Who are looking for quality sweet palatable grass for healthier stock
Our product contains sulphur and WOLF TRAX magnesium, zinc, manganese and copper
Its special formulation provides the extra growth of sweet grass that cattle and sheep thrive on
Our solution has 15% less nitrogen content and delivers the same yield as standard practice 27-2.5-5
It is tried, tested and proven in Ireland
Want to know more?
What is RICHLAND?
Goulding RICHLAND is a 22.7N : 2.5P : 5K + 3%S plus magnesium, copper, manganese and zinc.
It has a lower nitrogen content than standard practice, plus a lower carbon footprint.
RICHLAND provides balanced soil nutrition.
Why use RICHLAND?
Provides quality grass:
RICHLAND increases levels of the essential trace elements in grass.
Grows sweeter grass:
RICHLAND enriches grass and makes it more palatable, with the result of greater dry matter intake by livestock.
Improves health and fertility:
Increased dietary trace element intake improves animal health and helps to maintain high fertility levels.
Two fold benefit:
Richland enables you to spread a well balanced mix of NPK and trace elements at a cost-effective price.
What are the benefits of RICHLAND?
Cost effective and convenient
Increased trace element content in grass and silage
Suitable for grassland and tillage
Can be spread at any time throughout the season
RICHLAND product analysis
Benefits of Macro & Micronutrients
Benefits of additional nutrition
Helps reduce the incidence of grass tetany
Improves nutrient availability
Helps produce lush swards
Improves Nitrogen efficiency
Increases protein content and digestibility of grass
Helps prevent lameness
Improves semen production
Enhances plant tillering
Maintains high fertility
Promotes grass root development
Increases herd fertility
Need a Carbon Footprint?
Our aim is to provide specific carbon footprints for our products, improving accuracy for recording and reporting. NUTRI-CO2OL, our independently ADAS verified carbon footprint model, was developed to account for changes in raw material sourcing, production and blending sites.
An indicative carbon footprint for RICHLAND is below.