
OBJECTIVE

Pullet Starter mash is to be used as the first phase feed in the rearing of egg laying pullets. It is formulated using grain products and pulses, but no animal-by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Pullet Starter mash should be fed to egg laying pullets from day old through to six weeks of age. The approximate feed consumption should be 1.1kg per bird. Amino acid density is aimed to meet the requirements of optimal skeletal and organ development, which forms the basis of future egg production.


 
   
 
Classification: Pullet diet
Format: Mash
Registration No.: V9985
OBJECTIVE

Pullet Grower mash is to be used as the second phase feed in the rearing of egg laying pullets. It is formulated using grain products and pulses, but no animal-by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
It is recommended that Pullet Grower mash should be fed to egg laying pullets from six weeks to twelve weeks of age. The approximate feed consumption should be 2.3kg. Amino acid density is aimed to meet the requirements of optimal skeletal and organ development, but especially for feather development.


 
   
 
Classification: Pullet diet
Format: Mash
Registration No.: V9810
OBJECTIVE

Pullet Developer mash is to be used as the third phase feed in the rearing of egg laying pullets. It is formulated using grain products and pulses, animal-by-products or hormones.

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS
Pullet Developer mash should be fed to egg laying pullets from twelve weeks to point of lay at eighteen weeks of age. The approximate feed consumption should be 3.7kg per bird. The nutrient density of the Developer is the lowest in the pullet rearing diet range. It is formulated for flock uniformity and body development to prepare the pullet for the laying period.


 
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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.
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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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