VINEMILK LICK, the new animal mineral lick to boost productivity
The overall objective of every farmer is optimal income from their livestock activities. These can only be realized if dairy farmers feed a balanced ration to their herd. The balance ration ought to have adequate source of Energy, protein, minerals, Vitamins and clean water. When these is fed every cow will produce optimally (i.e. milk, reproduction and health) translating to more income in their pocket.
Among the nutrient required by the cows, Mineral supplement is key. These can be in bags and blocks that are palatable for their cattle and deliver consistent nutrition – for healthier animals. When consumed in the right amounts, VINEMILK Mineral supplement can help your dairy cows maintain a healthy appetite and body weight. Salt can help increase feed intake, resulting in improved milk production.
VINEMILK LICK Supplement provides minerals that are essential for muscle, nerve and immune system function, sound reproductive health, and improved coat conditions. It is well formulated to guarantee farmers of enough essential micro and macro nutrients to their herds. Such trace elements are phosphorus, sodium, calcium, iron, zinc manganese, magnesium, cobalt, selenium, copper and fluorine.
Dairy cows have varying mineral requirements depending on their age and stage of lactation and on weather conditions. That’s why there are VINEMILK LICK products, VINEMILK, VINEPHOS, VINENYAMA, and VINEDRY, to meet a variety of needs for your herd.
The supplement can be obtained on your local agrovet or by contacting 0787-993331 or 0724-042638 our products are packed in 2kg, 5kg, 10kgs, 20kgs and 50kgs package
What happens when animals don’t get Mineral supplements
The animal experiences decreased urine production as the body attempts to conserve trace elements like sodium and chloride. This also leads to loss of appetite and weight loss.
The animal’s ability to utilize nutrition from feed decreases, meaning that it takes more feed to meet nutritional needs if the animal is still eating.
Animals develop a craving for salt. You may even see them eating or licking things like wood, barn dirt, rocks, and places where they or other animals have urinated.
In this case, the animal is simply trying to meet needs for sodium and other minerals.
There is decrease in milk production and fermentation process in the rumen doesn’t happen properly.
For a lactating cow, salt must be given. Sodium helps control the blood’s pH levels, and chloride helps in digestion and keeps the blood acid levels balanced.
In conclusion, when cows do not get enough mineral supplements, they may suffer milk fever, weak bones, taking long to get on heat hence delay in reproduction and even deaths may occur. Farmers can avoid this by ensuring they feed at least 150 to 200 grams/per cow/ day of mineral supplement. VINEMILK LICK is one such mineral supplement. It is enriched with protein, energy besides well balances Micro and macro nutrient they require for milk production, being healthy and reproduction.
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