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Lambex
Lambex
SPECIFIC FOR LAMB FATTENING AND EWES
Better lamb performance
Supports healthier digestion and therefore less dagging
Supports stronger lamb health
Better net profits
Improves feed utilisation
Great for boosting lamb growth (30 to 55%)
 
Highly effective
LAMBEX is a comprehensive nutritional feed supplement to maximise lamb performance, digestive health, assist rumen performance, and negate the negative effects of stress on lamb development. Research has shown that stress upsets the critical balance of rumen microflora reducing digestion. Even under ideal conditions it can take up to 9 days for the rumen microflora to recover and for normal digestion to return. Stress factors include tailing, weaning, feed changes, drenching, transporting, droughts and storms.
 
In addition significant levels of Vitamins A and E help negate the immune suppressing effects of stress, encouraging stronger health and survival.
 
LAMBEX also contains seaweed extracts, and high concentrations of digestive enzymes, which are essential for converting the potential in your feed into nutritional compounds much needed for growth and health.
 
Finally LAMBEX is completed with significant additions of trace elements (and the all important Vitamin B12) that most often limit lamb production, but are difficult to overdose in a one off shot. Most New Zealand pastures are deficient in these trace elements at critical times of the year.
 
LAMBEX is safe to use either on its own or as a valuable additive to worm drenches that contain mineral additives.
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Biohelp Research Trials
Research Trial Results for SHEEP


LAMBEX AT TAILING
Treatment and observation : Although this isn’t a formal trial we thought this feed back would be valuable for farmers wanting to get lambs to the works faster. A Fairlie farmer (known to be a good stockman) treated all his lambs at tailing with 2mls of Lambex. In spite of an average lamb growing season he got an astonishing 92% away to the works in the first draft. In the past he would have been very pleased with 50%. 2mls of Lambex at tailing meant he received price advantages for early lamb, plus with less mouths to feed, the paddocks could recover faster and generate more valuable feed prior to summers dry period.  I big gain overall.


LAMBEX PRE WEANING + 75gm/DAY  +49% more drafted
Aim:  A farmer ran his own trial to test the benefits of lambex against an opposition product made by another company in the market( for courtesy reasons we won’t name this product). He forwarded us the results.The farmer has a reputation for being a good stockman and has a history of being one of the first in the Timaru district to get his lambs away to the works. The season was average for lamb fattening. Their were no dirty lambs in the flock indicating feed quality was good. Weaning was 3 weeks earlier than normal due to concerns that poor spring pasture growth would create a feed shortage down the track. The price schedule for early lambs was high as well.

Treatment: 3mls of each product drenched 21 days prior to weaning. 15 lambs were chosen for treatment and individual weights recorded to get an average for the group. The average starting weights between each group ranged from 23.4 –26.4 kg. All lambs were the same sex.


Yields: average liveweight growth over 21 days control  275gm/day  Lambex 350gm/day (+75gm/day)  Other product 265gm/day (–10gm/day)

Drafting percentages:  at 77days control 14% Lambex 63% Other product 14%.

Key Observations: In addition to better growth, Lambex treated lambs were noticeably softer/sappier so the drafter took more lambs.


After weaning: At weaning the official part of his trial was over. After measuring the weaning weights and seeing the results of Lambex Farmer X treated all the remaining lambs in his flock in order to get rid of them as fast as possible. Both him and his wife noticed how quickly the lambs settled after weaning. Within 2 days they were happily eating and showed no sign of missing the ewes (who were calling out for them at the end of the farm). 14 days later 50 more lambs were brought in for inspection by the drafter. To their amazement the lambs had not gone into their usual decline at weaning (often called hardening) so the drafter took 49 out of 50. 

Location: Timaru.