Polmass Milk Power – test in farm
Recent years’ research results provide increasingly ‘harder’ evidence that the effects of calf rearing have a very large impact on the economy of milk production. Healthy and well-growing calves are producing more milk when they become a cow, which translates into higher profit of farms.
The quality of the milk replacer given to them is indisputably very important for the calf rearing effects. The best CMR that calves, the youngest ones in particular, can be offered contains only milk proteins. Their high digestibility in the calf’s gastrointestinal tract guarantees the effective use of fodder, satisfactory body mass growths and low susceptibility to diseases. The digestibility of nutrients is particularly important when the calves are intensively fed with liquid feed, in order to optimally use their growth potential and use value. Any imperfection of milk replacer, which will be fed to calves in an intensive feeding system, easily leads to more diarrhea, and as a consequence – worse rearing effects. Continue reading “Tests in farms”