I used acid when I started crimping (about 12 years ago) and found the rats liked it, plus it went off quicker around the holes resulting in more spoilage compared to the bugs I subsequently used.People tell me rats dont like the acid treated stuff so much, certainly didnt when we used to propcorn ours for the cows, what is the cost difference?
Appeared today at a Farming Connect presentation in Crickhowell.Kelvin Cave is the company to speak to.
They have a website.
I get the odd bull/steer with Acidosis but have never lost one ( yet ) key is to drench them with 4 litres of cooking oil and then walk them around the handling pen for an hour or so!!Acidosis can still be issue with crimped grain, that's for sure! I guess it was the kelvin cave rep that told you that? Think they've lost a lot of ground to home n dry and maxamon treated grain in recent years!