A skim and whey milk replacer using milk protein with added immunostimulants and probiotics for feeding calves in the first days of life.
- Formulated to provide a nutritious platform which is similar to cows’ transition milk.
- Over 200g of low heat skim milk, buttermilk and concentrated whey protein in every 300g of feed.
- Beneficial Probiotic bacteria to compete with pathogens in the small intestine.
- Krypto-nite – a plant extract to ensure the small intestine is a hostile environment for pathogens.
- Yeast extract to heighten the calf’s immune response and linseed oil to reduce inflammation reactions.
- Egg protein from hen’s immunised with Rotavirus, Coronavirus, E. coli and Salmonella.
- 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.
- It 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.
- Probiotics to balance the gut and protection against the main disease challenges facing young calves.
- Highly digestible with >60% skim milk
- Boosted immunity
- Easy mixing and very palatable
|Protein||Minimum 23% (milk protein)|
|Fat||22% blend of 6 oils for maximum digestibility and boosted immunity|
|Crude fibre||Maximum 0.07%|
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Help and Advice
Transition milk is the milk cows produce after colostrum and before what we consider ‘whole milk’.read more
Although it may not seem so, the perinatal period is the most risky period in the life of a calf. Getting a live calf on the ground is crucial in all our books, however ensuring the calf doesn’t contract disease when it gets there is another imperative battle to be fought.read more
Colostrum management for newborn calves remains a problem on many farms. The modern dairy cow doesn’t share the same level of maternal instinct as her predecessor. She may produce a greater volume of colostrum but it is more dilute.read more