Analysis Kit - Nutrient - Hay/Haylage

Providing in depth nutrient analysis, including sugars, within 48 hours.

Please note that the lab will be closed from the 15th December to 9th January. For analysis pre-Christmas please order before close of business on 8th December.

Analysis kits are sent out via Royal Mail and contain everything required including instructions, sample bag and prepaid postal envelope. Our Feed Line will also provide complimentary interpretation and discussion of your results. You will receive detailed results by return, usually within 48 hours. The results consist of the following criteria:

  • Dry Matter
  • Metabolisable Energy
  • Acid Detergent Fibre
  • Neutral Detergent Fibre
  • Sugar
  • Oil
  • Crude protein

Includes full analysis of the fermentation characteristics of the fibre.

Contact our Feed Line on 01728 604 008 for more information.


**Please note that the lab will be closed from the 15th December to 9th January - for analysis pre-Christmas please order before close of business on 11th December**

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