A complete feed for small ruminants, specifically designed for the dry phase. Fibres are predominantly selected from grasses to create an effective rumen base. They are sourced from areas with low potassium content, with the aim of controlling the Anion-Cation Balance (D-CAD), a key principle for the correct management of calcium metabolism, during the delicate late gestation phase. Biocomplet Pi-Erre in dry phase constitutes a nucleus to which pasture and fodder can be combined, in addition to specific dietary supplementation during the milking phases.
Feed during the dry phase to supplement farm resources. Administered on an ad libitum basis, it satisfies all the animals’ needs during this phase and is therefore suitable for use as a complete feed. In this case the voluntary daily consumption can be:
- Sheep 1.3-1.8 kg;
- Goats 1.6-2.2 kg.
Feed the portions of the bales, obtained after removal of the packaging, without altering the structure: this will limit the natural tendency of the animals to select the components, thus keeping the intake of the ration uniform over 24 hours. During the last two weeks prior to calving, especially in the case of multiple births, it may be important to supplement the diet to ensure that the animals receive a higher proportion of calcium and protein. It is advisable to work under the guidance of a qualified technician at these stages