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Excellent source of energy from starch. Wheat is the principle UK-grown cereal crop.
Good UK-grown source of energy, which is high in starch.
Ideal high oil cereal, high in energy. Digestible fibre makes oats a good digestive aid.
Excellent source of energy for all types of animal. Maize is an ideal source of natural egg yolk colour. Home-grown crop is used whenever possible.
- Oat Bran / Wheat Bran
Ideal UK-processed fibre sources, derived from the human food industry.
- Soya oil
Rich in linoleic oil, this is an outstanding source of slowly released energy. Excellent for coat condition and bloom.
Naturally high sugar source of energy, which is extremely palatable.
Wherever possible we use micronized grains, pulses and soya in our feeds, which we micronize on site prior to inclusion in our coarse mixes. The micronization process improves:
- Performance of diets.
- Digestive system, thus reducing many digestive disorders.
- Nutrient uptake.
- Protein uptake.
Generally used in micronized (cooked and flaked) form. Natural UK-grown protein source. Good source of sugars and starch.
Traditional UK-grown source of vegetable protein, generally used in micronized (cooked and flaked) form. They are also a good source of starch.
- Soya Beans
Soya is regarded as the best quality vegetable protein source available for animal nutrition. High in protein and energy, it has an excellent amino acid profile and is a good source of B and D vitamins. Used in the micronized (cooked and flaked) form, soya retains its naturally high oil content.
- Linseed Expeller
Palatable, high energy protein source which also contains good digestible fibre. Excellent for coat bloom and condition.
- Dried grass
UK-grown source of both protein and digestible fibre.
All Badminton compounds are nutritionally balanced with vitamins and minerals to meet the daily requirements of those animals for which diets are designed.