Farm-O-San PowerFit contains electrolytes to rehydrate the calf and dextrose as a source of energy.
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Farm-O-San Pro-Keto is a dietetic feed that contains large amounts of glycogenic energy and is able to reduce the risk of ketosis. Farm-O-San Pulmosure contains an essential oil that supports breathing and clearing of the airways.
Farm-O-San Pulmosure LD contains an essential oil that supports breathing and clearing of the airways. Pulmosure LD also contains a natural form of vitamin E and organically bound selenium in order to support the immune function. Diarrhoea is the leading cause of calf dehydration, reduced growth and calf mortality. Farm-O-San Rediar is a dietetic feed that stabilises the water and electrolyte balance to support the physiological digestion in case of diarrhoea.
Farm-O-San Reviva is a highly palatable post calving drink for cows, containing large amounts of calcium and energy. It quickly rehydrates and replenishes mineral loss in the cow.
Farm-O-San StarftFit contains all the vitamins, minerals and trace elements a calf needs for optimal growth and development. Many calves go through a challenge on their digestive system in the first few weeks of their lives. Farm-O-San Trycop can be used in dairy calves to stimulate gut health. Home Solutions About us Sales locations Contact us.
NRC Recommendations for Dairy Cows
Ruminants Dairy farming. Invest in the first 60 days. Transition to lactation The transition from the dry cow period to calving results in a number of challenges to the dairy cow. Calf rearing A successful calf rearing program is based on optimal nutrition and a perfect health management system. Dealing with Negative energy balance Calcium deficiency.
Colostrum quality Respiratory health Scours. Yes I agree with the terms and conditions. Questions about dairy farming? Trace minerals including cobalt, copper, iodine, selenium and zinc are required in very small amounts but play an important role in many physiological functions, such as enzyme reactions, modulation of the hormonal and nervous systems and in supporting health and immune function.
While it might be tempting to reduce trace mineral supplementation for cows over the next few months because the stress of early lactation and mating is behind us, the last third of lactation provides an opportunity to replenish trace mineral reserves before drying off and before foetal demand increases in the last 60 days of gestation. Taking some time now to review your mineral supplementation programme and ensure that cows are receiving an adequate and balanced amount of essential macro and trace minerals will help to reduce the risk of animal health issues at calving and in early lactation next season.
Talk to your local Nutrition Specialist to design an effective mineral supplementation programme for your herd. Ellenberger, H. Calcium and phosphorus requirements of dairy cows: Weekly balances through lactation and gestation periods. Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin Mineral nutrition in late lactation. February 22nd, Previous Article.
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