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Minerals & Supplements
Most livestock are fed a forage based ration. Whether it is fresh or conserved, the mineral content of such forages does not generally meet the animals’ minimum dietary requirements. Modern grassland management further depresses the availability of minerals and trace elements, therefore, feeding supplements is an essential practice to optimise the performance of your stock.
Carrs Billington understand the importance of proper, high quality supplementation, targeting specific issues on farm, as a result we have a selection of products to offer that work with various farming practices and methods, so you can be sure to find and option that suits you and your stock.
An ad-lib or powdered mineral supplementation that incorporates a unique single strain yeast cell wall material, rich in mannan-oligosaccharides (MOS) that work by inhibiting the binding of pathogens to the gut wall, enhancing digestive efficiency and decreasing pathogen pressure. Megastart is packed full of vitamins and minerals ideal to provide required key nutrients.
Crystalyx supplies a high energy form of supplementation to the main forage diets of cows, beef, sheep, goats, and deer in a very palatable form. Crystalyx has been trialled at some of the finest agricultural institutes in the world, such as Kansas State University, Newcastle University, University of Hannover and Aberystwyth University to name but a few. It is this independent research that give credibility to the benefits of Crystalyx, and allows livestock farmers to put their trust in Crystalyx products.
Rumevite is a range of high energy, high protein high mineral feed blocks for a range of applications. Rumevite is ideal to balance deficiencies in grazing & forage, and to promote good stock health.
Carrs Billington offer a unique range of vitamin & mineral drenches for growing animals, fast action energy drenches for lambs ewes and cattle, high specification colostrum’s and traditional boluses for specific deficiencies. Visit you country store or discuss with your animal health specialist for more information on the options available.