Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed (%19 Crude Protein – 2800 Kcal Metabolizable Energy/kg)
Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed is a concentrate feed, which provides protein, energy, and other nutrients at optimum levels to high yielding dairy cows.
Raw Materials Used for the Production of Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed
Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed is manufactured from corn, barley, corn gluten, soybean meal (46% crude protein), canola meal, sunflower meal (36% crude protein – dehulled), dried distillers grain with solubles (DDGS), and wheat bran.
Raw Materials NOT Used for the Production of Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed
Wheat (causes rumen lactic acidosis due to faster starch digestion), urea (NPN), ammonium sulphate (NPN), sunflower hulls, sunflower meal (28% crude protein), animal byproducts, all food industry wastes (biscuits, pastry, chocolates, chips, nuts, etc.) are not used in manufacturing Manav Yem products.
Advantages of Use
Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed contains quality protein and energy sources to obtain maximum microbial protein synthesis.
Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed with high bypass protein content (36-38%) provides all amino acids at optimum concentrations for maximum milk yield; on the other hand, reduces nitrogen (urea) losses.
Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed keeps blood urea nitrogen (BUN) within normal ranges and thereby enhances reproductive efficiency.
Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed reduces the risk of negative energy balance (NEB) and thereby minimizes ketosis in high yielding dairy cows postpartum.
The use of safe (slowly digested) starch sources for Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed manufacturing reduces the risk of rumen lactic acidosis and minimizes the acidosis-born problems such as mammary inflammation, scours, and lameness.
The inclusion of high-quality premix (vitamins and minerals) in Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed improves milk yield performance and reproductive efficiency; on the other hand, provides protection nutritional based metabolic disorders (milk fever, lameness).
Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed maintains high lactation persistency thereby slows down the decrease in milk yield and enables the lactating cows to reach their potential milk yield in the lactation.
Toxin-born problems in the liver, mammary glands mastitis), reproductive system (lack of estrus and/or infertility), and digestive system (scours) do not develop due to the safe use of raw materials in the manufacturing.
Recommendations for Use
Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed should start to be given to pregnant heifers or cows two weeks before parturition and continue for 3 months postpartum.
In the postpartum period, provision of 6-12 kg of Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed is suitable by gradually increasing its amount in the ration
The amount of dairy concentrate feeds should be adjusted to daily milk yield throughout the lactation.
In the transition to dry period, the amount of dry period feed should gradually be increased while the provision of Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed is reduced and finally terminated.
Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed should be mixed with roughages in an adequate and balanced ration and given to the high yielding dairy cows.
Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed should be given in a mixed total ration with roughages (corn silage, alfalfa hay, straw, sugar beet pulp, vetch hay, etc.) to lactating cows.
Cows fed with Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed should have free (ad libitum) access to clean drinking water, mineral blocks, and high-quality roughages.
The provision of Prstj 19 Dairy Cattle Feed in two or three meal times is the most suitable feeding regimen.
At least, a 7 day transient period from one concentrate to another one should be done to protect the digestive system health and to enable the cattle to adapt to the new feed.