Download Feed Formulae for Various Farm Animals
#1
Animals will grow faster when fed diets that meet their nutritional requirement. The nutritional requirements will vary depending on the type of animal, productivity and age. Broiler chicks will have a different feed requirement from grown up broilers. Also cattle will have a totally different requirement from poultry. A cow producing milk will have a different requirement from one not producing milk etc.

To formulate feed that meet the animals’ requirements, different feed ingredients are usually blended in certain proportion to meet the requirement.

The ebook you’re about to download for free contains feed formulae for the following animals:

1. Egg layers (chick starter, grower and layers)
2. Broilers (starter and finisher)
3. Pigs (Sow, weaners and growers/fatteners)
4. Catfish and Tilapia

To download these free ebook, you must have made at least 10 posts in this forum. If you have made up to 10 posts, click on the link below to download the ebook

Download Feed Formulae for Various Farm Animals.
Food for the Nation.
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#2
I nid tutorial on layr prod
I nid cage fairly use am in ogun
Do any body knw abt trukey buz here
Do u knw dat broiler trukey is dsame as imported truk
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#3
Those were ebooks I'll recommended to anyone who want to formulate there own feed. Tnks.
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#4
is there a market for turkey?
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#5
Of course there will be. But you have to take the time to look for it.
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#6
Ten posts to be able to download???? Please how do I go about it? Is it by commenting or by opening a topic?
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#7
(05-08-2015, 08:00 AM)Zika Wrote: Ten posts to be able to download???? Please how do I go about it? Is it by commenting or by opening a topic?

Any one of them - comment or open a topic.
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#8
I love this site
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#9
Thanks for the compliment.
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#10
This forum is awesome, informative, educating & sometimes entertaining. The information on this feed formulae is superb even a lay man farmer can do the mixing. Admin thank u 4 this info. More grease to your elbow
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#11
You're highly welcome Dare. Keep on posting because there is more to gain. I'll always share my real secrets with only members that are posting in this forum. Thanks for your posts so far. A good way to increase your post count is to open a topic where you talk about your daily farm activities.
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#12
(01-06-2015, 11:50 PM)FarmTech Wrote: Animals will grow faster when fed diets that meet their nutritional requirement. The nutritional requirements will vary depending on the type of animal, productivity and age. Broiler chicks will have a different feed requirement from grown up broilers. Also cattle will have a totally different requirement from poultry. A cow producing milk will have a different requirement from one not producing milk etc.

To formulate feed that meet the animals’ requirements, different feed ingredients are usually blended in certain proportion to meet the requirement.

The ebook you’re about to download for free contains feed formulae for the following animals:

1. Egg layers (chick starter, grower and layers)
2. Broilers (starter and finisher)
3. Pigs (Sow, weaners and growers/fatteners)
4. Catfish and Tilapia

To download these free ebook, you must have made at least 10 posts in this forum. If you have made up to 10 posts, click on the link below to download the ebook

Download Feed Formulae for Various Farm Animals.
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#13
This could not be downloaded. please look into this.
(01-06-2015, 11:50 PM)FarmTech Wrote: Animals will grow faster when fed diets that meet their nutritional requirement. The nutritional requirements will vary depending on the type of animal, productivity and age. Broiler chicks will have a different feed requirement from grown up broilers. Also cattle will have a totally different requirement from poultry. A cow producing milk will have a different requirement from one not producing milk etc.

To formulate feed that meet the animals’ requirements, different feed ingredients are usually blended in certain proportion to meet the requirement.

The ebook you’re about to download for free contains feed formulae for the following animals:

1. Egg layers (chick starter, grower and layers)
2. Broilers (starter and finisher)
3. Pigs (Sow, weaners and growers/fatteners)
4. Catfish and Tilapia

To download these free ebook, you must have made at least 10 posts in this forum. If you have made up to 10 posts, click on the link below to download the ebook

Download Feed Formulae for Various Farm Animals.
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#14
After making 11 post I could not download the feed formular, kindly assist.
(01-06-2015, 11:50 PM)FarmTech Wrote: Animals will grow faster when fed diets that meet their nutritional requirement. The nutritional requirements will vary depending on the type of animal, productivity and age. Broiler chicks will have a different feed requirement from grown up broilers. Also cattle will have a totally different requirement from poultry. A cow producing milk will have a different requirement from one not producing milk etc.

To formulate feed that meet the animals’ requirements, different feed ingredients are usually blended in certain proportion to meet the requirement.

The ebook you’re about to download for free contains feed formulae for the following animals:

1. Egg layers (chick starter, grower and layers)
2. Broilers (starter and finisher)
3. Pigs (Sow, weaners and growers/fatteners)
4. Catfish and Tilapia

To download these free ebook, you must have made at least 10 posts in this forum. If you have made up to 10 posts, click on the link below to download the ebook

Download Feed Formulae for Various Farm Animals.
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#15
Is there any equipment that should be bought as a prerequisite for the production of your own feed?
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#16
(05-25-2015, 02:56 PM)olaoluwa Wrote: After making 11 post I could not download the feed formular, kindly assist.
You could not see the link or what? Tell me what actually happened.
(05-25-2015, 04:26 PM)Majinice Wrote: Is there any equipment that should be bought as a prerequisite for the production of your own feed?
You can either pay a feedmill or you buy your own hammer mill and mixer with lister generator.
This article on our blog will help: http://www.farmersjoint.com/blog/livesto...3-ways-go/.
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#17
I was able to download it the next day thanks.
(05-26-2015, 04:26 PM)Henlus Wrote: You could not see the link or what? Tell me what actually happened.
You can either pay a feedmill or you buy your own hammer mill and mixer with lister generator.
This article on our blog will help: http://www.farmersjoint.com/blog/livesto...3-ways-go/.
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#18
I'm happy to hear that. If any one have any such problem, please let me know.
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#19
(01-06-2015, 11:50 PM)FarmTech Wrote: Animals will grow faster when fed diets that meet their nutritional requirement. The nutritional requirements will vary depending on the type of animal, productivity and age. Broiler chicks will have a different feed requirement from grown up broilers. Also cattle will have a totally different requirement from poultry. A cow producing milk will have a different requirement from one not producing milk etc.

To formulate feed that meet the animals’ requirements, different feed ingredients are usually blended in certain proportion to meet the requirement.

The ebook you’re about to download for free contains feed formulae for the following animals:

1. Egg layers (chick starter, grower and layers)
2. Broilers (starter and finisher)
3. Pigs (Sow, weaners and growers/fatteners)
4. Catfish and Tilapia

To download these free ebook, you must have made at least 10 posts in this forum. If you have made up to 10 posts, click on the link below to download the ebook

Download Feed Formulae for Various Farm Animals.
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#20
I have about 1500 layers about 50 weeks now but i am getting only 30 crates daily
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