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A Better Future

NWF Agriculture is a leading supplier of compounds,
blends and associated products to UK sheep farmers.

Sheep Compounds & Blends

Discover more about NWF Sheep
compounds and blends

All our ewe and lamb feeds are developed to combine the correct levels of energy and protein with appropriate levels of minerals and vitamins to optimise ewe performance and milk yield, lamb growth rates and sheep health.


  • Champion Ewe
  • Classic Ewe
  • Premium Ewe & Prime Ewe Rolls
  • Ewetrition Rolls
  • Ultra Soy Sheep Nuts


  • Fast Lamb
  • Super Lamb
  • Lamb Gain
  • Lamb Pro
  • Prime Lamb 14



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The use of blends in ruminant systems can offer significant benefits to farmers looking to feed their livestock a nutritionally balanced, cost-effective diet, while reducing the overall costs of feeding their stock.

  • Only one feed to store
  • Only one product to mix in the diet
  • Better consistency of feeding
  • Reduced cost of putting feed in front of stock
  • Time and labour saving
  • Accurate inclusion of minerals etc, in the blend

We can formulate specific blends for your flock making use of a wide variety of top quality raw materials, sourced from around the world which are then accurately blended together in our fully UFAS approved facilities.


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Calcined Magnesite Limestone Flour Sodium Bicarbonate Sodium Sesquicarbonate Lump Rock Salt PDV Salt Acid Buff Hydrated Lime (Biolime H90) NWF Stable Rumen Pak
NWF UltraMin Sheep GP NWF UltraMin Intensive Lamb
NWF Champion NWF Ultra Early Abundance NWF Ultra Turbo Mix NWF Ultra Cut ‘n’ Graze NWF Ultra Hi Pro Red NWF Ultra Longlife NWF Ultra Intensive Dairy NWF Ultra Renovate
NWF Sila-Guard 50 NWF Sila-Guard Whole Crop NWF Sila-Guard Maize
Wheat Seed Barley Seed Other Seeds
Ammonium Nitrate NPK Fertilisers Granular Urea Granular Urea & Sulphur Muriate of Potach Triple Superphosphate Diammonium Phosphate Monoammonium Phosphate Calcifert
Silage Stock Calculator Clamp Management
NWF Ultra Soy NWF Ultra Pro-R NWF Ultra Starch-W
Evolution Golden Flake
Cane Molasses Sheepmol Sheepmol Plus
NWF Ultra Lamb
Wheatfeed Maize Gluten Maize Germ Oatfeed Maize Residual Pellets Maize Distillers Wheat Distillers Hipro Soya Ext 49 Soya Hulls Sunflower 32/29 Rapeseed Meal Palm Kernal Expellor
Maxibeet Supaflow Molassed Sugarbeet Shreds
Wheat Barley Maize


In addition to compounds and blends, NWF Agriculture supplies a comprehensive range of associated products for ewes, rams and lambs. From milk powders to minerals we offer products to support the health, production and growth rates of your flock.

The range includes products to support forage production with a wide portfolio of seed, fertiliser and silage additives.   Our advice and technical services offer the additional support required to ensure you are growing the best quality forage, harvested at the right time and fed in conjunction with ration plans for your flock.

Calcined Magnesite

Cal Mag is produced from the raw material Magnesium Oxide which is quarried around the world. Cal Mag offers the most commonly used and economic source of supplementary magnesium for ruminant livestock

Cal Mag provides a good source of dietary magnesium. The magnesium in Cal Mag is highly available during digestion. Due to its poor palatability, Cal Mag is normally included in TMR, Minerals, Mineral Buckets, compounds, blends or premixes.

Dairy cows
Small amounts are used in winter diets. The major use, however, is with Dairy Cows at turnout. Feed 50 – 60 grammes per head per day, commencing about 10 days prior to turn out, to help prevent Grass Staggers (Hypomagnesaemia). magnesium is not readily stored in the body so continue feeding during high-risk periods, eg: lush Spring grass
Dry Cows

Dry Cows generally have a higher magnesium level than Lactating Cows. This magnesium can be supplied by including Cal Mag in the diet or feeding Dry Cow minerals which have a high level of magnesium. It may sometimes be used in conjunction with magnesium chloride.

Suckler Cows & Beef
As with Dairy Cows, Cal Mag is primarily used at turn out.

Typical feed rates are 50 grammes/head/day.

Cal Mag should be stored in a cool, dry place. It may go lumpy / hard if stored for extended periods

Magnesium 50-52%

25kg or Tote bags

Limestone Flour

Limestone Flour is used as a supplementary source of calcium. Limestone Flour is a fine white powder, nominally less than 300 microns. The material has been crushed, milled, dried and screened, then milled and classified again to produce a product of exceptional quality.

