• Alpaca Pellets

    £2.75£14.75
    Botts Pond Alpaca Pellets have been specifically formulated and prepared to provide a healthy and natural diet for alpacas. Alpacas evolved in the harsh conditions of South America therefore they are able to utilise their feed accordingly. They are ruminants and will do best when provided with clean pasture with access to high dry matter long fibre such as hay or haylage. Their intake can be supplemented with these pellets to assist in increasing the Protein level content of the diet. These pellets also contain the high levels of vitamins and minerals to supplement the background levels in their basic feeds. Always make changes in diet gradually, we recommend a period of at least one week. The Alpaca should always be provided with basic shelter. This will protect them against excess heat in summer and bad weather in the winter months. A constant supply of fresh water should be provided. Our Alpaca Pellets are 16% crude protein, with high levels of vitamins and minerals and manufactured in a 3.2mm pellet. Designed as a spring and winter supplementary feed to balance grazing or where protein may be required in the winter months. Specification: 5% Oil 16% Protein 11% Fibre 9% Ash Ingredients in order of inclusion: Sugar Beet Pulp, Wheatfeed, Distillers Grains, Hi-Pro Soya, Molasses, Palm Kernel, Fat, Vitamins and minerals.
  • Barley

    £2.80£18.00
    Barley may be used to make up about 15% of a chicken’s diet. This makes it ideal for mixing with other cereal grain feeds or layers pellets. This cereal crop is low in fat. It is a good cereal feed for poultry, being easily digested by chickens. This is a good cereal feed to keeps the chickens foraging and scratching around, which in turn adds to the grubs, worms and insects they discover. This grain crop is easily digested by chickens. It is an ideal mixing cereal in winter months, giving a change of diet. Waterfowl love Barley, often preferring it to wheat, making it an ideal duck and goose feed, as well as many other animals.
  • Flaked Barley

    £2.20£15.50
    Barley may be used to make up about 15% of a chicken’s diet. This makes it ideal for mixing with other cereal grain feeds or layers pellets. This cereal crop is low in fat. It is a good cereal feed for poultry, being easily digested by chickens. This is a good cereal feed to keeps the chickens foraging and scratching around, which in turn adds to the grubs, worms and insects they discover. This grain crop is easily digested by chickens. It is an ideal mixing cereal in winter months, giving a change of diet. Waterfowl love Barley, often preferring it to wheat, making it an ideal duck and goose feed, as well as many other animals.
  • Flaked Oats

    £2.45£23.75
    Flaked Oats (Micronized) - Usually oats make up about 15-25% of a chicken’s diet, but can comprise up to 60% of their diet, replacing the corn. This cereal crop contains 12-14% protein, due to this lower protein content, they are ideal as a feed supplement rather than sole feed. They are higher in calcium than wheat and corn. Flaked Naked Oats are a good source of oils, protein and vitamins. The rolling process makes the protein more soluble and so easier to digest. Flaked Naked Oats have been de-husked before they are rolled, so contain less fibre, which makes them more digestible for chickens and waterfowl. Oats are a good cereal to feed horses and many other animals. Flaked Naked Oates is a very good feed, being rolled they will not sprout, making for a cleaner feeding area. It is recommended that water is not added to the rolled oats as they become glutinous and more likely to stick to the beaks of the birds.
  • Limestone Flour or Calcium Carbonate is used as food supplement for horses, tortoise, turtles, snails, reptiles, pigeons, chickens, ducks, poultry, and many other animals. Horses; calcium is required for healthy bone, tissue, and hoof development. Limestone flour can be used as an antacid and helping to avoid digestive upsets. The calcium in limestone flour is especially useful as a balanced supplement to grain feeds, such as wheat, which are high in phosphorus. Chickens, ducks, geese, guinea fowl, and other poultry; limestone flour is easily digested and easily added to poultry food, especially grain feeds, where it complements the grain’s phosphorus contents. In poultry it is essential for egg shell development, healthy bone development, and healthy tissues. If you are unfamiliar with using limestone flour as a food supplement, please seek the advice of a vet or animal dietician, for correct dosages.
  • Limestone Granules

