Supply Animal Food to Ministry of Justice
Supply of Farm Animal Feed to HM Prison Service Farms To HMP North Sea Camp and HMP Hewel within the Midlands Region but this could extend to other Farms within England and Wales should there be a requirement. Requirements will include products. Details for expressing an interest below.United Kingdom-Ossett: Animal feedstuffs
Prior information notice
Section I: Contracting authority
Procurement Unit, Category Management Team North, Units 8 & 9 Fryersway
For the attention of: Hilary Cooper, Contracts Officer
WF5 9TJ Ossett
Telephone: +44 1924205710
Further information can be obtained from: The above mentioned contact point(s)
Public order and safety
Section II.B: Object of the contract (Supplies or services)
A four (4) year call off contract for the supply of Farm Animal Feed to be supplied to individual HM Prison Farms mainly within the Midlands Region but with the provision to provide to other Prison Farms throughout England and Wales if required and or feasible
NUTS code UK
To provide dairy cow concentrate to meet the needs of the milking cows balancing the available forage.
To provide a concentrate suitable for Jersey heifers post weaning to pre-calving.
To provide pellets for Jersey heifer calves up to post weaning
To provide a complementary feed stuff in bags, designed to be fed to Jersey cows pre calving. Designed to reduce calcium intake.
To provide calf milk suitable for Jersey calves.
To provide a single sow concentrate ration designed to be fed to sows throughout pregnancy and lactation.
To provide pellets in bulk loads which are complete feeding stuff for feeding finishing pigs from 50kg live weight until slaughter.
To provide pellets which are complete feeding stuff for feeding suckling piglets for 2-15kg live weight.
To provide a complete feed stuff designed to be ad-libitum laying free range poultry. Protein content must be in range of 18%-20%.
To provide a complimentary feed stuff for feeding breeding ewes pre and post lambing.
To provide a complementary feed stuff designed to feed ad-libitum to lambs in conjunction with a source of long fibre. Protein content must be in the range of 15%-20.
Where medication is prescribed by a veterinary surgeon to be added to the animal herds feed a medical prescription will need to be sent from vet to supplier.
Current Requirements (in Tonnage) per annum is in the region of
Milkmore 18 Nuts 117 (tons)
Milkmore 20 Nuts 267 (tons)
Milkmore 23 Nuts 59 (tons)
Freshlay Pellets (Bulk) 15 (tons)
Rearer 16 + Biosprint 84 (tons)
Ewemaster Supreme Nuts 9 (tons)
Lambmaster Supreme Pellets (Bulk) 18 (tons)
Supabreed Nuts 16 (tons)
Supalean Pellets (Bulk) 39 (tons)
Supawean Pellets (bags of 25kg ) 50 (tons)
The requirements for feed will fluctuate depending on season and quantity of livestock kept at Prison Farms, but an estimated annual spend, based on current spend analysis is in the region of £220,878.02- £244,128.32.
Current Livestock Headcount for the 2 main sites is approximately as follows.
HMP North Sea Camp
25 Breeding Pigs plus finishers – total of around 250
400 Breeding sheep plus this years lambs – total of around 1000
200 Balck and white bulls aged between 2 weeks to 12 months
300 Laying hens
100 Jersey Milking Cows
25 Beef Cattle
150-200 Pigs for pork/bacon production
200 Laying hens
Estimated cost excluding VAT:
Range: between 883 512,08 and 976 513,28 GBP
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