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Active Fattening Improvement

Active Fattening Improvement

Definition

- It is our fattening feed that can be used at the end of the fattening with the head, mid-fattening and grains, developed in order to enable the faster development of young animals in the growing age to be fed.

Features

It contains 16% crude protein and its protein quality is high.

- In regions and enterprises where roughage quality is low, it does not require an extra protein or energy supplement at the beginning or mid-fattening periods.

- At the end of the fattening period, it can be supplemented with cereal crushes or flakes and can be used until the end of the fattening.

- It contains buffer substances to reduce metabolic disorders such as acidosis and laminitis and to increase roughage digestion.

Advices

• If you are just starting the ACTIVE BREEDING DEVELOPMENT feed, mix it with your old feed for at least 10 days.

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

• 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 food.

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

• Our livestock should be able to reach feed for 24 hours.

• It will be appropriate to give 1 kg of concentrate per 50 kg live weight to our livestock at the beginning of fattening.

• We must 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 Fattening

Straw

Grain

Corn Silage

200-250

5

6

1

1

-

-

4

3

250-300

6

7

1

1

-

-

4

3

300-350

7

8

1

1

1

1

4

3

400-450

8

9

1

1

1,5

2

4

3

450-500

9

9

1

1

2

3

4

3

500-550

9

9

1

1

2,5

4

4

3

550-600

9

9

1

1

3

5

4

3

  * 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.