Sow and Pig Complete is a versatile, all-natural feed with 16% protein.It can be fed as a complete diet to pigs in multiple life stages.It is designed to meet the nutritional needs of grower-finisher pigs from 25 pounds to market weight, as well as your breeding herd, including developing gilts, lactating and gestating sows and boars.50 lb3005010-206 Feeding Directions: Gestation and Breeding Sows and Boars: Feed to maintain desired body condition, but not less than 5 pounds per head per day. Lactating Sows: Bring up to full feed. Nursing Piglets: Feed free choice to supplement sow’s milk. Starting, Growing, and Finishing Pigs: Full feed as sole ration to pigs from 25 pounds to market weight. IMPORTANT This product is to be fed only to the animal species as directed on this label.


This diet, as the name implies, are fed to gestating sows. They are also usually fed to breeding boars. They contain 0-60% lysine, resulting in crude protein levels of 13 – 16% and are limitedly fed (about 4 lbs per head per day). Gestation diets generally contain higher levels of vitamins and minerals than swine grower and finisher diets in order to meet daily requirements under a limit feeding program.

We offer Finisher Pig Feed suitable for fatteners above 45kg bodyweight. Using our feeds, we are confident that your pigs will achieve high growth performance and there is an improved fat/ meat ratio. Our feeds are easy to use and you will require no mixing equipment for application.

  • Finisher feeds are compound feeds used in the latter stages of the fattening of the pigs (their last weeks of life)Normally, they contain less energy so that the pigs do not get too fat or overweight. They also contain fewer vitamins and minerals because the animals will not need them, as they will be slaughtered in little time.

Feeding your Pigs

The most important part of swine production is knowing the correct way to feed pigs. To meet the necessary nutritional requirement of your pigs, they need a high energy diet that is low in fiber but contains ample protein. Pigs will consume enormous amounts of food quickly. To raise and maintain a healthy stock, maximize growth and reproduction, and increase production, it is necessary to feed them the right food and a balanced diet from wean to finish. Feeding: New born piglets need a diet which is very rich in Colostrum and they get this from their mother’s milk. After 8 weeks piglets should stop drinking their mother’s milk and start eating solid food called Piglet or Weaner Mash. They eat this type of food for 2 months after which they switch to eating Pig Mash until they are matured. The cost of feeding 10 pigs from when they stop drinking milk to maturity (a period of 5 months) is about N50, 000. You can keep your feeding costs down by manufacturing or compounding the feeds you give your pigs.

Features of Pig Feed

1. Provide a source of fresh clean water and adequate drinking space. at all times. 2. Provide warm draft-free quarters with clean dry sleeping area for sows and litter. 3. Feeders should be well managed so as to provide adequate feeder space, prevent moisture condensation, mold and insect development. 4. Consult your veterinarian for recommended health programs in your area.Ingredients: Ground Corn, Wheat Middlings, Distillers Dried Grains with Solubles, Corn Germ Meal, Dehulled Soybean Meal, Ground Soybean Hulls, Calcium Carbonate, Soybean Oil, Cane Molasses, Salt, L-Lysine, Dicalcium Phosphate, Monocalcium Phosphate, Choline Chloride, L-Threonine, DL-Methionine, Rice Hulls, Zinc Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Dried Bacillus subtilis Fermentation Product, Sodium Silico Aluminate, Vitamin E Supplement, Manganese Sulfate, Basic Copper Chloride, Powdered Cellulose, Dextrans, Sodium Sulfate, Dried Aspergillus oryzae Fermentation Extract, Yucca schidigera Extract, Niacin Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin B12 Supplement, L-Tryptophan, Biotin, Riboflavin Supplement, Menadione Nicotinamide Bisulfite, Vitamin A

Foods to Avoid

When creating your own pig food mixture, there are certain types of food you’ll want to avoid for reasons ranging from slowed growth rate to outright toxicity. Here are the general foods to avoid in pig feed:

  • Sweets and high-sugar foods
  • Dog food
  • Cracked corn
  • Milk
  • Fish
  • Meat
  • Fruits
  • Potatoes

Foods high in sugars can slow growth rates while milk, meats, and fish can harbor viruses. Pits and seeds of apples, pears, apricots, and peaches contain a naturally occurring substance called amygdalin which is a cyanogenic glycoside that is released when chewed. Amygdalin will cause illness, discomfort, or even death. Potatoes contain natural toxins called glycoalkaloids, which can cause severe stomach ache or even death (though rare). Glycoalkaloids also contain solanine which destroys red blood cells, causes diarrhea, and heart failure.

Pig Feed Price

$4.00-$10.00/ Kilogram

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