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Wynnstay SupaWean Pig Pellets 500kg

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Wynnstay have a policy of using high quality, raw materials together with specially formulated supplements to ensure diets will perform to the requirements of today's standards.

SupaWean pellets are best for pigs which are 4-10 weeks old and are 7-35kg in weight. Available in 20kg bags.

Smaller quantities available.

The new Wynnstay High Quality Protein (HQP) pig feeds are formulated to amino acids, rather than crude protein, to ensure specific amino acid requirements are met and correctly balanced. This is required for optimum performance and growth of lean meat. 

Focusing on protein quality rather than quantity also improves gut health, reduces nitrogen excretion to the environment and keeps diets cost effective.

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