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Discussion in 'Livestock & Forage' started by Steakeater, Jan 28, 2014.
Anyone got any prices for distillers dark grains or other protein source lately?
Carrsbillington 20-%protein nut 200 pound ton
Anyone know what soya's being priced at these days?
To your neck of the woods, £325 for an artic, £380 for a tote bag.
Edit: Great website by the way
Not asked a price on that, but was told today that ewe rolls are up about £14/t on last year.
Looks like someone is trying to have people's pants down!! £320 tonne for rolled barley
Equine springs to mind ! Get in trouble if the right people see them selling mixes.
Dark grains (wheat) £210, soya £335. 5 to 10 ton drop, blown in.
Hogget nuts priced recently at £208, 6 ton rate bulk.
Flyer in group newsletter warning of impending £150/t hike on Blossom and Volac calf milk replacers the other day. Countrywide still taking orders at old price, by all accounts.
any prices on Sugar beet pellets this year ?
any prices for ewe rolls...got a bit of a shock mvf ewe rolls in totes £294.....bulk circa £230......coarse mix from a local mill £185 min 5t....cheaper to sell feckin sheep
Get some oats...be miles cheaper
i can get malt pellets £140.....i could grow oats next year? would that be better than barley?.....surely not enough protein?
Yes Oats will definitely be better than barley for inlambers
Yea but oats will not have enough protein or energy by themselves unless you are only feeding ewes with singles.
Yea I know I mix protein and SB with mine
i'm pondering malt pellets + sb pulp 2 to 1....whats pulp £240/t?
Aye but you don't lamb until spring, if your lambing in Dec/ Jan etc then they will need a decent ration of else you will be making problems for the sake of it.
had a few quotes for ewe rolls between £210 to £215 a ton for 7 ton drops blown in