Cooked Potato Chips

Suitable for:  Pigs

Features and benefits

Cooked Potato Chips have a very high energy content that will enhance the energy density of all diets they are included in. They have a high starch content and their cooking gives them excellent digestibility for pigs. This makes them an excellent feed for finishing diets for pigs. They have all year availability from several potato chip manufacturing factories located in England. 

Product specification

Dry matter
35,0 %
DEpig
18,50 MJ
NEpig
14,60 MJ
Crude protein
6,5 %
NDF
5,5 %
Oil (total)
14,0 %
Starch
56,0 %
Sugar
2,0 %
Ash
3,0 %
Calcium
0,23 %
Phosphorus
0,27 %
Potassium
1,20 %
Sodium
0,20 %
Chloride
0,28 %
Copper
3,0 mg
Zinc
13,6 mg
Manganese
8,0 mg
Lysine
0,39 %
Methionine
0,08 %
Methionine + Cystine
0,18 %
Threonine
0,28 %
Tryptophan
0,07 %
Digestible Lysine
0,17 %
Digestible Methionine
0,04 %
Digestible Meth+Cyst
0,07 %
Digestible Threonine
0,09 %
Digestible Tryptophan
0,02 %

Last modification 03-03-2020

*Data presented on a dry matter basis.

Product description

High energy & starch cooked potato feed produced from numerous UK chip manufacturing factories suitable for feeding to pigs. 

Assurance status

Cooked Potato Chips are an assured feed that is included in the FEMAS Certification for which the numerous supplying factories are certified. Duynie Ltd is approved against the requirements of the Universal Feed Assurance Scheme (UFAS) accreditation for the merchanting of compound feed and assured feed materials, including third party haulage.

All Duynie's Co-Product feeds are obtained from factories that select and process only food quality raw materials.  No claim is made that the raw materials are GM-free and the feeds should not be used by organic livestock farmers.

Delivery

Cooked Potato Chips are delivered in bulk tipper vehicles of 29T

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