Breeder Sheep Feed

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rs-ewe-developer
RS Ewe Developer
  • For ewe lambs from 4 months of age up to breeding.
  • Suggested for ewe lambs rearing for breeding purpose to develop good body configuration.
  • Supplies balanced amino acids and minerals to enhance growth rate.
  • Attains breeding weight of 25 kg at an early age.
Feed Composition:
Nutrients Level (% DM Basis)
Dry Matter (Max) 11
Crude Protein (Min) 16
UDP (Min)* 8
RDP (Min)* 8
Crude Fibre (Max) 8
Crude Fat (Min) 3
Energy (ME, Kcal/kg)* 2600
*Calculated
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RS Sheep Classic
  • For dry sheep, Rams, ewes during early pregnancy and late lactation.
  • Suggested to reduce feed cost through enhanced concentrate intake.
  • To maintain good body health for breeder sheep.
  • Supplies more than 50% as RDP to ensure microbial protein synthesis.
Feed Composition:
Nutrients Level (% DM Basis)
Dry Matter (Max) 11
Crude Protein (Min) 18
UDP (Min)* 8
RDP (Min)* 10
Crude Fibre (Max) 10
Crude Fat (Min) 3
Energy (ME, Kcal/kg)* 2500
*Calculated
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RS Mother Ewe Formula
  • For ewes, 2 months before and 2 months after lambing.
  • Prevent metabolic diseases due to nutrient deficiency.
  • Supplies energy, 60 % UDP and minerals to enhance birth weight.
  • Enhance milk yield in ewes for better growth of lambs and reduces lambing interval.
Feed Composition:
Nutrients Level (% DM Basis)
Dry Matter (Max) 11
Crude Protein (Min) 22
UDP (Min)* 12
RDP (Min)* 10
Crude Fibre (Max) 6
Crude Fat (Min) 3
Energy (ME, Kcal/kg)* 2600
*Calculated
Benefits to humans:

Sheep cheese comprises about 1.3 percent of the world's cheese production. Some of the world's most famous cheese were originally made from sheep's milk.

  • Cheese (Roquefort, feta, Ricotta, Pecorina Romano)
  • Yogurt
  • Butter
  • Ice Cream
Packing:

We provide feed labelling over each packing bag, which is embedded with information regarding the nutritional information, list of essential ingredients and a guaranteed analysis.

Feeding Details & Tips to raise Sheep:
  • Weigh your lamb in pounds and multiply that number by .01 (1.0%) to get the amount of daily feed from which you should start.
  • Hay should be available free choice to start and then reduce as lambs come on feed.
  • Over the next two to three weeks, gradually increase the feed until you are feeding the equivalent of 3% to 3.5% of your lamb's bodyweight per day.
  • Start with a healthy lamb that has the potential to develop the desirable characteristics that judges want. 
  • Follow the vaccination and worming program prescribed by your veterinarian.
  • Keep your animals safe and healthy with appropriate fencing and shelter.
  • Provide access to fresh, clean water at all times.
  • Be consistent with your feeding program. Feed at the same time each day and increase feed volume gradually as the lamb grows.
  • Exercise show lambs by walking them three to five times per week to improve control in the show ring and showmanship skills.
  • Check weight gains at regular intervals and adjust daily feeding rate as needed to ensure weight targets are reached.
  • Leave market animals on this program until they reach market weight. 

Feed is perishable. Store feed in a clean, cool and dry location. Storage area should be free of insects and rodents. Do not allow animal's access to feedstuffs directly that could generate sign of insects or rodent infestation. Do not allow animal’s access to hot or moldy feedstuffs at any time.

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