Crystalyx supplies a high energy form of supplementation to the main forage diets of cows, beef, sheep, goats, and deer in a very palatable form.

With so many different feed blocks and mineral buckets on the market, it is often difficult to determine which product offers the best value in terms of product cost and livestock performance. At Crystalyx we are confident that our product range gives livestock the opportunity to perform at their very best and in turn offer significant financial rewards to livestock farmers.

The confidence in Crystalyx products comes from the extensive research that has been carried out on our products over the last 25 years. Crystalyx has been trialled at some of the finest agricultural institutes in the world, such as Kansas State University, Newcastle University, University of Hannover and Aberystwyth University to name  but a few. It is this independent research that give credibility to the benefits of Crystalyx, and allows livestock farmers to put their trust in Crystalyx products.

The success of Crystalyx blocks now means that they are sold in over 20 countries around the world, and give supplementation to the diets of tens of millions of cattle and sheep across the globe. It is the unique manufacturing process Crystalyx uses that allows for such a high quality product to be created. The process involves  driving moisture out of the product over an  extended period of time, meaning that a naturally formed, hard low moisture product remains. Crystalyx blocks are packed full of energy, protein, trace elements, minerals and vitamins, with the required intake often being less than half that of other leading blocks on the market. The relatively low required intakes means that Crystalyx blocks can last up to twice the amount of time than other feed  blocks.

Crystalyx feed blocks are a convenient way of providing supplementation to livestock 24 hours  a day. The product is licked little and often, constantly supplementing the animal and stimulating the rumen bugs, making the best of home-grown forages and balancing forage deficiencies.