14% ALPACA & LLAMA (PELLET) 25 kg
OPTIMAL NUTRITION For ALPACAS & LLAMAS
Masterfeeds Heritage™ Alpaca and Llama pellets contain high quality ingredients in a palatable formulation designed to meet the specific nutritional requirements of alpacas. Contains high levels of essential vitamins, such as A, D, E, and chelated zinc to help maximize muscle and fiber growth.
- Crude Protein (minimum) 14.0%
- Crude Fat (minimum) 2.5%
- Crude Fibre (maximum) 10.5%
- Calcium (actual) 1.2%
- Phosphorus (actual) 1.2%
- Magnesium (actual) 0.5%
- Sulfur (actual) 0.2%
- Sodium (actual) 0.45%
- Potassium (actual) 0.7%
- Iodine (actual) 2.2 mg/kg
- Copper (added) 10 mg/kg
- Copper (actual) 20 mg/kg
- Manganese (actual) 285 mg/kg
- Zinc (actual) 375 mg/kg
- Cobalt (actual) 1.8 mg/kg
- Fluorine (maximum) 125 mg/kg
- Vitamin A (minimum) 37,000 IU/kg
- Vitamin D (minimum) 6,000 IU/kg
- Vitamin E (minimum) 425 IU/kg
This feed contains added selenium at 4.5 mg/kg.
Masterfeeds Heritage 14% Llama Ration should be fed as a nutritional supplement to mature animals at 0.5 kg/head/day and from 0.25 to 0.5 kg/head/day to growing animals. Feed along with a good quality legume or mixed forage. Llamas requiring additional energy during cold weather, vigorous activity or lactation should be fed some additional grain along with this product. For more detailed information, contact your Masterfeeds representative.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
The correct levels of critical nutrients, such as vitamins A, E, minerals, and selenium help to maximize genetic potential for growth and fibre production.
Easy to handle, improved consumption and results in less feed wastage.
Contains Zinc Methionine.
Zinc is essential for excellent skin condition and luxurious hair coat. Added zinc methionine has shown a reduction in the problems associated with foot rot and improved immunity.
This feed contains added copper. Llamas are susceptible to copper deficiency and toxicosis. Have your feedstuffs analyzed and consult a qualified nutritionist or veterinarian to determine the suitability of this feed to local conditions.