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EWEMASTER Flusher Bucket 18kg

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General mineral and feed supplementation at grass or indoors. Use where extra energy is required at tupping time. Ideal for breeding sheep from 2 weeks pre-tupping for 10 weeks.

  • Energy packed feed and mineral lick
  • Use where extra energy is required at tupping time
  • Ideal for breeding sheep from two weeks pre-tupping for 10 weeks
  • Meets lamb mineral, trace elements and vitamin requirements
  • Balances grazing, forages and diets based on straights with extra energy and quality protein
  • High in energy (14 ME) from Megalac (protected fat)
  • Offer ad-lib at a ratio of one bucket per 30-40 sheep and sited away from water sources
  • Can be safely fed to stock already treated with vit-min bolus or multi-vitamin injection.
  • Meets lamb mineral, trace elements and vitamin requirements.
  • Balances grazing, forages and diets based on straights with extra energy and quality protein.
  • High in energy (14 ME) from Megalac (protected fat).
  • Offer ad lib at a ratio of 1 bucket per 20-30 cattle or 30-40 sheep and sited away from water sources.
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