SF Biscuit

Product Description

A high energy blended meal based on de-packaged surplus bakery, biscuit, confectionary and breakfast cereal co products suitable for feeding to cattle, sheep and goats.  

Features & Benefits

SF Biscuit is a high energy cooked feed suitable for feeding to cattle, sheep and goats. It will increse the energy density of all diets when included making it excellent feed for beef finishing units and high yielding dairy units. SF biscuit has an appreciable sugar content that will enrich the fermentable energy supply of most diets lacking in this source of energy. SF biscuit has all year availability throughout the UK.   

Delivery

SF biscuit is delivered in bulk tipper vehicles of 20T & 29T.

Feed advice

Beef Cattle - Up to 5 kgs/head/day

Dairy Cattle - Up to 4 kgs/head/day

Sheep/Goats - Up to 0.5 kgs/head/day

Assurance Status

SF biscuit is 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.

Product specification

Dry matter
87,0 %
MEr
15,00 MJ
Crude protein
11,5 %
Oil (total)
9,5 %
Starch
46,0 %
Sugar
17,3 %
NDF
16,1 %
Calcium
0,23 %
Phosphorus
0,34 %
Potassium
0,69 %
Sodium
0,34 %
Last modification 29-11-2018

*Data presented on a dry matter basis.

All information, data, recommendations and advice given on this document are as guides only. Please contact Duynie Uk Ltd for more detailed information. All products supplied by Duynie UK Ltd should be used in diets under the advice and recommendation of qualified personnel.

SF biscuit should be stored in a clean lined clamp with concrete floor in a vermin proof building. 

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