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    Alpaca Blend is a nutritious food formulated to be fed to growing and lactating alpacas and llamas and is also an ideal diet for maintenance.

    Alpaca Blend is a mix of grains and pellets coated in molasses and vegetable oil.

    Feeding Recommendations
    Generally an alpaca’s total daily feed consumption will be between 1.2% to 1.5% of body weight for maintenance, 1.5% to 2.5% growing, 1.5% to 2% late gestation and 1.5% to 3% during lactation. The level of blend fed will vary depending on a number of factors such as body weight and condition, pregnancy, lactation (level of milk production), activity, and quality of the roughage being fed. The portion of blend fed will generally vary between 10% and 75% of total daily feed intake. Roughage is an important part of their daily intake and must be available at all times.

    Introduce Alpaca Blend gradually and avoid sudden changes to diet as digestive problems may occur. If digestive problems occur reduce the amount of blend being fed and increase roughage consumption until normal digestive activity returns.

    When feeding alpacas and llamas be aware that they are prone to choke if they consume food too quickly. Feed in a manner that will slow their rate of consumption.

    Dual Purpose
    Alpaca Blend is a well-balanced nutritious food that can be fed to other ruminants such as sheep, cattle, goats, and deer.
    Roughage and clean, fresh water must be available at all times.
    Alpaca Blend is formulated from a selection of the following ingredients: Barley, wheat, triticale, oats, rice, peas, lupins, lentils, beans, soybean, canola, sunflower, and products derived from these ingredients. Molasses, vegetable oil, limestone, di-calcium phosphate, salt, acid buf, gypsum, bentonite, magnesium sulphate, magnesium oxide, and antioxidants.
    Vitamins: A, D3, E.
    Minerals: Calcium, phosphorus, sodium, chloride, cobalt, copper, iodine, iron, manganese, selenium, and zinc.


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    iO Milktech Lamb milk replacers can be fed to young animals such as lambs, goat kids, foals, fawns, puppies and cria.
    iO Milktech Lamb has been developed to achieve maximum growth rates and contains essential vitamins and minerals required for early growth and development. Easy to mix, a low-cost alternative, and made from quality ingredients.
    Does not contain coccidiostat, making it safe for multiple species.
    Quick Facts & Benefits:
    Milktech LMR contains no coccidiostat and can be fed to young animals such as lambs, goat kids, foals, fawns, puppies, and cria.
    Quality Ingredients. Dose Rates & Administration Instructions:
    Mixing Ratio: Lamb 190g Milktech to one litre of water.
    Kid 150g Milktech LMR to one litre of water.
    MIXING INSTRUCTIONS: Dissolve the required amount of LMR to half the required volume of hot (40oC) water.
    Mix to a creamy smooth consistency and add further hot water to make up the required amount.
    Feed at body temperature (36-38oC).


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    iO Cracked Maize is palatable and suitable for all livestock. It is the most valuable energy source among cereals. In dairy cows, iO Cracked Maize it can support high milk yields because of its high starch content. Providing adequate amounts of starch also promotes rumen bacterial growth, thus enhancing forage digestibility, rumen cycling and subsequent feed intakes. Part of our Premium Grains Range ? thoroughly cleaned and locally sourced Cracked Maize. Less dust, less wastage and more nutrition! Active Constituent: Energy density (MJ ME/kg DM) ? 13.5 (12-16). Starch Content ? 70-75%. Slow fermentation. Crude Protein ? 9.5%. Quick Facts & Benefits: Maize grain is higher in energy density and starch content, and has a slower rate of rumen fermentation. Maize may be useful as a complementary grain to wheat: When grain is fed at high levels per cow per day, When cows are freshly calved, When cows are at increased risk of ruminal acidosis, and In hot weather.


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    Olsson’s Goat Blocks & Bricks are salt based supplements which have been formulated for goats. They are available in 20kg lick blocks and convenient 2kg bricks. Goats have common mineral deficiencies for cobalt, copper, iodine and selenium, dependent on the available pasture. Manganese and zinc deficiencies can also be common in some parts of Australia.


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    Sheep Nuts are formulated to be fed to sheep to
    maintain body weight and condition in situations
    where forage quality and or quantity is limiting. Sheep
    Nuts provide vitamins and minerals to maintain
    health and condition.