LambGain

Improved Weights

Optimum performance when finishing off on grain

Antibiotic free

Safe Product

Increased Feed Intake

Improves fibre digestibility, rumen stability and feed intake

LambGain

Lamb Gain is a new, low inclusion concentrate supplement by Performance Feeds that uses innovative ingredients to boost production when finishing prime lambs on grain. It is a safe, convenient, productive, anti-biotic free, and affordable supplement that when added to grain helps producers boost production and profitability. Antibiotic free, helps to balance diet when feeding grain.

LambGain – the answer for optimum weaning weights in lambs

Reduces rumen disruption and acidosis which are the most common cause of both mortality and sub optimal gain

Reduces urinary calculi

No ionophore toxicity risks Convenience

The ratio is 20kg of Lamb Gain per 1 tonne of grain, that’s just one bag of Lamb Gain
Low quantity means less labour in lifting and mixing on farm

Less amount of product needed also means less in store and on farm storage space is needed Productivity

Provides a well-rounded and balanced trace mineral diet.

Improves feed conversion efficiency
Improves carcass and meat quality
High nutritional conversion into a saleable product.

A sustainable supplement that can help lower methane gas emissions and provides the animal with exactly what it needs to increase performance and results, but at a low cost to the producer – Small investment for higher return

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Finish of prime lambs on grain
Anti-biotic free
Well-rounded and balanced trace mineral diet.

Protein%26.00
Calcium (Ca) %18.00
Salt (NaCl), max %15.50
Sulphur (S) min. %4.60
Magnesium (Mg) min. %2.00
Phosphorous (P) %0.05
Potassium%0.05
Zinc (Zn) minppm3,900
Manganeseppm3,900
Iodine (I), min. ppm200.00
Cobalt (Co), min ppm55.00
Selemium (Se), min. ppm34.00
Copperppm6.00
Vitamin A IU/kg110,000.00
Vitamin D3 IU/kg11,00.00
Vitamin E IU/kg355.00
Buffer %35.00
Agolinmg/kg2,5000.00

Integrate within your program when finishing lambs on grain

The ratio is 20kg of Lamb Gain per 1 tonne of grain, that’s just one bag of Lamb Gain
Low quantity means less labour in lifting and mixing on farm.

Calcium carbonate (limestone), salt, magnesium oxide, monocalcium
phosphate, vegetable protein meal, elemental sulfur, manganese sulphate,
zinc sulphate, copper sulphate, sodium selenite, vitamin A (retinol), vitamin D,
vitamin E (acetate), potassium iodide, cobalt carbonate, ammonium sulfate,
buffer and agolin

The ratio is 20kg of Lamb Gain per 1 tonne of grain, that’s just one bag of Lamb Gain
Low quantity means less labour in lifting and mixing on farm.

 

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When is it best to use Lamb Gain?

When finishing lambs on grain.

The ratio is 20kg of Lamb Gain per 1 tonne of grain, that’s just one bag of Lamb Gain.

Low quantity means less labour in lifting and mixing on farm.

 

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