Allen & Page Pygmy Goat Mix - 15kg
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Allen & Page Pygmy Goat Mix is a high fibre and wholesome Goat feed with dried fruit and vegetables.
Why Should I Buy Allen & Page Pygmy Goat Mix?
Allen & Page Range Pygmy Goat Mix is perfect for your Goat. It contains a whole host of healthy ingredients, including dried fruit and vegetables. Because these are foods that Pygmy Goats would naturally forage for in the wild. Pygmy Goat Mix supplies all the daily nutrition a goat needs.
Allen & Page Pygmy Goat Mix contains high levels of fibre. Furthermore, with added yeast and prebiotic, it supports a healthy digestive system. So your Pygmy pal will be happy and content with this delicious and natural diet.
What's in Allen & Page Pygmy Goat Mix?
Composition: Barley, Peas, Nutritionally Improved Straw, Linseed, Maize, Wheat Feed, Field Beans, Oats, Alfalfa, Calcium Carbonate, Organic Soya Oil, Grass Meal, Salt, Carrot, Apple, Mint, Yeast, Pineapple, Di-Calcium Phosphate, Fenugreek, Fructo-oligosaccharides• Smallholder feeds only contain ingredients which are identity preserved (Hard IP) Non-GM.
• As Smallholder feeds are manufactured from natural ingredients the colour of the feed can change slightly through the seasons.
Additives (per kg)
Vitamins: Vitamin A (3a672a): 7k iu; Vitamin D3 (3a671) 2.0k iu; Vitamin E (3a700) 20mg
Iron: 10mg (Iron (II) Sulphate Monohydrate) (3b103)
Zinc: 20mg (Zinc Oxide) (3b603)
Manganese: 20mg (Manganous Oxide) (E5)
Iodine: 0.5mg (Calcium Iodate Anhydrous) (3b202)
Selenium: 0.1mg (Sodium Selenite) (E8)
Crude Protein 13.5%, Crude Ash 8%, Crude Oils and Fats 4.5%, Crude Fibre 12%, Calcium 1.2%, Sodium 0.5%, Phosphorous 0.4%, Magnesium 0.16%, Copper 7.5mg/kg
How much Allen & Page Pygmy Goat Mix can I feed my goats?
It is recommended to feed Pygmy Goats twice a day. Because they love routine it is a good idea to feed them at the same time each day so dive the mix evenly between the feeds. Feed approx. 80 - 270g per goat per day depending on age, size and condition.
Goats should also be fed plenty of fresh hay and ensure that plenty of fresh water is available at all times. Any changes in feed should be introduced slowly.