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Walther's 1:5 Hog Budget Feeds

Solution to high cost of feeds! More or less 30% savings in feed cost, while providing good nutrition!

Walther's 1:5 Hog Budget Feeds

Small pig raisers, especially those in the countryside, oftentimes cannot buy commercial feeds for their pigs because of short budgets and now, the high cost of feeds. That is why some are accustomed to feeding their animals with excess vegetable plants and food scraps. With this, pork may take longer to grow. Quality of production suffers and profit is narrowed.

1:5 Hog Budget Feeds is a new innovation in the Philippines that is meant to help backyard hog growers to raise their profit! It is very affordable and can be partly mixed with commercial feeds. There is only one kind of 1:5 Hog Budget Feeds for weanlings, fatteners, boars, gilt, dry sow, and lactating sow!

Make your own concoctions of Commercial Feeds and 1:5 Hog Budget Feeds that will match the needs of your pigs to grow fast and healthy without spending much!

These are the advantaged of using Walther's 1:5 Hog Budget Feeds

  • Gestating pigs, gilts, and dry sow can be fed unrestricted with 1:5 Hog Budget Feeds without fear of gaining excess weight

  • Can be fed to maintain the live weight of fatteners while waiting for buyers without incurring so much cost for their feeds

  • Backyard hog raisers can continue with their livelihood because feed cost now is not a problem

  • In case of an emergency like a short budget, 1:5 Hog Budget Feeds can serve as filler feeds to avoid starving the animal

  • 1:5 Hog Budget Feeds can reduce feed cost by more or less 30% which is an addition to hog raisers’ profit

  • Atovi and Nano-Basemix can be added to 1:5 Hog Budget Feeds to maximize profitability and sustain good nutrition of animals

  • The high cost of commercial feeds will not be a hindrance anymore to your dreams of succeeding in life.

*Note: Veggie scraps, excess plants, and other food trash or leftovers may be served as “snacks” to your pigs to further lower the feed cost. Boil them before feeding them to your animals.

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