Active Lamb Rearing

Active Lamb Rearing


Active Lamb Grower Feed, for lambs that eat Active Lamb Starter feed, after weaning in the 45-60-day period, using cereal crushes or crushes at the age of 14-15 weeks until the end of fattening or until 45 days before the birth of the female to be raised as a breeder for the best growth and development It is carefully formulated and produced.


Contains 17% crude protein. Protein quality, that is, bypass protein ratio is high.

It provides maximum benefit from the feed by accelerating the development of the rumen.

It prevents the occurrence of white muscle disease.

Thanks to the high-quality and highly digestible raw materials it contains, it is eagerly consumed by the lambs.

It prevents urinary stone and bladder problems caused by it.

Provides high live weight gain and carcass efficiency.


• It should be ensured that lambs have free access to clean and potable water.

• At least 1 m2 dry litter area should be provided for every 3 lambs. The bedding area provided at the age of 1 month should be 1 m2 for 2 lambs.

• It is beneficial to keep lambs younger than one week in separate sections.

• From 60 days on, Öztürk Lamb Grower Feed should be offered as free consumption.

• On the 30th day, quality hay can be given.

• For the heating of the shelters, 1 (250 W) infra-red lamp can be used for every 15 lambs, 1 meter from the floor or alternative heating systems can be preferred.

• Respiratory problems will increase as a result of high humidity (80%) and insufficient ventilation in lamb shelters. Especially in winter, excessive and direct air flow should be avoided. In addition, it should be ensured that the shelter is sufficiently ventilated.

• Pre-natal and postnatal vaccination and health practices in lambs and pregnant ewes should be done within the framework of a protocol.

• It is important to take male and female yearlings at their 4th month into separate paddocks to prevent unwanted early pregnancy.



Active Lamb Rearing Feed

Alfalfa And Good Quality Hay






150-300 gr



350-600 gr

350-600 gr



* 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.