    £2.00£13.25
    Limestone Granules or Calcium Carbonate is used as food supplement for horses, tortoise, turtles, snails, reptiles, pigeons, chickens, ducks, poultry, and many other animals. Limestone is a good source of calcium for all birds and the granules can also be used to soak up moisture or dampness in pigeon lofts. Horses; calcium is required for healthy bone, tissue, and hoof development. Limestone granules can be used as an antacid and helping to avoid digestive upsets. The calcium in limestone granules is especially useful as a balanced supplement to grain feeds, such as wheat, which are high in phosphorus. Chickens, ducks, geese, guinea fowl, and other poultry; limestone granules are easily digested and easily added to pigeon and poultry food, especially grain feeds, where it complements the grain’s phosphorus contents. In poultry it is essential for egg shell development, healthy bone development, and healthy tissues. If you are unfamiliar with using limestone granules as a food supplement, please seek the advice of a vet or animal dietician, for correct dosages.
  • Naked Oats – Groats

    £2.85£13.50
    Naked Oats (De-husked Oats) - Groats – Usually oats make up about 15-25% of a chicken’s diet, but can comprise up to 60% of their diet, replacing the corn. This cereal crop contains 12-14% protein, due to this lower protein content, they are ideal as a feed supplement rather than sole feed. They are higher in calcium than wheat and corn. Naked Oats have been de-husked, so contain less fibre, which makes them more digestible for chickens and waterfowl. Oats are a good cereal to feed many animals, as well as waterfowl.
  • Pinhead Oats

    £2.20£25.25
    Pinhead Oats (De-husked & Cut Oats) - Pinhead Oats are enjoyed by poultry, as well as other animals. Usually oats make up about 15-25% of a chicken’s diet, but can comprise up to 60% of their diet, replacing the corn. This cereal crop contains 12-14% protein, due to this lower protein content, they are ideal as a feed supplement rather than sole feed. Oats are higher in calcium than wheat and corn. Pinhead Oats have been de-husked, so contain less fibre, which makes them more digestible for chickens and waterfowl. Once they have been de-husked, they are then chopped or cut into small pieces. Oats are a good cereal to feed for many animals, as well as waterfowl.
  • Rolled Oats

    £2.80£21.20
    Rolled Oats have been coarse crushed by rolling, but the husked oats are not then further rolled until flattened into flakes. Usually oats make up about 15-25% of a chicken’s diet, but can comprise up to 60% of their diet, replacing the corn. This cereal crop contains 12-14% protein, due to this lower protein content, they are ideal as a feed supplement rather than sole feed. They are higher in calcium than wheat and corn. Rolled Oats are a good source of oils, protein and vitamins. The rolling process makes the protein more soluble and so easier to digest. Rolled Oats have not been de-husked before they are rolled, so contain more fibre than flaked oats. The rolling process crushes the oats, making the kernel more accessible to poultry than whole oats. Oats are a good cereal to feed horses and many other animals. Rolled Oats is a very good feed, being rolled they will not sprout, making for a cleaner feeding area. It is recommended that water is not added to the rolled oats as they become glutinous and more likely to stick to the beaks of the birds
  • Sugar Beet Pellets

    £3.70£23.50
    Unmolassed Sugar beet pellets are vegetable matter, which are high in digestible fibre, high energy, and low protein. Sugar beets are processed for sugar, and once the sugar is extracted it leaves sugar beet pulp. The sugar pulp is then processed into pellets, making it easier to handle. Beet pellets are a great food supplement for the diet of horses, cattle, sheep, and goats. They are especially useful for under weight animals, due to their high calorie/energy content. Beet pellets are dried and due to this dehydrated state, it is advisable that they are soaked (completely submerged) in water for at least 15 – 30 minutes prior to feeding or until properly softened. Soaking can help reduce the sugar content of the pellets. The soaking process and access to water for the animals, will ensure they do not become dehydrated.
  • Wheat

    £1.40£12.75
    Wheat – Pigeon, Poultry, Waterfowl & Animal Feed; is a popular chicken feed, that some regard as the staple chicken feed. It is often used as a supplement to a chickens’ diet. This cereal crop has a higher energy value than corn, lower in fat and higher in protein. Generally it has 2% fat compared to 4% fat for corn, and contains more phosphorus than many other grains. This is an excellent grain for mixing with other cereal feeds, such as oats, barley, and corn; as well as layers pellets. Wheat is a staple cereal to feed to many animals, as well as waterfowl. Wheat is used extensively in pigeon mixes.
  • Whole Oats

    £3.30£16.75
    Usually oats make up about 15-25% of a chicken’s diet, but can comprise up to 60% of their diet, replacing the corn. This cereal crop contain 12-14% protein, due to this lower protein content, they are ideal as a feed supplement rather than sole feed. They are higher in calcium than wheat and corn. Oats are a good cereal to feed for many animals, as well as waterfowl.

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