LAYING HENS

As a result of breeding programmes for genetic progress to increase production chickens and hens are more prone to illnesses. This forces chicken farmers to pay much more attention to factors such as housing, lighting, ventilation, air, light, feeding space, living space, inoculation, water supply and feeding programmes. Any form of stress increases the risk of illnesses and this leads to production losses. It is advisable to consult technical advisors before any kind of farming is attempted. Sernick has a range of layer feeds that has been formulated according to the latest technological developments in order to ensure excellent production.

Registration Act 36/1947

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Nutrient

Chicken Starter

Pullet Growth

Lay 110

Lay 120

Unit

Protein (min)

180

150

150

130

g/kg

Lysine (min)

7

6

6

5

g/kg

Methionine (min)

3

2.5

2.5

2

g/kg

Fiber (max)

70

80

70

70

g/kg

Fat (min)

25

25

25

25

g/kg

Calcium (min)

8

8

35

30

g/kg

Calcium (max)

12

15

45

40

g/kg

Phosphorus (min)

6

5

5

5

g/kg

Moisture (max)

120

120

120

120

g/kg

Salt (max)

5

5

6

6

g/kg

FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS:

All rations must be fed ad lib.to chickens at all times. Feed chickens on Chicken Starter Meal from day 1 up to nine weeks old and then switch to Pullet Growth Meal up to eighteen weeks old or until pullets weigh at least 1,65 kg. Hens start producing at approximately 18-20 weeks weeks old. Feed Lay 110 up to approximately 45-50 weeks old and after that switch over to Lay 120.

Kindly consult the Sernick technical staff for information and advice.

FORM AND PACKAGING:

These meal products are available in 50 kg bags and in bulk.

WARNING:

This animal feed contains registered medicaments. Feeding should be done strictly according to directions for use.

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