• The most palatable calf muesli on the market, producing great growth rates. Designed for both beef and dairy calves from 1 week of age to 8 months. Molasses makes feed more palatable and attractive to young calves. Contains Lasolocid Sodium at 41.25mg/kg – this is added to improve liveweight gains and feed conversion efficiency in growing cattle. Also helps with control of coccidiosis and reduction of faecal shedding caused by Eimeria Sp. in growing cattle

  • The ultimate high protein and energy pellet suitable for all animals. Pasture Boost is a non-species specific supplement pellet with high protein, energy and fibre. It is an excellent feed for hobby farms with many different animals.

  • A premium micronised grain mix used by the serious farmer who appreciates quality. Designed to provide all essential nutrients for maintenance of your beef cattle as well as higher energy for fattening. Lasolocid sodium is added at a rate of 33mg/kg – helps to improve liveweight gains and feed conversion efficiency in growing cattle. Helps control the clinical signs of coccidiosis and reduction of faecal shedding caused by Eimeria sp. in growing cattle.

    FEEDING GUIDE
    Beef Flakes can be fed up to 2.5% of cattle body weight
    Feed must be introduced to cattle over a 2 to 3 week period and must be fed in conjunction to a fibre source (pasture and or hay)

  • Provides all the nutrition for growth and shine on your show and sale cattle. High protein and energy feed designed to optimise growth and development of show and stud cattle. Lasolocid sodium is added at rate of 41.25mg/kg to improve live weight gains and feed conversion efficiency in growing cattle. To help control the clinical signs of coccidiosis and reduction of faecal shedding caused by Eimeria sp in growing cattle.

    FEEDING GUIDE
    Stud Cattle can be fed to cattle at a maximum level of 2% of their body weight
    Feed must be introduced slowly to cattle over a 2 to 3 week period. Feed must be fed in conjunction to a fibre source (pasture and or hay).