Calcimate® is a range of high calcium supplements made from carefully selected clean limestone (CaCO3) which is suitable for inclusion in stock feeds or administered directly to animals. 

Calcimate and the Dairy Cow

The Calcimate® brand has been part of the animal feed supplement industry for over 20 years and was first introduced in New Zealand in 2001. During that period of time, the brand has grown and has a reputation for delivering the value, quality and consistency stock feed manufacturers and farmers expect. Calcimate® is now available in Australia being manufactured to the same high standards and includes a calcium supplement product range that is suitable for various animal classes including: dairy cattle, beef cattle, poultry, swine and sheep.

Calcimate® Fines

Calcimate® Fines are finely ground limestone powders which can be consumed across several animal classes including: dairy, beef, swine, poultry and sheep. 

Calcimate® Grits

Calcimate® Grits are graded limestone chip products screened to a specific lower size and upper size for customers manufacturing high volume poultry feed mixers (both layers and broilers) and also suitable for feeding backyard poultry.

Calcimate Quality

Calcimate® products are tested daily to meet our internal rigorous standards. Calcimate® products in New Zealand are BioGro certified. 

Further Product Information

Calcimate® Resources – Australia

Calcimate® products are supported with appropriate application guidelines and are available in various packaging formats including bulk, 1000kg+ sacks and 20kg(Australia) and 25kg(New Zealand) paper bags.


Australia - Calcimate® Fines and Calcimate® Grits are now available across the Eastern states of Australia and in Tasmania

New Zealand - Calcimate® Fines are available nationwide

Please contact our sales team to enquire about Calcimate®.


Did you know?

After processing, products derived from limestone can eventually revert to their original chemical form by reacting with carbon dioxide in the atmosphere or from industrial processes.