Crude Protein 4 %
Crude Fibre 37 %
Calcium 0.23 %
Phosphorous 0.06 %
Digestible Energy Horse 6.5 MJ/kg Dry Matter
Metabolisable Energy Ruminant 5.7 MJ/kg Dry Matter
SUGGESTED MAXIMUM DAILY FEEDING RATE FOR OATEN CHAFF AS A COMPONENT OF A COMPLETE DIET WHICH INCLUDES OTHER ROUGHAGE SOURCES SUCH AS LUCERNE CHAFF, PASTURE AND HAY.*
HORSES: 600 grams per 100kg of body weight.
CATTLE: 1000 grams per 100kg of body weight.
SHEEP AND GOATS: 50 grams per 10kg of body weight.
*The recommendations provided are a guide only.
Freemantle Stockfeeds oaten chaff is steam cut and dust reduced. It is an excellent source of roughage for horses, cattle sheep and goats. Oaten chaff is highly palatable and is ideally suited for mixing and feeding with grain and protein meal based concentrates. Mixing chaff with concentrates can help to slow the rate of feed intake and reduce the risk of rumen acidosis in ruminants and hindgut acidosis in horses.
With horses, cattle, sheep and goats ensure that new feed materials are introduced into the diet gradually building up the to the full daily allowance over one to two weeks. With chaff and concentrate mixtures splitting the daily allowance into two small meals per day rather than feeding the entire daily allowance in one single meal is recommended. Ensure animals have access to fresh, clean water at all times.