A skim and whey milk replacer using milk protein for the feeding of calves on an automatic feeder.
- Contains natural antibacterial properties. Lactoperoxidase, lactoferrin and organic acids have been included to help reduce the bacteria accumulating around the teat and feed station.
- Highly digestible milk proteins used. Skim allows natural clotting to occur, just like casein in whole milk.
- Contains buttermilk which reduces stomach upsets and feed refusals as it acts as an emulsifier enhancing fat breakdown and it contains a lactic acid flavour. Additionally, it can reduce rotavirus infectivity.
- Contains a blend of oils which increases digestibility of fat for the calf; it is important to have a good mix of short, medium and long chained fatty acids. Additionally, it contains a blend of Omega 6:3 that enhances calf ability to combat pneumonia.
- High levels of vitamin C, E and organic selenium have been added to further boost calf immunity.
- Decreases bacterial growth in the environment
- Highly digestible for the young calf
- Boosts immunity
- The only feed designed for computer feeders
|Protein||Minimum 21% (milk protein)|
|Fat||18% blend of 6 oils for maximum digestibility and boosted immunity|
|Crude fibre||Maximum 0.03%|
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