FeedTest kits for Entegra clients

Entegra is currently offering complimentary FeedTest kits to clients who purchase a hay shed. FeedTest provides independent, reliable and rapid fodder/feed analysis using state-of-the-art Near Infrared (NIR) Technology, that is able to determine the nutritional value of stockfeed.

We still have 11 kits left and the offer will continue until stocks last. The kits are being sent to clients in Entegra gift boxes.

Key points
  •     Complimentary FeedTest kits being offered with every purchase of an Entegra hay shed
  •     The kits are being sent out in the mail
  •     FeedTest  uses state-of-the-art Near Infrared (NIR) Technology
  •     Until stocks last

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The wider test range includes many parameters, including:

  • Starch
  • Nitrogen
  • Ausmeat ME
  • Mycotoxins
  • Pesticide Residues
  • Yeast & Mould
  • Minerals
  • Trace elements
  • Lignin



Provided in the kits:

  • Sample request form
  • Resealable plastic bag
  • Reply paid envelope
  • Notebook with pen
  • 2 x stickers
  • Stubby holder
  • 2 x additional pens


Grant Ross farms for the future

Grant believes feed tests may hold the key to understanding the effect of the trace minerals on their oaten hay and could help deliver a premium price.

His theory was first put to the test a few years ago, when the Ross family sold some of its rain-affected hay to a local sheep producer. That same sheep producer also purchased hay from a farmer that uses urea.


Grant Ross received a FeedTest kit with the purchase of his newly installed hay shed

“Their sheep hardly touched that hay (with urea) …it had big rank stems, whereas ours had the same amount of rain on it – it had that blackish look about it – but they never left anything behind,” Grant said.

“It goes to prove the quality of our hay was just that much better, the sheep ate all of it. That’s why I’m interested in feed testing. If we do sell hay domestically, we will be able to advertise and say we have got a feed test on it and people buying it will know exactly what they are getting.”


Grant Ross, his son Bradley and grandchildren. The shed features a girder truss for easy access of large machinery







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