Layers Pellets


The diet contains a full spectrum of vitamins and minerals the inclusion of soya oil provides quality source of Omega 3 fatty acids.

A nutritionally balanced diet for laying poultry, Robinwood layers pellets is an all-year-round diet for laying poultry – feed al libitum.  The energy level provided by this formulation will support a standard suitable for larger-scale egg production systems.


Manufactured in our Farm Assured (UFAS), drug free mill.  * Denotes a gm product.

Bulk Pricing Breakdown
Quantity OrderedCost Per Bag
1 - 910.00
10 - 247.00
25 - 496.70
50 - 6.40
*Price adjustments will be reflected in the cart.
SKU: FFLP Category:
Additional Information
Weight 20 kg

Wheat, wheatfeed, *hipro soya, sunflower meal, limestone, wheat distillers, maize meal, grass nuts, dicalcium phosphate, soya oil.
Analytical Constituents: crude oil -1.9%, crude protein – 17%, fibre – 5.1%, ash – 13.6%, calcium – 4.07%, phosphorous – 0.67%, sodium – 0.17%, lysine 0.72%, methionine – 0.29%

Feeding Guidelines

Feeding Guidelines

This feed is suitable for point-of- lay pullets through to the fully mature egg laying hen. Robinwood Poultry layers’ pellets should not be mixed together with other feeds or grains as the diet is nutritionally formulated to ensure that laying hens have a consistent feed optimised for egg production and overall health. A fully grown, egg-laying hen can be expected to consume approximately 100-150 g of feed per day.
Your poultry will enjoy a feed of Robinwood cereal grains (mixed corn, wheat or split maize) which can be given during the latter part of the afternoon once the flock has had sufficient quantity of Robinwood 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.
This feed is manufactured in our Farm Assured (UFAS) drug-free mill, it can also be fed to ducks and geese.
Is important that all laying 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.