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Tindle Feeds® Dairy Goat Pellets
by Gary Pfalzbot
About the Author

This page contains the ingredients of a certain Dairy Goat pellet feed that we use to supplement our lactating does diet. This information is taken directly from the product label. Please note, that the author is not a nutritionist or specialist in the nutrional needs for goats. This information is posted for your reference and comparison purposes only.


Crude Protein, (Min.) 18.00%
Crude Fat, (Min.) 2.00%
Crude Fiber, (Max.) 21.00%
Calcium (Ca) (Min.) 1.00%
Calcium (Ca), (Max.) 1.50%
Phosphorus (P), (Min.) 0.50%
Copper (Cu), (Min.) 11.50 ppm
Selenium (Se), (Min.) 0.55 ppm
Vitamin A, (Min.) 8,000 IU/lb

Roughage Products (Roughage Product 30.42%), Plant Protein Products, Processed Grain By-Products, Forage Products, Grain Products, Calcium Carbonate, Diatomaceous Earth, Ferrous Carbonate, Zinc Oxide, Manganous Oxide, Selenium Selenite, Cobalt Carbonate, Ethylenediamine Dihydriodide, Sodium Selenite, Vitamin A Supplement.

Tindle Dairy Goat Pellet is formulated to provide all of the lactating goat's nutritional needs excepted for a limited amount of roughage. The goat will consume approximately 2-5% of its body weight in feed. This amount will vary depending on milk production and body condition of the goat. Provide free choice hay and plenty of clean water at all times.

Caution: Any recommendations given here should be considered as general only and may not apply in your specific situation. All final recommendations should be made by a qualified person familiar with your particular circumstances.

About the author: Gary Pfalzbot is a Service Connected Disabled Veteran and the web master of GoatWorld as well as some other web sites. He has raised goats over the years, been involved with 4-H (as a young boy) and currently resides in Colorado where he and his wife Pam raise a few breeds of goats and other animals, and primarily author the GoatWorld web site to continue to inform, educate, and promote the industry.

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