Whole Roasted Flaxseed (Patent Pending)

Benefits of roasted flax in livestock rations (Patent Pending):

Energy and Protein Ingredient for livestock Feeds

Guaranteed Analysis:

  • Enhances the delivery of amino acids and fatty acids
  • Omega 3 improving reproductive performance.
  • Decreases toxins through roasting process
  • Omega 3 fat metabolized for health
  • Increases feed efficiency
  • Increased energy availability
  • Roasting increases shelf life
  • Replaces synthetic amino acids
  • Reduced cases of acidosis which causes ulcers and future medication needs
  • Allows for better utilization of other grains decreasing feed input requirement

Crude Protein (min)…….20.3%
Sodium (actual)…………….0.1%
Potassium (actual)…………0.8%
Sulfur (actual)……………….0.2%
Copper (actual)……….10 mg/kg
Iron (actual)……………62 mg/kg
Manganese (actual)…32 mg/kg
Zinc (actual)……………47 mg/kg  

Magnesium (actual)….0.4%
Crude Fat (max)………46.5%
Crude Fat (min)………46.5%
Crude Fiber (max)…….6.0%
ADF (max)………………12.0%
NDF (max)……………..20.4%
Calcium (actual)……….0.2%
Phosphorus (actual)….0.7%  

Directions for use:

 Whole Roasted Flaxseed is typically fed at 20 to 100 grams per 100 kg body weight mixed into the horse’s daily ration. Feed according to the life stage and/or performance of the horse and the quality of the hay or pasture. This product does not contain added salt; supplementary salt will be required. Thoroughly mix this product into the total diet or daily ration before use. Do not feed undiluted. Forage should be provided with clean fresh water at all times.

Triple Cleaned, Clipped & Polished Oats

Our cleaning process ensures the following:

Energy and Protein Ingredient for livestock Feeds

Guaranteed Analysis:

  • Cleans out impurities → fungus and foreign material
  • Thin non energy oats are removed
  • Removes dust in order to reduce chances of colic
  • Matches kernel size in order to ensure uniformity
  • Cleans the rough edges of the oats off to enhance uniformity and in doing so also reduces factors contributing to ulcers or intestinal digestive issues.
  • Aids in removing mold and mycotoxins
  • Cleanliness of debris contamination from harvest
  • Enables a fresh, sweet smell; palatability of oats are related to mold and contamination

Crude Protein (min)……….11.7%
Degradable Protein (max) ..69%
Crude Fat (max) ………………5.1%
Crude Fat (min) ………………5.1%
Starch (max) …………………56.2%
ADF (max) ……………………..7.8%
NDF (max) …………………….17.2%
Calcium (actual) ………………0.1% 

Phosphorus (actual) ………0.3%
Magnesium (actual) ……….0.1%
Sodium (actual)……………. 0.0%
Potassium (actual) …………0.4%
Sulfur (actual) ……………….0.2%
Copper (actual)………… 4 mg/kg
Iron (actual) ……………79 mg/kg
Manganese (actual) ….36 mg/kg
Zinc (actual)…………… 24 mg/kg

Cost effectiveness:

  • Allows for more palatable and usable product in less volume
  • Less expenses regarding ineffective feed
  • Getting more oats for what you’ve paid for

Directions for use:

Platinum Whole Oats is typically fed at 0.15 to 0.75 kg per 100 kg body weight mixed into the horse’s daily ration. Feed according to the life stage and/or performance of the horse and the quality of the hay or pasture. This product does not contain added salt; supplementary salt will be required. Thoroughly mix this product into the total diet or daily ration before use. Do not feed undiluted. Forage should be provided with clean fresh water at all times.

Barley

Cleaned to 54 lb/bushel

Our cleaning process ensures the following:

Energy and Protein Ingredient for livestock Feeds

Guaranteed Analysis:

  • Cleans out impurities → fungus and foreign material
  • Thin non energy barley kernels are removed
  • Matches kernel size in order to ensure uniformity
  • Removes the awn (beard) of the barley to enhance uniformity and in doing so also reduces factors contributing to throat abscesses.
  • Aids in reducing molds found in the barley
  • Cleanliness of debris contamination from harvest

Crude Protein (min)…….12.0%
Degradable Protein (max)…46%
Crude Fat (max)…………2.1%
Crude Fat (min)…………2.1%
Crude Fiber (max)……….3.2%
ADF (max)………………4.7%
NDF (max)……………..14.6%
Starch (max)…………..59.7%
Sugar (max)…………….0.7%
NFC (max)……………..69.3% 

Calcium (actual)…….0.0%
Phosphorus (actual)….0.5%
Magnesium (actual)…..0.1%
Sodium (actual)……..0.0%
Potassium (actual)…..0.5%
Sulfur (actual)……..0.1%
Copper (actual)…..5 mg/kg
Iron (actual)……53 mg/kg
Manganese (actual).15 mg/kg
Zinc (actual)……27 mg/kg

Cost effectiveness:

  • Allows for more palatable and usable product in less volume
  • Less expenses regarding ineffective feed
  • Getting more oats for what you’ve paid for

Directions for use:

Whole Barley is typically fed at 0.15 to 0.75 kg per 100 kg body weight mixed into the horse’s daily ration. Feed according to the life stage and/or performance of the horse and the quality of the hay or pasture. This product does not contain added salt; supplementary salt will be required. Thoroughly mix this product into the total diet or daily ration before use. Do not feed undiluted. Forage should be provided with clean fresh water at all times.

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