Feed for Less with Spring Creek Feed!
Game Bird Flight Conditioner
High protein, low energy- promotes muscle and feather development while preventing excess fat. Balanced levels of amino acids and salt-provide maximum protection against cannibalism. Complete feed– crumble or pellet feed form.
Specially formulated to maintain birds
Optimum levels of amino acids and salt
Complete feed Consistent Quality
o Provides confidence...
...You know your birds are getting the nutrients they need to keep them in top condition.
...You pay only for the nutrients your birds require for body maintenance.
o Reduced risk...
...Proper protein and salt levels provide maximum protection against cannibalism caused by imbalances of these nutrients.
o Easy to use...
...One product contains all the nutrients your birds require, for all species of game birds.
o Provides uniform nutrition...
...You know your birds are getting a complete, balanced ration in every bite.
A holding ration for maintaining breeders over the non-production season and mature game birds that are not to be used for shooting preserve. This product is NOT intended for use where growth or production are major goals.
Caution: Store in a dry, well-ventilated area free from rodents and insects. DO NOT use moldy or insect-infested feed.
- Plenty of clean, fresh water should be available to the birds at all rimes.
- A feeding program is only as effective at the management practices followed.
Crude Protein, not less than: 12.5%
Crude Fiber, not less than: 10.0%
Crude Fat, not more than: 2.5%
Lysine, not less than: 0.41%
Methionine, not less than: .20%
Calcium, not less than: 0.5%
Calcium, not more than: 1.0%
Phosphorus, not less than: 0.5%
Salt, not less than: 0.2%
Salt, not more than: 0.7%
How To Feed:
Feed free choice as a sole ration to mature, fully feathered birds.
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