Sustainably Treat Grain with Maxammon (Ireland)

27 Jun 2022

 

Maxammon is a grain treatment process that increases the protein, pH and digestibility of the grain, leading to improved rumen performance, improved feed conversion and increased DLWG.

 

 

Tried and tested

With more than a decade of farm success, Maxammon has been developed and tested by over 14 universities and research institutes across the globe.

On farm results

UK farmer Doug Dear contract finishes 1,500 cattle p/a in Yorkshire and has achieved the following results feeding a ration that includes Maxammon:

  • ADWG: 1.81kg (with the best bulls achieving 2.2kg)
  • FCR: 5.59:1

Reducing the cost of production

Customers from a variety of systems report the following additional benefits:

  • Cattle finish faster
  • Cattle finish heavier
  • Reduction in bought in protein

Maxammon feeding systems include:

  • Treating suitable grain at harvest or dried grain throughout the year. Wholecrop, straw and pulses can also be treated. Harbro offers a Maxammon processing service.
  • Supply of Maxammon grain
  • Supply of Maxammon blended feed and compound.

 

Maxammon Distributors Ireland:

Southern Fuel & Farm Supplies -Midlands and South (021) 463 2020

Barrett Agri - West Cork (023) 8847005

Fane Valley Agronomy & Forage Office - (028) 92610485

McKelvey Bros - Co Down (028) 97565680

Ivan Smyth - Co Antrim (077) 11407939 

Campbell Kee - Co Armagh (078) 21082168

Harbro - Pat Tinnelly 00353 (0) 85 8763492

     

 

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