Kynofos 21 is a rich source of bioavailable phosphorus and calcium. The blend containers Monocalcium Phosphate (MCP) and Dicalcium Phosphate Dihydrate (DCP) in the ratio of approximately 3:1. This results in a blend which has a high (75%) solubility in the rumen. Please click here for more information.
Working on a breeder cow eating 150 grams of dry lick per head per day with a 20% (200kg / tonne) inclusion rate, cattle would be getting 4.71 g of available phosphorus per head per day for every 150 g of lick consumed.
Depending on the animals being fed, ideal intakes for breeder cattle during the Wet season (Green grass) is 10 grams per head per day of available phosphate. During the Dry season (Dry pasture) is 6 grams per head per day. Lactating cows use 1 gram of phosphate for each liter of milk produced for the calf, so a calf drinking 6 liters of milk, the breeder cow needs 6 grams of available phosphate per day to satisfy this milk production.
Phosphorus is an essential mineral required by cattle all year round for skeletal growth, prevention of bone chewing, improved reproductive performance, improved growth rates and pasture utilisation.
In the wet season, pasture energy and protein are sufficient and phosphorus is the first limiting nutrient. In the dry season, providing phosphorus in addition to a nitrogen source will unlock the energy stored in dried pastures. Therefore increasing pasture utilisation.
Please contact our customer service or accounts department at 1300 884 593 and request an account application which must be filled out and returned to the accounts team for processing. If you would like to open a COD account, you still need to contact either customer service or accounts and give us the name you wish the account to be under, all contact details, a delivery and invoice address and we can then arrange for a COD account to be set up.
Yes we do, but sold by the pallet load. For more information please contact us.
No, however we can supply details of transport companies that may be able to assist you with your delivery. For more information please contact us.
No, you must have an account established with us and the minimum order requirement is $750 per order. If you would like to open an account with us, please contact us.
No as pricing fluctuates quarterly/monthly and even more frequently on some products. If you would like the current pricing on a product please contact us at 1300 884 593.
Flavours are products used to attract an animal to the feed/supplement whereas sweeteners is an additive to increase the palatability of the feed/supplements for the animals. Both can be natural or synthetic. Please click here for our available sweeteners and flavourings.
We do not sell complete feed as we specialise in premixes, feed additives and commodities.
NIR stands for Near Infrared Spectroscopy. It is a service provided by BEC Feed Solutions. For more information about NIR please click here.
Please email us if you need the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for any of the products that we have available.
Restricted Animal Material (RAM) is products of animal origin and these are not to be fed to cattle, sheep, goats, deer or other ruminants. If you have a questions about a product that has RAM please contact us for advice.
S4 stands for Schedule 4 -Prescription Only Medicine or Prescription Animal Remedy. This is classification can be found in Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons (SUSMP). Schedule 4 lists all the products that can only be used or supplied with a prescription. In animal context, any product that contains a medicine from the S4 list will need a prescription from a veterinarian.
BEC Feed Solutions sells both prescription and non prescription medication. Please contact us for more information about the availability of medications.
Vital Millpack All Poultry can be used for both layer and broiler birds.
It is a synergistic combination of fermentable and non-fermentable fibres which can counteract several digestive issues. Click here for our functional fibre product: Opticell.