Camel Racing Diet

Camel Racing Diet

Information

  • Improved formula
  • Added B vitamins
  • Highly absorbable copper source
  • Race winning formula

Feeding Guidelines

Feed in conjunction with forage at amounts to meet nutritional needs for desired growth rates, dependent upon the available forage or grass quality, typically around 1% of bodyweight. Forage should always form the greatest part of the diet. 

Ensure clean fresh water is available at all times. 

Do not feed to sheep, Angora or Pygmy goats.

  • Nutritional Analysis
  • Composition
  • Testimonials
  • Protein = 14%

    Lysine = 6g/kg

    Methionine = 2g/kg

    Oil = 4.5%

    Fibre = 8%

    Ash = 7.5%

    Starch = 29%

    Sugar = 6%

    Protein = 14%

    Lysine = 6g/kg

    Methionine = 2g/kg

    Oil = 4.5%

    Fibre = 8%

    Ash = 7.5%

    Starch = 29%

    Sugar = 6%

    Oats; Flaked Barley; Flaked Wheat; Wheatfeed; Flaked Maize; Sunflower Seed Meal, Dehulled; Molasses; Grass, dried; Soya (bean) meal feed, dehulled (Non GM soya); Micronised Flaked Peas; Calcium Carbonate; Full Fat Linseed Meal; Linseed Expeller; Sodium Chloride; Dried Beet Pulp; Rapeseed Oil; Dicalcium Phosphate; Potassium Chloride; Magnesium Oxide

    Oats; Flaked Barley; Flaked Wheat; Wheatfeed; Flaked Maize; Sunflower Seed Meal, Dehulled; Molasses; Grass, dried; Soya (bean) meal feed, dehulled (Non GM soya); Micronised Flaked Peas; Calcium Carbonate; Full Fat Linseed Meal; Linseed Expeller; Sodium Chloride; Dried Beet Pulp; Rapeseed Oil; Dicalcium Phosphate; Potassium Chloride; Magnesium Oxide

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