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Excel 16 Nuts

Excel 16 Nuts

Excel 16 is the Rolls Royce of our spring / summer range. We are very proud of this nut! With Sugarbeet, Wheat and Hipro Soya making up 47.5% of the total feed. Excel 16 has been especially formulated for spring calvers producing more than 40 litres. The emphasis is on lower protein and a range of quality energy sources. This ration will help to maximise your milk production whilst maintaining butterfat levels at a time when the grass will naturally decrease them.

  • Correct balance of ingredients at 16% protein to condition the rumen effectively.
  • Also available in 18% & 20% specifications.
  • Current advice and nutrition on feeding the high yield cow has been sought before formulating this ration.
  • Specifically formulated for top yielding herds where energy is paramount.
  • High in fermentable energy and by-pass protein
  • Contains Megalac, Sopralin, and high specification minerals.
  • Available on a Fixed formulation and fixed price contract
  • High level inclusion of high digestible fibre ingredients help balance young grass and preserve butterfats.
  • Very palatable and acceptable in 5mm dairy compound nuts with excellent physical quality.
  • Subject to GP Feeds strict quality controls.
  • Fed at correct levels will produce the best economic response.
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Particularly designed for top yielding herds where energy is paramount. Contains both by-pass energy and by-pass protein. High levels of high digestible fibre to balance young grass and help preserve butterfats. Correct balance of ingredients to condition the rumen effectively.


Available in bulk. Minimum drop 3 tonne upto 29 tonne. Can be delivered, bulk blown or tipped.


Feeding rates are estimates, and other factors, such as animal health and environment, can have a greater impact on how animals perform. There is no guarantee that animals will perform as expected if fed the suggested rates. Rations should be balanced to provide enough energy and protein for animals, and they should include enough forage to keep the rumen healthy. Animals also need access to fresh water at all times.