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Respected Cattle Dairy Feed

Respected Cattle Dairy Feed

Definition

- Designed for fresh and peak lactation periods in the feeding of milkers with high milk yield. It is our feed that we produce to get high milk yield in regions and businesses where protein-poor raw materials such as corn silage and straw are used as roughage.

Features

- It has 21% crude protein content and is a feed with high bypass protein and amino acid ratio.

- It shortens the peak time of high-yielding milkers and increases the amount of milk to be taken in a lactation by extending the peak time.

- Since it contains high grains, it has high energy and starch.

- Provides an increase in fertility by preventing anger and silent anger.

- Minimizes metabolic disorders such as negative energy balance, fatty liver and ketosis that may occur after birth.

- It contains extra vitamins and minerals against vitamin and mineral deficiencies that may occur in milks with high milk yield.

- It contains buffer substances to increase the digestion of roughage and to prevent diseases such as acidosis and laminitis.

Advices

- If you are just starting SAYGIN milk feed, switch to it by mixing it with your old feed for at least 10 days.

- Our dairy animals should have access to fresh food 24 hours a day.

- Our dairy animals need to consume 3-4% of their body weight on a daily basis. (It depends on the conditions such as climate, shelter conditions, milk yield etc.)

- In order for our milky animals to continue their rumen activities in a healthy way, they need to consume a good quality dry grass (Alfalfa hay, Dry oat grass, Barley harvest etc.) up to 1% of their live weight daily.

- Milking animals need 1 m2 dry bedding area for every 100 kg body weight in free-shelter systems and 2 times that of walking space.

- Our dairy animals need at least 80 cm feeder space per animal.

    Milk Yield
(Lt/day Animal)

Reputable

Kg/day

Corn Silage

Kg/day

Clover

Kg/day

Straw

Kg/day

Grain

Kg/day

20-25

9

20

-

5

-

25-30

11

20

-

5

1

30-35

13

20

-

5

1

30-35

11

20

4

1

2

* The amount of roughage and concentrate given in the table is reported as the amount to be given per animal per day. If a raw material other than the ones in the table will be used, ask for support from your regional sales manager.