DescriptionFGF Feed / Wanda # 23 Meat Growth Pellets are available in both mash & pelleted form, typically designed for fattening the calves & lambs. Having aproperiate minerals, vitamins, digestible protein & fat values, resulting in better digestion and deposition in body. FGF Wanda # 23 also facilitates maximum average daily weight gain as per genetic design of animal and within international standard limits set by vet health organizations.
Major nutritional constituents of Wanda (Cattle Feed / Cow Feed)
- Energy: Nonfiber carbohydrates (NFC) and fat,
- Protein: Crude protein, degradable intake protein (DIP), soluble protein (SP), and undegradable intake protein (UIP)
- Fiber: neutral detergent fiber (NDF) and acid detergent fiber (ADF)
- Macromineral: calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, sodium, sulfur, chloride
- Microminerals: manganese, copper, zinc, iron, selenium, cobalt, iodine
- Fat-soluble vitamins: Vitamins A, D, and E
FGF Wanda (Cattle Cow Feed) keeps an intense focus on all those parameters for manufacturing and supplying best quality vanda in terms of complete nutrition, threshold afla-toxin level tested & maximum shelf life; ultimately maximum production will be the result.
Concentrate ingredients in cattle feed or cow feed can be divided into two basic groups: cereal grains & protein sources. The feed type and the manner of preparation influence how the dairy cow uses these ingredients.
Cereal grains in FGF Cattle Feed & Cow Feed
Barley, corn, and wheat are the most common cereal grains. The general nutritive characteristics of these grains are:
- high in energy and low in fiber and protein.
- a comparable level of phosphorus when compared to forages.
- low in calcium.
Corn is more widely fed while palatability problems with barley and wheat, limited amounts should be fed in rations for dairy cattle feed.
- The most commonly used protein sources are meals originated from plant sources. Eg, canola, soybean, sunflower and rapeseed meal. Etc.
- Using sources that are high in protein quality are essential when formulating concentrate mixtures. Protein quality refers to the types, amounts, and ratios of peptides and amino acids that are in a feedstuff.
Therefore, we use high-quality protein sources in FGF Wanda / Concentrates for animals so they receive adequate levels, both ruminally, and post-ruminally, of the essential and limiting amino acids.