Box 308

Carnduff, Saskatchewan S0C0S0 Canada

306-482-3678

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Poultry Feed


All of our poultry feeds are high quality Masterfeeds products.  Please give us a call at 306-482-3678 for inquires on prices or different rations.


20% Chick Starter

Features:

  • Contains added amino acids, vitamins, and minerals
  • Calcium and phosphorus are from highly available sources and are in the correct amount
  • Medicated with a coccidiostat (Amprol)

Benefits:

Guaranteed Analysis

  • Essential for growth of pullets
  • Promotes strong bone and skeletal development
  • Controls coccidiosis
 Protein (min)   20.0%  Phosphorus (act)                        0.7%
 Fat (min)             3.0%  Calcium (act)                               0.9%
 Fiber (max)        5.0%  Vitamin A (min)           10,000 IU/kg
 Salt (act)             0.4%  Vitamin D3 (min)           3,100 IU/kg
 Sodium (act)      0.2%  Vitamin E (min)                   30 IU/kg

This feed contains added SELENIUM at 0.30 mg/kg

Directions for use:

  • Feed this medicated feed continuously to pullets 6-8 weeks of age
  • Pullets should weigh about 0.5 kg at 6 weeks of age.  Follow breeder guidelines for correct body weight at any given age
  • Change to 16% Pullet Grower at 6-8 weeks of age
  • Good quality water should always be provided to chickens

Caution:

  • Do not feed to laying birds in production
  • Do not feed in association with another feed containing supplemental selenium
  • This feed contains added selenium, follow directions carefully
  • Do not feed to cattle, sheep, deer, or other ruminants
  • Do not use amprolium medicated feeds as a treatment for outbreaks of coccidiosis
  • If unexplained deaths occur, obtain an accurate diagnosis and follow a veterinarian's or poultry pathologist's recommendations
 

16% Pullet Grower

Features:

  • Contains added amino acids, vitamins, and minerals
  • Moderate energy level
  • Calcium and phosphorus are in the correct amount
  • Medicated with a coccidiostat (Amprol)

Benefits:

  • Essential for growth of pullets
  • Helps prevent laying chickens from becoming obese
  • Promotes strong bone and skeletal development
  • Controls coccidiosis

Guaranteed Analysis

 Protein(min)     16.0%  Phosphorus (act)                       0.7%
 Fat (min)            2.5%  Calcium (act)                              0.9%
 Fiber (max)        5.0%  Vitamin A (min)          10,000 IU/kg
 Salt (act)            0.5%  Vitamin D3 (min)          3,100 IU/kg
 Sodium (act)       0.2%  Vitamin E (min)                  30 IU/kg

This feed contains added SELENIUM at 0.30 mg/kg

Directions for use:

  • Feed this ration as the sole ration from approximately 6-12 weeks of age, then switch to 14% Pullet Developer (provided that body weight targets are met).  If fed until production, chagne to 17% Laying Ration at 18 weeks of age, or as soon as the first eggs are found
  • 16% Pullet Grower should be medicated for floor birds with a coccidiostat until birds are approximately 12 weeks of age.  At this time the coccidiostat may be removed
  • Feed free choice allowing pullets to clean out the trough every few days
  • Good water should be provided free choice to chickens

Caution:

  • This feed contains selenium, directions for use must be carefully followed
  • Do not use in association with another feed containing supplemental selenium
  • Do not feed to laying birds in production
  • Do not use amprolium medicated feeds as a treatment for outbreak of coccidiosis
  • If unexplained deaths occur, obtain an accurate diagnosis and follow a veterinarian's or poultry pathologist's recommendations
  • Do not feed to cattle, sheep, deer, or other ruminants


17% Laying Ration

Features:

  • Contains enzymes
  • Contains added amino acids, energy, vitamins and minerals
  • Highly available sources of calcium and phosphorus

Benefits:

  • Increase digestibility of barley and wheat in the diet
  • Versatile feed which provides the amino acids essential for high egg production, good egg size, good eggshell quality, and layer health
  • Important in eggshell strength and to maintain sound bones

Guaranteed Analysis

 Protein (min)     17.0%  Phosphorus (act)                       0.6%
 Fat (min)             2.5%  Calcium (act)                             4.2%
 Fiber (max)         5.0%  Vitamin A (min)              10,000 IU/kg
 Salt (act)             0.5%  Vitamin D3 (min)              3,100 IU/kg
 Sodium (act)        0.2%  Vitamin E (min)                      30 IU/kg

This feed contains added SELENIUM at 0.30 mg/kg

Directions for use:

  • Feed this ration post peak production as the sole ration to laying hens following 18% Laying Ration.  Feed this ration until egg production reaches 75% or egg size and body weight warrant a feed change
  • Feed free choice allowing pullets to clean out the trough every few days
  • Good water should be provided free choice to chickens

Caution:

  • This feed contains selenium; directions for use must be carefully followed
  • Do not use in association with another feed containing supplemental selenium
  • Do not feed to cattle, sheep, deer, or other ruminants
 

We also stock 25 kg bags of oyster shells


Other poultry feeds available from Masterfeeds upon special order:

  • 35% Layer Supplement
  • 26% Turkey Starter
  • 22% Turkey Grower
  • 35% Turkey Grower
  • 22% Duck and Goose Starter
  • 18% Duck and Goose Grower
  • 16% Duck and Goose Finisher
 

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