√ Designed for finishing cattle and contains 5% phosphorus, live yeast and kelp.
√ Promotes higher dry matter intake and better feed conversion to muscle.
√ 25kg powder formulation
By investing €13.20 per animal, average daily gains are improved by 10%, leading in a reduction in the number of days to slaughter by 10 to 15 days. Secondary savings on time, feed and labour are also incurred. Recommended feeding rate is 100g/head/day.
Shamrock Beef Finisher delivers macro-minerals (calcium and phosphorous), trace elements and vitamins to the animal in concentrations essential to this critical finishing period.
Shamrock Beef Finisher contains two types of seaweed for efficient delivery of the micronutrients and for stabilising the rumen environment.
Shamrock Beef Finisher contains high levels of phosphorous & live yeast.
Phosphorous regulates calcium balance and stimulates dry matter intake
Live-yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) added to Shamrock Beef Finisher helps to double the rate of rumen adaptation for improved performance.
Live yeast also promotes increased dry matter intake, growth, development and carcass classification.
The seaweed based rumen stabiliser (Lithothamnium calcareum) present in Shamrock Beef Finisher maintains the correct pH and has 2.5 times the buffering capacity of sodium bicarbonate
The substantial buffering capacity of seaweed in Shamrock Supplements neutralises more acid overtime for improved feed utilisation and subsequent performance.
Designed to provide the highest level of micronutrients in a highly palatable format to support transition management of the animal.
Feeding rate of 100g per head per day for a minimum of 60 days prior to slaughter.
Why use Shamrock Beef Finisher:
Key Supplement for growth and better feed conversion to muscle.
Live yeast and higher levels of rumen buffer help regulate the pH of the rumen.
The benefits of live yeast to the animal include promoting the integrity of the rumen as well as increasing dry matter intake and growth.
Higher levels of phosphorous stimulates greater feed intake for greater daily gains.
To allow a smooth adaptation of the rumen to changes in diet:
Elongation of ruminal papilla.
Change in ruminal bacteria from cellulolytic to amylolytic.
Change in ruminal bacteria to lactate-utilising bacteria.