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NRM Big Pig Nuts

NRM Big Pig Nuts

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A balanced feed for slow growing or mature pigs

For growing pigs from 65kg or dry sows and boars.

Big Pig Nuts are formulated to meet the nutritional needs of growing pigs from 65kg or 15 weeks of age. They are also suitable for feeding to dry sows and boars where limited weight gain is required.

NRM Big Pig Nuts are formulated with high quality ingredients to provide balanced protein and energy for slow growing or mature pigs. Because NRM Big Pig Nuts is a complete feed, the provision of other supplements should be limited.

Ingredients selected from

Grain and grain by-products, plant proteins, grass seed meal, vegetable oils, enzymes, amino acids, limestone, mono or di-calcium phosphate, salt, mould inhibitor, vitamins and trace minerals, animal fats and organic acids.

Feeding Recommendation

Growing Pigs Feed 2-3kg per day depending on age, genetics, body weight and environmental temperature.
Dry Sows Feed 2-2.5kg per sow per day depending on body weight and condition. Take care not to overfeed dry
sows as excessive weight gain can result in overfat sows with low feed intake and poor milk production
post farrowing.
Boars Feed approximately 2kg per boar per day depending on age, genetics, body condition and
environmental temperature.
Kunekune Pigs For Dry Sows and Boars: Feed 1 to 1.5kg per day while allowing access to pasture or other fibre.
For Growing pigs from 4 months: Feed up to 1kg per pig per day depending on required weight gain, and pasture quality and availability.


Ensure access to fresh, clean water at all times.


Please ensure product is stored in a cool, dry and vermin free environment.

Caution: Do not feed to any animal species other than those stipulated on the label.
Typical analysis (approximate on an as fed basis)
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