Edge 40 is an exciting new product from Compass Feeds and a very flexible addition to our pelleted mineral range.
Edge 40 has been formulated to suit the nutrient needs of a wide range of grazing ruminants, including, sheep, cattle, goats, alpacas. Packed with essential Macro and Trace elements and added buffers, Edge 40 is a perfect fit for supplementary feeding regimes.
A simple addition rate of 40 kg of Edge 40 to 1 tonne of grain makes quick work of mineral supply. EDGE 40 is non medicated, the product does not contain restricted animal materials, antibiotics or Ionophore’s, thereby allowing EDGE 40 a perfect fit as a product of choice for most Farm Assurance Programs, or where medications are not required.
This product can be used in a wide range of feeding strategies where a mineral and trace element product is required to allow balance when feeding grain.
Edge 40 also contains Acid Buf, natures perfect rumen buffer as a complimentary ingredient where control of lactic acid production is important, primarily where cereal grains are used as the base ingredient.
EDGE 40 is an ideal product to supply critical nutrients to all classes of livestock where supplementary feed is supplied, either during periods of dry feed, or as a vital part of feeding off productive pastures.
EDGE 40 contains a wide range of nutrients including, Calcium, Phosphorous, Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium, Sulphur, Manganese, Zinc, Selenium, Cobalt, Copper, Iron and a wide range of naturally occurring amino acids , Vitamins, A, D3, E.
Edge 40 comes packed in 20 kg bags or Bulka Bags where required.
Edge 40 has nil withholding period
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For nutritional advice call Ross Waller on 0427186943
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