New Hope broiler super starter
We offer New Hope broiler super starter feed which was manufactured to enhance early growth and improve the lifetime performance of broilers.
- They are formulated to balance the early diet of day-old chicks with nutritionally excellent supplements.
- The estimated feed intake per bird is 0.5kg from hatch to the 2nd week.
- In broiler production, the first four days represent a substantial part of a broiler’s life as the feed consumption of chicks directly impact future performance.
- This super starter feed helps to fulfil the specific nutritional needs of the young chick, supporting its transition from eating the yolk sac to the first diet consumed.
- In addition, the small size of the feed particles makes it easy for the chicks to pick up and ingest faster.
Why use New Hope broiler super starter feeds for your chicks?
- To boost gut development: Probiotics, proteins and other nutrients help to drive body weight gain, maintain body temperature and supply beneficial bacteria that can protect the growing chicks from harmful pathogens.
- To support immunity and livability: As the immune system continually develops from the embryo till post hatch and continues thereafter, proteins present in pre-starter feeds help support and achieve the acquired immunity.
- It was produced with high-quality raw materials using scientific formulae, making the digestibility and absorption higher.
Make sure your chicks always have water. Without enough water, they will not grow well. For each 1 g of feed, your chicks need 2 g of water. For the first 3-5 days, it is advised to add the following to their water:
- liquid glucose for energy
- 1 drop of liquid paraffin for digestion
- vitamins (to help with stress)
- Clean the drinkers every day.
- Higher feed utilization rate and low disease incidences.
- It is highly balanced in nutrients and supplements.
- The feed particles are easy for chicks to pick up and ingest.
- Suitable for healthy growth of the chicks in order to develop high immunity to face the possible stresses like diseases, climate, handling, etc.