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Active Cutting

Active Cutting

Definition

Our Active Fattening Slaughter contains high levels of energy and starch, developed to be used in the last two months before the slaughter of fattened animals. It is carefully formulated and produced in order to provide a fast body weight shot for the last period of the food and a positive effect on meat quality.

Benefits

• It is a feed recommended to be used for 2 months before slaughter in order to meet the increasing energy need before slaughter. It contains starch and sugar that will positively affect the carcass quality.

• When used in recommended amounts, it minimizes the problem of feeding-related carcass dark meat.

• Animals reach slaughter maturity quickly as recommended and in intensive use.

• Buffer substances are used to minimize tympani, acidosis and laminitis problems that may occur due to intense feeding at the end of the feed.

• Feeding programs recommended for high live weight gain should be followed.

Advices

• If you are just starting the ACTIVE CUTTING feed, switch to it by mixing it with your old feed for at least 10 days.

• In planning the shelters of our livestock, the dry litter area per animal should be at least 1 m2 per 100 kg live weight. It would also be good if the navigation area is 1 floor of it.

• It is very important for our livestock to have a feeder area of ​​at least 40-50 cm per animal in free systems in order to avoid competition and to ensure free access to feed.

• It is important that we provide clean and potable water for our livestock 24 hours a day.

• Our livestock should have access to feed for 24 hours.

• It would be appropriate to give 1 kg of concentrate for every 50 kg of live weight at the beginning of fattening.

• We should keep our livestock in paddocks that are not too crowded and of a close age and live weight as possible. We should not change the paddocks of our animals unless necessary.

• We must keep quarantine paddocks for our livestock. We must create the necessary preventive vaccination and treatment programs.

 

DLWG (Kg/Day)

1

1,5

1

1,5

1

1,5

1

1,5

Live Weight (kg)

Active Cutting

Straw

Grain

Corn Silage

450-500

9

10

2,5

2,5

-

-

-

-

500-550

10

11

2,5

2,5

-

-

-

-

450-500

8

9

1

1

2

2

4

4

500-550

9

10

1

1

2

2

4

4

* The amount of roughage and concentrate given in the table is reported as the amount to be given per animal per day. If a raw material other than the ones in the table will be used, ask for support from your regional sales manager.