Our Swine Feed
A mineral premix produced to increase the digestibility of Phytin-bound Phosphorus. Formulated to be added at 50 pounds per ton in grower and finisher feeds.
A mineral mix used in sow feed rations that includes Phytase to increase the availability of Phosphorus in the diet. Designed to be added at 90 pounds per ton.
A balanced base mix specifically designed to be mixed with corn and soybean meal. Provides the necessary nutrients to obtain optimum protein deposition in young show pigs and maintain conformation and bloom.
A 20% complete and medicated feed formulated to increase feed efficiency and drive weight gain. Contains Witmer’s Enviro Lean G-F vitamin and trace mineral blend with Phyten and is fortified with Choline and toxin binders. Feed free choice.
A complete feed designed for growing and finishing pigs. Formulated from a base of corn and soybean meal and fortified with calcium and phosphorous to optimize skeletal growth. Contains all vitamins and trace minerals needed as well as toxin binders.
A complete feed formulated from a base of corn and soybean meal suited for weight maintenance in the mature hog. Contains Witmer’s Enviro Lean G-F vitamin.
Show Pig Feeds
A 21% complete pelleted feed to improve feed consumption in starting pigs. Feed at a rate of 1/2 lb per 10 lbs of bodyweight
A 19% complete pelleted feed designed for pigs weighing 40-90 lbs. to promote maximum lean muscle deposition. Medicated or non-medicated available. Feed 3-5 lbs. per day.
An 18% complete finishing pelleted feed designed to increase rib shape and overall cover in show pigs weighing 100-275 lbs.
Show Feeds – Mash
A 16% complete feed well suited for young growing pigs. Formulated with Enviro Lean G-F, Lysine HCL, trace minerals and choline to promote optimal health during gestation. Contains toxin binders and yeast for the reduction of gastroenteritis.
A 20% protein, 7% fat feed for growing show hogs to promote rapid lean muscle and skeletal growth. Medicated with Tylan to maintain weight gain and feed efficiency in the presence of atrophic rhinitis.
- Always transition animals from one feed to another by gradually mixing the current ration with the one to follow over a five day period.
- Provide plenty of fresh clean water to your animal at all times.
- Supplement your animal with a good quality hay or pasture.
- Never feed moldy or musty feeds to animals.
- Always follow a deworming schedule suggested by your veterinarian. It is important to deworm your animals at regular intervals to maintain general well-being. Deworming is very important as parasites rob animals of their health and compromise their performance.