Starter Crumbles

TURKEY STARTER CRUMBLES

A complete ration designed for day old poults to 6 weeks old.

PRODUCT BENEFITS

  • A minimum of 19% protein and high levels of premixed vitamins and minerals to promote sound growth and development in the early stages of life

  • Our crumbles keep their natural flavours, with reduced waste and dust

  • High calcium and balanced phosphorus ensure optimum bone growth and lay the foundation for long term structural strength

  • Fortified with Advanced Feeds vitamin and mineral premix

  • Each bag displays an Expiry Date, so you know its fresh.

  • We source the best natural ingredients from farmers in Western Australia

  • We believe the best way for your turkey to receive the vital nutrients and energy it needs is through a natural product. Minimal processing ensures our ingredients keep their natural goodness

Nutritional Analysis : Guaranteed Minimums

  • Crude Protein (%)19.0
  • AD Fibre (%)5.0
  • M.E. (Kcal/Kg)3155
  • Sulphur (%)0.13
  • Sodium (%)0.08
  • Magnesium (%)0.12
  • Potassium (g/kg)0.43
  • Iron (PPM)150.0
  • Copper (PPM)5.0
  • Water Content (%)6.7
  • Digestibility (%)90
  • Phosphorous (%)0.62
  • Zinc (PPM)57.0
  • Calcium (%)1.2
  • Manganese (PPM)68.0

Typical Ingredients

May contain one or more of the following due to seasonal variations: Cereal Grains & By-Products, Legumes, Seeds, Crystalline Amino Acids, Calcium, Dicalcium Phosphorus, Protein Meals & Oils,  Vitamin & Mineral Premix.

Feeding Guide

Feed Ad Lib via feeders that are protected from weather. Please ensure clean fresh water is available at all times. Consumption will vary depending on pasture, environments, breed, weight, age and sex. Approx. 50 grams of feed per day.

STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS

Store in dry cool and clean place. When stored under correct conditions best before 12 months from packing date.

THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS RESTRICTED ANIMAL MATERIAL – DO NOT FEED TO CATTLE, SHEEP, GOATS, DEER OR OTHER RUMINANTS.

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