This is a nutritionally complete, balanced ration for growing broilers from hatch to market.
This 26% protein feed is designed to get birds off to a good start and grow them into show condition within a very short period of time. Purina Mills Honor Show Chow Broiler Complete is supported by Purina Mills knowledge, experience and research.
|Nutritionally complete feed||Contains all the essential nutrients required throughout the growing and finishing phases – allows show birds to develop to their full potential|
|Amino acid balance||Gets birds off to a good start and quickly grows them into show condition – allows proper growth and development to produce good conformation – promotes excellent feathering|
|Highly effective pigmenting materials||Results in a deep skin, shank and beak color|
|Product form||- Particle size is easy for starting chickens and growing birds to eat - Prevents sorting – assures consistent nutrient intake - Reduces feed wastage|
|High fat and energy content||- Provides necessary fuel to grow birds - Birds develop an excellent finish|
|Research and field proven||Feed it with total confidence – backed by Purina Mills’ legendary tradition of fundamental and applied research – numerous winning entries at local and national shows|
|Medicated Option (Amprolium and BMD)||- Aids in the prevention of coccidiosis - For increased weight and improved feed efficiency - No withdrawal time required|
Warning: Use as sole source of amprolium. Special Consideration Do not use in feeds containing bentonite. Important Tips for Raising Award-Winning Poultry Efficient production requires a thorough understanding and application of the fundamental principles of good husbandry and sanitation. These include:
|Crude Protein, not less than||26.0%|
|Lysine, not less than||1.10%|
|Methionine, not less than||0.40%|
|Crude Fat, not less than||4.5%|
|Crude Fiber, not more than||4.5%|
|Calcium, not less than||0.70%|
|Calcium, not more than||1.20%|
|Active Drug Ingredients|
Feed to show birds as the sole ration from hatch until birds are shown.