Megalac

Description

Highly proven, rumen protected fat (Calcium Salt of Palm Fatty Acids) for improved production efficiency.

Nutritional Benefits

  • High energy density

          - ME = 33.3 MJ/kg DM

          - 2.5 times the ME concentration of cereals

          - Highest measured NEL = 27.3 MJ/kg DM

          - More energy per bite

          - Energy used very efficiently for milk production

  • High Digestibility

          -Over 90% from research studies

          - 45% unsaturated fatty acids

          - Fat & energy available for use by the cow

  • Increased Milk Production

          - Milk yield response = +2.3 kg/cow/day

          - MS response = +80g/day in first 150 days

  • Improved feed efficiency

          - More milk produced per kg DM intake

          - Higher returns from the herd

  • Improved Rumen Function

          - Reduces acidosis risk in the rumen

          - More favourable conditions for growth of fibre-digesting bacteria

  • Reduced methane production

          -Over 13% less methane produced per kg milk = more efficient production

          - Less dietary energy lost as methane

  • Improved fertility

          - Improvement in 1st service conception, 100-day in-calf and not-in-calf rates

          - Increased diet energy density targeted to reduce body condition loss, time to oestrous and improved conception rate

          - Increases follicle size to improbe chances of pregnancy

          - Increased production of progesterone to improve embryo survival

Feeding Recommendations

Feed between 0.2 to 0.5 kg/c/d. 

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Disclaimer: All animal feed products should be fed as part of a healthy balanced diet matched to the specific requirements of the herd. Nutrinza makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, as to the suitability of any of the products supplied to the specific requirements of your animals. Please note that recommended feeding rates are given as a guideline only and will vary based on the total diet and actual feed intake of your animals. It is recommended that you consult your vet, nutritionist or farm consultant before making any dietary changes.