• CaO 55.5%
• CaOs 99.0%

25kg or Tote bags

Sodium Bicarbonate

Sodium Bicarbonate is, by far, the most widely used and cost-effective rumen buffer.

Optimal rumen function is essential in order to maximise performance as well as allowing maximum utilisation of low-cost forages. Rumen function can be impaired by feeding high cereal rations, acidic silages, short chop forage and starchy forages which in turn can lead to im-paired digestion, reduced intakes and poor performance (e.g. reduced butterfat). Feeding Sodium Bicarbonate assists the saliva in its buffering capacity, thus reducing the risk of large drops in rumen pH which can lead to acidosis.

This is practically demonstrated with:

• Improved forage intakes
• Effective fibre digestion
• Higher milk yields
• Enhanced milk quality, increased butterfat
• Improved feed conversion and liveweight gain

Sodium 27%

In ruminant animals, the correct digestion of dietary intake is essential in achieving maximum output. The conditions in the rumen are continually challenged by the different feeds offered. Sodium Bicarbonate offers one alternative to reaching optimum rumen pH by helping to neutralise the acidic conditions typically caused by feeding high lactic acid silages and/or excess rapidly rumen-fermented carbohydrates. It can be controlled by feeding at an appropriate rate of up to 250 grammes per head per day of Sodium Bicarbonate.

25kg or Tote bags

Sodium Sesquicarbonate

Sodium Sesquicarbonate contains a blend of Sodium Bicarbonate and Sodium Carbonate and is a source of sodium for cows and sheep.

Fed as a buffer to reduce rumen acidity.
It can increase dry matter intake, rumen microbial protein production and fibre digestion, resulting in increased milk production and milkfat

Sodium 27.4%

• Dairy Cows – 150-180g

• Beef – 20-25g per 100kg live weight

• Sheep – 20g

Lump Rock Salt

Salt is the first limiting mineral in all species. It is essential to promote saliva production and ensure optimum function of the digestive system.

Animals that are deficient in salt will often be seen chewing wood or attempting to drink urine (both sources of salt). Lump Rock Salt offers a convenient and natural way of providing salt for your livestock.

Large lumps of raw salt ranging from 5 – 35kgs in weight. The colour may be grey, red, brown, or white – according to the source.

• Sodium 40%
• Potassium 1.25%
• Calcium 0.13%
• Magnesium 0.005%

• Normally offered ‘Free Access’ in the feed trough, manger, or at grass
• Very weather resistant, so can be fed out-side without protection
• Can be fed to all species

Can be ordered either as loose or in catchweight form in a tote bag

PDV Salt

Salt is the first limiting mineral in all species. PDV (Pure Dried Vacuum) salt is an alternative to Ground Rock Salt
A free flowing salt, PDV is refined to remove any other trace elements or minor impurities. Fine granules, similar to table salt, white in colour.

• Sodium 40%
• Potassium 1.25%
• Calcium 0.13%
• Magnesium 0.005%

• Normally included within TMR or home-mixed rations
• Used in the manufacture of mineral / vitamin supplements

Acid Buff

Pure rumen conditioning with bioavailable minerals. Acid Buff can be used in lactating or dry cows.
It is derived from marine algae and contains high levels of calcium, magnesium and other minerals.

It is highly effective as a rumen buffer and stabilises pH at optimum rumen pH over long periods. Acid Buff works in harmony with the animal’s natural endogenous system for buffering excess acid leading to a stable and productive rumen environment. A healthier rumen can lead to improved production parameters.

Lactating Cows

Including Acid Buf in the diet will lead to:
• Better neutralisation of rumen acid
• Slow-release and longer-term rumen buffering
• Excellent source of bio-available minerals
• Improves fibre digestion
• Boosts milk yield and quality
• Reduces methane output and environmental pollution

Dry Cows

Including Acid Buf in the diet will lead to:
• DCAD (Dietary Cation, Anion Difference) neutral – allowing inclusion in dry cow diets
• Allows increased concentrate feeding close to calving
• Releases valuable calcium and magnesium to the cow
• Reduces the risk of metabolic disorders
• Conditions the rumen for lactation

• During lactation – 50-80g/cow/day

• Dry cow transition – 40-50g/cow/day

• Beef – 30-50g/cow/day

25kg bags

Hydrated Lime (Biolime H90)

Biolime helps control bacteria and mastitis to protect your milk yield and the investment you’ve made in land, feed and the herd. Simple to handle and easy to apply, this specially blended hydrated lime is quick to take effect and produce results

