Your poultry will enjoy a feed of Robinwood Mixed Corn, Split Maize or Wheat, which can be given during the latter part of the afternoon once the flock has had sufficient quantity of Robinwood Layers’ Pellets. Mixed corn, split maize or wheat should be fed at a rate of approximately 28 g or 1 ounce per bird. Cereal grains are not a replacement diet for Poultry Layers Pellets
Egg laying hens will also benefit from the availability of mixed poultry grit which will aid with digestion and support the production of strong egg shells.
Is important that all poultry have access to feed and water at all times. Feed and water should be made available in a suitable receptacle to minimise wastage and contamination.
. Suitable for laying hens, geese, ducks and bantams
. A completely natural product
. Good source of carbohydrate and energy
. Manufactured in our Farm Assured (UFAS), drug free mill
Mostly sourced from the UK, wheat that enters the animal food chain is generally termed ‘feed wheat’. Wheat is recognisable in its original state as a buff-coloured, oval shaped grain with a prominent crease from axis to axis. Wheat is high in starch – typically around the 64% mark – offering good available energy. It has an average level of protein and is deemed to be low in fibre at 3%.
|Bulk Pricing Breakdown|
|Quantity Ordered||Cost Per Bag|
|1 - 9||6.50|
|10 - 24||6.10|
|25 - 49||5.86|
|*Price adjustments will be reflected in the cart.|
Analytical Constituents: crude protein – 14%, crude fibre – 3%, crude oil – 2%, ash- 2%