Ace Hi Big Feeder Laying Mash 50lb
A complete feed formulated to meet the needs of egg laying hens over 18 weeks old. No additional supplementation is required. This feed is in the traditional mash form, used by farmers for decades.
Cracked Corn, Soybean Meal, Wheat Bran, Calcium Carbonate, Cane Molasses, Suncured Alfalfa Meal, Granite Grit, Oyster Shell, Mono Dicalcium Phosphate, Flax Seed, Canola Oil, Salt (Sodium Chloride), Marigold Extract, Red Pepper Extract, Propionic Acid (a preservative), Choline Chloride, Zinc Oxide, Manganous Oxide, Ferrous Sulfate, Vitamin A Acetate, Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol), Vitamin D3 Supplement, DL-Calcium Pantothenic Acid, Riboflavin Supplement, Niacin Supplement, Vitamin K (Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex), Thiamine Mononitrate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Copper Sulfate, Ethylenediamine Dihydriodide, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Folic Acid, Sodium Selenite (Selenium).
|Crude Protein||– not less than 16%|
|Crude Fat||– not less than 3.3%|
|Crude Fiber||– not more than 4.5%|
|Ash||– not more than 18%|
|Calcium||– not less than 3.61%|
|Calcium||– not more than 4.41%|
|Phosphorus||– not less than 0.70%|
|Sodium||– not less than 0.22%|
Suggested Feeding Program
After egg production begins, feed Ace-Hi Big Feeder Laying Feeds for maximum egg production and livability. Plan on using 1/4 lb of Ace-Hi Big Feeder Laying Feeds per hen per day. However, due to the size of the hen, time of year (summer vs. winter), age of hen and laying cycle, the feed consumption may vary.
• Keep fresh feed and water available
• Do not overfeed or underfeed
• Feed trough should be filled from 1/2 to 2/3 full
• Provide fresh, clean water daily
Tips for Healthy Chickens
• Observe proper nutrition. Also, Chickens must always have access to water because they drink in small increments throughout the day. They need
water in order to digest properly, and if a hen is deprived of water, she will become dehydrated and it will impair her ability to lay eggs.
• Provide spacious coops with adequate ventilation and never mix chicks or growing birds with adults.
• Do not house new chickens in facilities previously used by another flock until the facilities have been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. If you must
mix birds of another flock with your existing flock, quarantine the new birds for a few weeks to ensure they are disease free.
• Vaccinate against disease common to your area and avoid exposing your flock to wild birds and vermin. Isolate sick birds from the rest of your flock.
• Do not indiscriminately administer antibiotics as a preventative health care practice and bring any health concerns to the attention of your veterinarian.
|Dimensions||28 × 4.75 × 17.25 in|