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Ewemaster Gold 19 Nuts 500kg

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19% protein, very high energy ewe nut for feeding to high producing ewes.

Smaller quantities available.

  • High levels of quality protein
  • Optimum levels of magnesium, phosphorus and calcium
  • A unique vitamin and trace element supplement
  • 20kg bag
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