Livestock Char

USDA organic certified Livestock Char - a beneficial ration additive for improving and maintaining the health of your livestock and soils
$599.50 inc GST

Livestock Biochar (StockChar) is a Certified Organic natural feed additive with the potential to revolutionise both intensive and extensive livestock production enterprises.  As with AgChar, StockChar is made from Biochar (charcoal) which is a signifigant natural carbon storehouse that has been made by nature and used by humans for thousands of years. The formation of Biochar is a natural way of regulating global carbon cycles.

Adding Livestock char to your supplement mix can have signifigant, multi-layered benefits for your livestock, your soils and the atmosphere. Numerous reports have now shown that the use of Biochar for a stock feed has resulted in double figure weight gain increases (29% in one case), along with up to 40% reduction in methane emissions from fed stock.  Manure odour and gut health improvements lead to better overall health of livestock.

Top international equestrians use StockChar products to de-acidify horse stomachs balancing high energy feed rations.

In addition to the benefits to the animal, Biochar also has flow-on pasture advantages as the animals' gut microbes inoculate and distribute activated AgChar for you (at no additional cost!). When coupled with active dung beetle populations the benefits to your pastures of the increased carbon include improved moisture retention, reduced run off and more active microbial habitats.  Feed at 30 to 100g+/hd/day with dry lick or molasses.

 

Kandanga Ag. Products StockChar is made from sustainably sourced Australian Hardwood.

 

Available at $595 per tonne or $22 for 20L bag. Please note these prices are in store prices only. If you would like us to quote a freight price to you please contact us.

 

ACO Certification

 

For further information including research articles and reports:

Biochar2014-15 Primary Production Innovation Grant Interim Report

World Bank report on Carbon Sequestration in Agricultural Soils

Livestock Research for Rural Development Journal - Improvement of growth performance of goats

Livestock Research for Rural Development Journal - Biochar reduces enteric methane and improves growth and feed conversion

 

 

Livestock Biochar (StockChar) is a Certified Organic natural feed additive with the potential to revolutionise both intensive and extensive livestock production enterprises.  As with AgChar, StockChar is made from Biochar (charcoal) which is a signifigant natural carbon storehouse that has been made by nature and used by humans for thousands of years. The formation of Biochar is a natural way of regulating global carbon cycles.

Adding Livestock char to your supplement mix can have signifigant, multi-layered benefits for your livestock, your soils and the atmosphere. Numerous reports have now shown that the use of Biochar for a stock feed has resulted in double figure weight gain increases (29% in one case), along with up to 40% reduction in methane emissions from fed stock.  Manure odour and gut health improvements lead to better overall health of livestock.

Top international equestrians use StockChar products to de-acidify horse stomachs balancing high energy feed rations.

In addition to the benefits to the animal, Biochar also has flow-on pasture advantages as the animals' gut microbes inoculate and distribute activated AgChar for you (at no additional cost!). When coupled with active dung beetle populations the benefits to your pastures of the increased carbon include improved moisture retention, reduced run off and more active microbial habitats.  Feed at 30 to 100g+/hd/day with dry lick or molasses.

 

Kandanga Ag. Products StockChar is made from sustainably sourced Australian Hardwood.

 

Available at $595 per tonne or $22 for 20L bag. Please note these prices are in store prices only. If you would like us to quote a freight price to you please contact us.

 

ACO Certification

 

For further information including research articles and reports:

Biochar2014-15 Primary Production Innovation Grant Interim Report

World Bank report on Carbon Sequestration in Agricultural Soils

Livestock Research for Rural Development Journal - Improvement of growth performance of goats

Livestock Research for Rural Development Journal - Biochar reduces enteric methane and improves growth and feed conversion

 

 

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