Without compromising feed quality, we offer our industry-renowned New Hope finisher feeds.
Produced in compliance with prevailing quality and industry standards and well recommended for growing birds to improve the nutritive balance.
They are well recommended for broiler finishers (from the fifth week of age until slaughter) to enhance their nutritive balance.
New Hope feeds are widely appreciated for their longer shelf life, high nutritional content, and excellent quality.
They come in commercial and professional rations. Place an order depending on your choice!
New Hope broiler finisher
New Hope finisher feed is recommended after the consumption of starter feeds till the point of disposal or slaughter of the broiler birds.
Finisher feeds are designed at a very high energy level with well-balanced protein, energy ratio (to grow faster), and maximum weight gain with the lowest feed conversion ratio (FCR).
Essentially, finisher feed supports growth and weight maintenance without bombarding them with unnecessary vitamins and minerals.
The estimated feed intake per bird is 1.5kg from the 5th week to the sell point.
The feeds are presented in the pelleted form and are packaged in 25kg bags.
Attributes of New Hope Finisher Feed
The broiler finisher feed is indicated for maximizing performance and weight gain at the lowest possible production cost.
Fed from the fifth week till slaughter.
This feed category accounts for the major cost of feeding and involves a change in feed density (increase in energy & decrease in other nutrients).
Made from highly digestible ingredients.
Good uniformity of particle size is essential because birds at this stage prefer bigger particles.
This product comes in professional and commercial rations. Professional ration typically has higher nutritional content than commercial ration, although the commercial ration works very finely too.
In open-sided broiler houses, the commonly recommended lighting schedule is 24hours light during the brooding period, followed by 23hours of light and one-hour of darkness per day, until slaughter or marketing.
The one hour of darkness is to train the birds to acclimatize for darkness, in case of power failure, which may cause panic and trampling.