Çamlı Lamb Grower Feed
Çamlı Lamb Grower Feed has been formulated to meet all nutritional requirements of the lambs from the beginning of the 3 months old to the end of the 5th month.
- It accelerates rumen development and provides maximum benefit from feed.
- It prevents white muscle disease.
- It is consumed appetisingly by the lambs with the highly digestible raw materials in its content.
- It prevents kidney stones and urinary calculi problems.
- It provides rapid live weight gain and carcass yield.
Instruction for Use:
Çamlı Lamb Grower Feed must be offered to the lambs in a freely consumable manner from the very beginning of 3rdmonth age up to the end of 5th month of age. If the lambs are provided from outside, it would be appropriate to start with 300 grams of feed per day and then increase the amount of feed given every week by 60-80 grams.
- Lambing barns should be checked at least 4 times a day. It must be made sure that newborn lambs are given 150 ml -250 ml of colostrum within the first 2 hours and the second dose should be given within first 6 hours after the birth.
- Free access of lambs to clean and potable water must be ensured.
- At least 1 m2 of dry bedding area must be provided for each group of three lambs. 1 m2 of bedding area must be provided for 1 month old 2 lambs.
- It is useful to keep small lambs younger than one week in separate sections.
- Çamlı Lamb Starter feed should be offered as independent consumption from the 1st day on.
- You can start to give good quality hay on the 30th day.
- Temperatures of the lamb barns required by the lambs are 25 ° C on the first day, 18° C (+-5° C) if it's younger than 3 weeks and 13° C-15° C if it's older than 3 weeks.
- In the heating of barns one (250W) infrared lamp installed to a level 1 meter above the floor may be used for 15 lambs or alternative heating systems can be preferred.
- Respiratory problems will increase in case of high humidity content (≥ 80%) and inadequate ventilation in lamb barns. Especially during the winter season, excessive and direct air flow should be avoided. It must be also made sure that the barn is ventilated adequately.
- Vaccination and health practices for lambs and pregnant sheep are required to be carried out within a framework of a protocol.