deuka All-Mash Zucht granulated - ideal for breeding animals
The deuka All-Mash Zucht gekörnt is a balanced complete feed for breeding poultry such as chickens, geese, ducks, wild and ornamental poultry, turkeys, peacocks, pheasants etc.
deuka all-mash breeding is specially adapted to the needs of breeding animals. The chicken feed fully covers the increased nutrient and vitamin requirements in the laying phase but at the same time prevents fattening. Poor breeding results are often caused by an excess of cereal grains, garden produce or kitchen waste. Deuka all-mash breeding can be made available to the breeding animals all year round, but at the latest 4-6 weeks before the hatching eggs are collected, and they can be left free for the whole day.
Geese and ducks:
Even in winter the poultry needs exercise and fresh air. Only in very unfavourable weather conditions should the birds stay in the henhouse. Then, however, sufficient activity must be provided. Goose breeding strains should be compiled early to ensure the highest possible fertility rate in spring. With ducks, the early habituation of the breeding animals to each other is also beneficial. Balanced feeding with deuka all-mash breeding is the basis for later breeding success. It fully covers the increased nutrient requirements during the breeding period and should be available for free intake.
Wild and ornamental poultry:
The natural brooding of wild and ornamental poultry often turns out to be very difficult, but thanks to modern incubators the brooding is very successful. However, healthy, fertile parent birds are a prerequisite for "offspring". It is therefore important to use a special breeding feed for the breeding animals to ensure that they are supplied with all the important nutrients and active ingredients. When fed alone, deuka all-mash breeding offers everything that the breeding animals need.
Breeding animals have a special need for nutrients during the breeding period, because not only the number of eggs in the clutch but also the fertility is directly influenced by this. Turkeys mate several times a day. The breeding period of the approx. 12 eggs is 30 days. Despite their size and weight, turkeys are considered to be excellent breeders. For optimum care, deuka all-mash breeding as a complete feed provides the right nutritional basis for the breeding animals and thus forms the basis for the next generation of show turkeys
- Chickens: approx. 120 g per animal and day*
- Breeding ducks: approximately 150-250 g/day*
- Breeding geese: approx. 300 g/day*
- Quails: approx. 30 g/day*
- Peacocks: approx. 300 g/day*
- Pheasants: approx. 120 g/day*
- Turkeys: approx. 250-300g/day*
* depending on race and weight
Period of use:
All year round after the ripening feeding or at the latest 4-6 weeks before collecting the hatching eggs
16,5 % crude protein; 0,38 % methionine; 3,60 % calcium; 0,50 % phosphorus; 12,4/kg MJ ME