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Poultry Feeds, Pig Feeds, Cattle Feeds, Mineral Licks...


The Products

specialized services in manufacturing and distribution

Animal Feeds, additives and mineral supplements

Pioneer Mineral Licks

In addition to the feeds and supplements, we manufacture the following mineral licks;

High phosphorus dairy lick.

A mineral supplement for high yielding dairy cows.

Attributes and benefits.

• Contains high levels of trace and major minerals.

• Contains high levels of phosphorus which increases reproductive performance.

• Promotes high milk production.

• Boosts fertility and general cows’ health.

• Promotes efficient heat detection and faster return to heat.

Feeding rate

• Milking cows-100g per head per day.

• Bulling heifer- 50g per head per day.

Stock lick.

A mineral supplement for beef cattle, sheep and goats.

Attributes and benefits

• Improved feed intake leading to better weight gain.

• Promotes good health and eliminates salt deficiencies.

• Improves growth rate in growing and fattening stock.

• Improves milk production in lactating livestock.

Feeding rate

• Feed ad-lib (free choice) for adult bull cattle.

• For sheep and goats: 30 t0 50 grams per head per day depending on body weight.

• Calves: Allow 50 grams per head per day.

Dairy maziwa lick.

Mineral supplement for optimum milk production.

Attributes and benefits.

• Contains highly digestible ingredients for better performance.

• Promotes enhanced milk production.

• Provides a balance of all major and trace minerals to replace losses in milk production.

• Promoted fertility and general health of the cow.

Feeding rate

Milking cows: 100 grams per head per day.

Bulling heifer: 50 grams per head per day.

Dry cow dairy lick

A mineral supplement for dry cow.

Attributes and benefits

• Contains special; flavor to make it more palatable

• Promotes vigorous calf growth.

• Promotes development of healthy calves.

• Promotes quick return to heat after calving.

Feeding rate

• 80 to 100 grams per head per day depending on the body weight.