Standard Supplement Pellet

£225.00



Our cereal supplement is a dedicated supplementary feed for fisheries. An affordable, digestible and a healthy alternative feed supplement for fish. Formulated with a blend of 5 different cereal grains, selected palatants and oil. No meat proteins, all clean and sustainable British ingredients.

The Cereal supplement pellet is a high energy diet to ensure that protein is not burnt as an energy source, which keeps ammonia pollution to a minimum and maximises protein availability for tissue repair and growth. After milling and mixing the cereal blend with our selected palatants and binders, the mixture is cubed into pellets of 12mm or 6mm, boasting excellent digestibility properties.

A sensible protein level, safe to feed all year round, with the peace of mind that any wastage is completely organic, harmless for water quality compared to oily fishmeal feeds.

6mm and 12mm pellet sizes with breakdown times of up to 60 minutes.

Protein: 24-26%
Oil: 3-4%

“Since receiving our order from BP Milling I have been very impressed with the feed. The carp have been eating the pellet straight away and it can be fed without the usual worries of wastage, it has good ingredients and breakdown rates which mean I have had peace of mind feeding regularly." - Dan Cook, Richmoor Lake (Syndicate)

 

"This stuff works guys, if you are not feeding it you should! Since we started feeding our waters the growth rate has increased massively, with our larger fish that have been stuck for years finally putting weight on. Also the mortality has dropped massively!!!! Not just carp that benefit, our tench have also, with lake pb being broken across all of our waters last year!

A fish known as dolphin has been stuck around the 20lbs mark for years, since feeding started a little over a year ago dolphin has now gone 23.8. Credit to Ben for producing the feed, working wonders for us. Anyone not taking simple advice for BP and AE should be, as it works!" - Ben Leeming, Earl of Harrington AC


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