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BigDaddy



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PostSubject: adding width   5th January 2012, 10:19 am

we have 4 barrows ranging from 84 lbs. to 105 lbs, we are feeding straight Moormans 18241, the muscle looks good on all of them, but i need more width through the middle. we will show in April, max weight is #275, any suggestions.
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PostSubject: Re: adding width   5th January 2012, 11:08 am

Honors has some real good supplements that you can use to help, you can try using:

"High Octane Power Fuel" as needed to enchance cover and muscle and improve overall health ( 1/2 to 1 lb a day)

"High Octane Fitter 35" as needed to enhance muscle and leaness (1 to 2 lbs/day).For limiting weight gain and improving muscle and leaness,feed 3lbs as the sole diet.

"High Octane Champion Drive" as needed to enhance muscle(1/2 to 1lb/day)

"High Octane Depth Charge" if needed with rib shape add 8oz per day to regular feeding

"High Octane Show Pig Paylene Premix" at the final 45-90 lbs of weight gain for faster growth and added muscle develepment.

** deworm pigs thoroughly and effectively about every 30-45 days throughout the growing season.

Growth performance can vary depending upon genetics,enviroment,management,facilities,and immune status. The Above figures are estimates only.

i hope this helps you in any form that you may need to improve your show pig(s) condition.

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BigDaddy



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PostSubject: Re: adding width   5th January 2012, 12:16 pm

thanks, this is our second year, and we are trying to optimize our pigs performance, they all look good now, but we could use a little help through the mid section. we are still 100 days from weigh in, and are on pace for 1.5 to 1.7 lbs / day to go in right where we want to be, so just trying to add shape, and not too much weight gain.
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PostSubject: Re: adding width   5th January 2012, 8:31 pm

I use oat groats to spread my pigs.
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PostSubject: Re: adding width   12th May 2013, 7:23 am

what are oat groats and where do I get them
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PostSubject: Re: adding width   12th May 2013, 7:24 am

what are oat groats and where do I get them,how do I feed them to my pig
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