Dairy/Cattle Benefits

• Prevents mastitis
• Reduces hoof infection/lameness
• No risk of hydrogen sulphide
• Improves hygiene in calf pens
• Helps to prevent against Scours & Pneumonia
• Helps keep calf pens dry
• Helps destroy Tuberculosis and Brucellosis in cattle slurry

Sheep Benefits

• Prevents lameness
• Improves hygiene in lambing pens
• Helps to prevent against Scours, Watery mouth, Navel ill and Joint ill
• Prevents Scald and Foot rot when applied to gathering areas, gateways and at housing

Poultry/Game Benefits

• Improves biosecurity
• Protects against Avian influenza, Newcastle disease, Marek’s disease and bacterial infections caused by Salmonella, Coccidiosis, E-Coli and Barchyspira
• Reduces fly activity
• Improves hygiene for a healthy flock environment

25kg bags or tote bags

NWF Stable Rumen Pak

A cost effective way of optimising rumen pH. Contains Yea-Sacc and a blend of buffering agents including Acid Buff. Combining a specially formulated range of buffers with improved fibre digestion from Yea-Sacc to produce the optimal rumen environment.

This product is a solution to combat SARA in your cows

SARA – Sub-Acute Rumen Acidosis signs include:
• Poor Performance
• Fluctuating Milk yield

This can be triggered by:
• Wet maize silage
• Acidic grass silage
• High levels of cereal

• Higher feed intakes due to a more stable rumen
• Increase in milk yield of up to 1.6 litres per day
• Improvements in milk quality
• Improvements in dung quality
• Reduced lameness

• Dairy Cows – 75-125g / head / day
• Calves – 25g / head / day
• Beef – 75-125g / head / day of Beef Stable Rumen Pak, specially formulated with reduced magnesium content
• Ideal for mixing in with or sprinkling onto the daily ration

Our specialist team are always on hand to help with any enquiries you may have

Call NWF Agriculture:
0800 756 2787

Technical Services


NWF offers a wide range of Technical Services to help livestock farmers. We provide our customers with a unique laboratory service, to help develop and sustain the correct diet for your individual herds.

NWF sales representatives work alongside farmers and our in-house nutritionists to develop tailored diets using our quality feed range. Our aim is to maximise herd health and output.

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Whatever your farming system we provide expert advice and solutions to help farm businesses

Trouw Nutrition GB GrassWatch 2018 – 29 June 2018

1st July 2018

The average GB grass growth has continued to decline this week to 38 kg DM/ha/day, a reduction of 9 kg DM/ha/day. There is a wide variation in growth rates between the North and South, with Scotland maintaining an average growth rate of 61 kg DM/ha/day whilst the South West average has declined to 29 kg DM/ha/day.

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Factors Influencing Milk Constituents

30th June 2018

Seasonality and genetics are big factors which influence milk constituents; selection within a breed can also offer significant effect, however there are some key dietary points which we must also take into account.

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If you are warm then your calves will be too!

27th June 2018

With the high temperatures NWF share some helpful information about heat stress in calves.

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Holsworthy Show 2018

Killatree Cross, Pyworthy, Holsworthy, Devon, EX22 6LP Thursday 23rd August 2018

Meet the NWF team at the Holsworthy Show 2018 for information on our dairy, beef and sheep feed range and associated products.

UK Dairy Day 2018

The International Centre, Telford, Shropshire, TF3 4JH Wednesday 12th September 2018

Meet the NWF team at UK Dairy Day 2018 for information on our dairy feed range and associated products. NWF are also delighted to be a Principal Sponsor and Cattle Infrastructure Sponsor of the 5th annual event.

Westmorland Show 2018

A6070, Westmorland, Cumbria (Follow signs) Thursday 13th September 2018

Meet the NWF team at the Westmorland Show 2018 for information on our dairy, beef and sheep feed range and associated products.

Dumfries Show 2018


North Devon Show 2018


2018 Mill Tours

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Spring/Summer 2018 Newsletter

The NWF Spring/Summer 2018 newsletter features articles on Forage Quality, Rearing your Future Herd, Precision Blending and Beef Outlook.

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Spring/Summer 2017 Newsletter

Our Spring/Summer 2017 edition of NWF News features articles on tackling coccidiosis, cubicles getting comfort right, The Blackcombe Herd, Calf Rearing plus our events calendar.

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Winter 2016 Newsletter

The NWF Winter 2016 edition of the newsletter features articles on Dunbia tour, new production site at Bilsborrow, NutriOpt and minerals for beef plus customer stories.

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