LICK SUPPLEMENT RANGE
The NUTRI Lick range of premium quality licks is scientifically formulated to supplement all protein, Phosphate and mineral deficiencies in natural grazing.
- NUTRI Lick’s higher molasses content makes it tastier.
- Higher quality proteins promote microbe activity for optimal NUTRItion and feed utilisation.
- An improved mixing process ensures better composition and regulation of intake.
- High levels of trace elements promote higher calf and lamb birth rates and, by improving weight-gain, NUTRI Lick ensures earlier sales and profits.
The NUTRI Lick range:
- NUTRI Lick Winterbreaker 32
- NUTRI Lick Beef 50
- NUTRI Lick Winter 40
- NUTRI Lick Wool Sheep 20
- NUTRI Lick Sheep 16
- NUTRI Lick Energy 18
- NUTRI Lick Concentrate 67
- NUTRI Lick Concentrate 80
NUTRI Lick Phosphate range:
The NUTRI Lick Phosphate range ensures optimal intake and absorption of phosphate and perfectly balanced levels of calcium, trace-minerals and protein. This product is perfect for supplementing seasonal and area-related mineral deficiencies in natural grazing.
You simply can’t afford to compromise your business by using inferior supplements, or short-term solutions:
There’s no better, and more effective phosphate supplementation available on the market – than the new NUTRI Lick Phosphate range.
- NUTRI Lick Magfos 6
- NUTRI Lick Profos 10
- NUTRI Lick Fos 6
- NUTRI Lick Profos 20
- NUTRI Lick Fos 12
Read here to find out why absorption of phosphate in lick supplementation is vital to animal health:
Optimal absorption of phosphate is:
- Critical to metabolic functioning, and the body’s energy metabolism.
- Vital to bone formation, especially in young animals.
- Essential for formation of muscular tissue or protein synthesis.
- Vital for fertility, reproduction and hormonal activity, controlling the oestrus cycle of female animals.
- Needed for optimal microbe protein flow in the rumen.
- 80% of phosphate appears in the skeleton and teeth.
- Phosphate plays an important role in regulating body pH levels, and is an important component of the genes (RNA and DNA).
Deficiency, or inefficient absorption of phosphate, results in:
- Loss of appetite, lower feed intake and poor body condition.
- Decrease in reproduction activity.
- Abnormal eating behaviour. Animals show pica, beginning to chew bones, poles, trees, soil, etc.
- Stiffness disease, with swollen joints and weakened bones as the body starts to take Phosphate from the skeleton.
- Drop in milk production of lactating cows, resulting in poor growth of pre-weaned animals.