Sheep Optimiser

Sheep Optimiser

  • To boost energy and protein, and balance nutrients
  • For managing body condition score in ewe
Energy
12MJ/kg
For growth & body weight maintenance
Protein
12%
For muscle building and tissue repair
Calcium
1.5%
For strong bones & frame development

Highly digestible energy source specifically formulated to balance the nutritional requirements of all classes of sheep in all grazing situations.

Ideal for managing body condition score in ewes or as a supplementary source of nutrients for lambs grazing protein-rich pastures.

Balanced source of essential vitamins and minerals for optimal health and performance. Buffers for improved rumen function and reduced digestive disorders.

  • To boost protein & balance nutrients
  • For managing body condition score in ewe

Available in 800kg Bulker Bags & Bulk.

Nutrient Levels Per kg Feed

(On a Dry Matter Basis)

Typical Analysis
Energy
Min. 12 MJ ME
Crude Protein
Min. 12%
Crude Fibre
Max. 12%
Crude Fat
Max. 7%
Calcium
Min. 1.5%
Phosphorus
Min. 0.3%
Other Nutrients
Magnesium
2g
Potassium
5g
Sodium
2g
Chloride
7g
Cobalt
0.8mg
Copper
8mg
Iodine
2mg
Manganese
80mg
Selenium
0.3mg
Sulphur
2g
Zinc
80mg
Vitamin A
8,000IU
Vitamin D3
500IU
Vitamin E
40mg

Ingredients

Cereal grains wheat barley rice canola meal lupins rice bran wheat bran lime salt buffers viamin-mineral premix

WARNING: For sheep and lamb use only. Do not feed to horses, poultry or other non-ruminant species.

Feeding Instructions

  • Feeding management is critical when supplementary feeding lambs. Attention to detail and access to a continuous supply of good quality feed and cool, clean water is essential for maximising feed intake, minimising digestive upsets and optimising production efficiency.
  • CopRice Sheep Optimiser Pellets have been designed for feeding lambs from as early as weaning, but a starting weight of at least 30kg is preferred.
  • New feedstuffs should always be introduced over a period of 14 to 21 days to allow the rumen to adapt.
  • Initially it is best to supply pellets at 100 g/head on the ground, with a few older ewes in the mob to train the lambs eating pellets what to do. This practise reduces the number of shy feeders and facilitates easy adaptation onto pellets.
  • Make sure all animals have access to all feeds and clean water at all times.

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