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BEC to Showcase Innovative New Products at Fieldays

BEC to Showcase Innovative New Products at Fieldays

Farmers, vets, nutritionists and animal enthusiasts will experience the latest in high quality, innovative animal nutrition products at this year’s Mystery Creek Fieldays.

From premixes, to feed additives and commodities, BEC Feed Solutions, will be showcasing their range of innovative animal nutrition products, designed to ensure the optimum health and performance of animals.

Fieldays visitors can expect to see BEC’s New Zealand-new products and receive free product samples and product literature. Product advice and support will be provided by BEC’s technical experts.

One lucky visitor will also receive a weekend for two at the Grand Mecure Puka Park Resort in Pauanui, Coromandel, including a 3-course dinner with a bottle of wine, plus full breakfast. To be in with a chance to win, visitors must pop along to the BEC stand – Mystery Creek Pavilion, Stand PD41 - and answer a simple question to go in the prize draw.

BEC will also present their New Zealand-first product - Bolifor® Magnesium - which is set to revolutionise Magnesium use in the New Zealand agricultural industry. The Bolifor® Magnesium products are granular, yet highly soluble and samples will be available to view on the stand. In addition, a Bolifor® expert will reveal the products’ unique points of difference during product talks at the BEC stand, on Wednesday and Thursday at 10am and 2.30pm and Friday at 10am.

“We’re looking forward to attending our first Mystery Creek Fieldays as exhibitors and to introducing the public to our impressive range of animal feed ingredients,” says Ms Parker.

“Our business is guided by a healthy respect for our relationship to the human food chain, and as such we are committed to manufacturing and supplying safe, quality feed products. We’re keen to spread the word about our products so that New Zealanders and their animals can benefit from our top quality ingredients, product range and overall cost efficiencies,” adds Ms Parker.

Younger members of the family will also be entertained by BEC’s kid's colouring competition, with the winners of the under 6 and 7-12 age categories each winning one of two FujiFilm Instax Instant Camera Mini 8 Packs (worth $109 each). Entry forms will be available from the BEC stand.

As a manufacturer and supplier of nutrition products to New Zealand’s agricultural industry, BEC caters for the dairy, calf rearing and equine sectors, as well as the pig, poultry, dry-stock and companion animal markets. In addition, they offer customers a comprehensive support service with access to their locally-based technical services, nutrition advice and market information. For more information


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