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Controlled intake, premium energy and protein lick to support flock performance in a highly palatable form.

Extra high energy (16MJ ME/kg DM) lick to help support optimal ewe body condition scores, and target lamb growth rates.

High protein (14%), including urea, helps support forage utilisation, colostrum production and weaned lamb frame growth.

Contains an excellent level of vitamin E at 1000iu/kg and 12mg/kg selenium to support good stock health at key stages of the production cycle, and lamb vigour at lambing time.

Includes vitamin B1 for where there is a risk of cerebrocortical necrosis (CCN), and vitamin B12 to support energy metabolism in multiple-bearing ewes and growing lambs.

Offer to:

  • Breeding ewes from 2 weeks pre-tupping for 8 weeks
  • Ewes and hoggs from mid to late pregnancy
  • Growing and finishing lambs after weaning
  • All cattle over 3 months of age

How much Premier Energy will I need for my flock?

Feeding recommendations are shows as a guide only.

Flock size 20kg buckets per week 80kg buckets per week
50 1 - 2 1
100 2 - 3 1
150 3 - 4 1
300 6 - 7 1 - 2
600 13 - 14 3 - 4

 

 

 

 

 

Practical Feeding Guide

Offer 1 x 20kg lick per 30-35 ewes or 10-15 cattle
Offer 1 x 80kg lick per 90 ewes or 50 cattle
Make sure forage is available ad lib and offer licks on a free access basis

Premier Energy offers the following multiple nutritional benefits for sheep:

High in Tupping Lambing Post-Lambing Weaned lambs
Protein

Immunity and low worm burdens in thinner and younger ewes

Optimal ewe body condition and conception rates

Modern ewe increased protein requirements

Milk and colostrum production

Milk production and suckling lamb growth rates

Target growth rates and lean frame development.

Low worm burdens

Available sugars Optimal ewe body condition and conception rates Maintenance of feed intakes where there is a risk of twin lamb disease Grazing utilisation and subsequent milk production Forage digestion and subsequent target growth rates
Selenium and vitamin E Fertility, immunity and conception rates Healthy and vigorous newborn lambs at less risk of disease and mortality Health and performance Health and performance
Zinc Fertility, immunity and conception rates Hoof health to maintain feed intakes in multiple-bearing ewes at risk of twin lamb disease Hoof health where there is a risk of lameness Hoof health for maintenance of feed intakes and target growth rates
Cobalt Lamb vigour at birth Energy metabolism in multiple-bearing ewes at risk of twin lamb disease Energy metabolism for milk production and suckling lamb growth rates Energy metabolism for target growth rates (cobalt deficient areas in particular)
B vitamins Optimal ewe body condition and conception rates Energy metabolism in multiple-bearing ewes at risk of twin lamb disease Milk production and suckling lamb growth rates

Energy metabolism for target growth rates (cobalt deficient areas in particular)

Where there is a risk of cerebrocortical necrosis (CCN)

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