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No.17

No.17 Top Line Conditioning Mix

KEY FEATURESHighly digestible, oat-free, high oil, with Yea-Sacc
WORKLOADRest, light, moderate, hard
KEY INGREDIENTSMicronised cereals, soya and linseed oils
New bag design for 2016.

This non-heating mix was formulated to deliver similar benefits to Top Line Conditioning Cubes and is free from whole oats with cereals that have been micronised to make the starch content as digestible as possible.  It is popular both for promoting condition and as a non-heating performance feed, being both particularly appetising and nutrient dense. Just like the cubes, Top Line Conditioning Mix contains quality protein and promotes outstanding muscle tone and top line and its concentrated formulation means it doesn’t have to be fed by the bucket full to get results. 
 
Its blend of soya and linseed deliver a balance of Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, supported by antioxidants, which benefit coat condition as well as supplying non-heating energy and promoting stamina. Yea Sacc® yeast culture is also included to stimulate fibre-digesting bacteria and promote gut efficiency, of particular benefit when gut health may have been compromised or at times of stress. 

   

No.17 New
Scoop 1
One level Stubbs round bowl scoop holds 1.3kg / 2.75lbs of No.17

COMPOSITION

Micronised Wheat, Alfalfa Meall, Micronised Barley, Distillers’ Grains, Molasses, Wheatfeed, Micronised Maize, Micronised Soya Beans, Micronised Peas, Soya Oil, Dicalcium Phosphate, Cooked Linseed, Soya (Bean) Hulls, Vitamins and Minerals, Calcium Carbonate, Sodium Chloride, Calcined Magnesite, ScFOS (Digest Plus prebiotic), Yea-Sacc ® yeast culture

ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS

DIGESTIBLE ENERGY12.5MJ/kg
PROTEIN12.5%
OIL6%
FIBRE8%
ASH6.5%

FEEDING ADVICE

  • Top Line Conditioning Mix (or Cubes) will be more efficient promoters of weight gain than adding straights to a low energy mix.
  • Ideal fed on its own, although chaff and/or sugar beet can be added if desired.
  • Full feeding recommendations are on the reverse of the sack.
 
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