Enhances body and rib shape for an award-winning, full appearance.
60 Seconds with Sunglo: S'More Fill
How They Feed: Sunglo S'more Fill with Bradey Newhouse
Designed to support body shape, fill, and overall feed intake
Contains probiotics to support gut health and digestion
Highly palatable for immediate acceptance
What type of animal does S'more Fill® work well on?
Sunglo® S'more Fill®, commonly referred to as "S'mores", works especially well on animals intended for show that need a fuller, fresher appearance through their mid-rib and flank area. S'more Fill® is incredibly palatable and general intake is often improved when S'more Fill® is added to either a complete feed ration or as the sole ration on show day. Can be fed to pigs, cattle, goats and sheep and can be fed as a replacement of rolled oats.
How does S'more Fill® work differently than other products in the Sunglo® lineup?
Sunglo® offers the most dynamic filler lineup in the industry. From S'more Fill® to Stuffed® to Full Tank® we have you covered. S'more Fill® is different from Stuffed® and Full Tank® due to S'More Fill® being oat based with the added bonus of probiotics and dehydrated marshmallows that animals, especially pigs, devour. S'More Fill® can also be fed wet and made into a slop or even soaked overnight to create a new consistency for your animal to eat. You'll also get different fill across different areas of the animal's body with the different filler products in the Sunglo® lineup. Don't be afraid to experiment to see which one works the best for you and your livestock
How much S'more Fill® do I feed?
For pigs, sheep, and goats, you can feed up to 1 lb per head per day when mixing with your complete rations. For pigs on show day, you can feed as the sole ration for enhanced fill when looking for an alternative feed source. For cattle, feed at the rate of up to 2.5 lbs. per head per day.
Available in a 50 lb. bag
Calcium (Min): 0.10%
Calcium (Max): 0.40%
Phosphorus (Min): 0.35%
Important Management Tips:
- Always provide access to fresh, clean water.
- Check weight gains at set time intervals and adjust daily feeding rate as needed until target weight is reached.
- Always transition slowly from one ration to another to help avoid digestive upset.