Milk Feeds
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Adım Milk Feed
  • Supplementary mixed feed adjusted so as to meet the daily necessary nutrition needs from the beginning of calving of the low and medium efficient milk cows until their delactation.
  • It is balanced with the nutritional elements and additives necessary for the daily live weight gain, survival rate and milk yield.
  • It is recommended for the milk animals with daily milk yield of less than 15 liters.
  • The protein, carbonhydrate and fat portions are balanced.
  • Normally the ratios of the dairy cattles are 60% concentrate feed and 40% rough feed.
  • The rough feed amount which a cow will consume in a day is 2,5% to 4,5% of its live weight.
  • The rough and concentrate feeds should be given in 2 meals a day and feeding should be made at the same time every day.
Koşu Milk Feed
  • Supplementary mixed feed adjusted to meet the daily necessary nutrition needs from the beginning of calving of the low and medium efficient milk cows until their delactation.
  • It is balanced with the nutritional elements and additives necessary for the daily live weight gain, survival rate and milk yield.
  • It is recommended for the milk animals with daily milk yield between 15-25 liters.
  • It is balanced with protein, energy, carbonhydrate and minerals.
  • It is a feed type that is suitable for nutrition only with rough feed or grains.
  • It has been designed according to the principle of net energy and protein that is digestible in the small intestine.
  • The rough and concentrate feeds should be mixed and given together.
  • All kinds of stresses should be avoided.
  • The fresh feed substances should be used.
  • The high-quality rough feed should be used.
  • At least half of the rough feed should be chopped longer than 5 cm.
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95x950
95x950 Milk Feed
  • Supplementary mixed feed adjusted so as to meet the daily necessary nutrition needs from the beginning of calving of the high milk efficient cows until their delactation.
  • It is balanced with the nutritional elements and additives necessary for the daily live weight gain, survival rate and milk yield.
  • It is recommended for the milk animals with daily milk yield between 20-30 liters.
  • It is balanced with protein, energy, carbonhydrate and minerals.
  • A balanced TMR can be prepared only with rough feed due to the high amount of net energy and protein content that is digestible in the small intestine.
  • The amount of the protein that is digestible in the small intestine is considerably high.
  • While breeding milk cows, the concentrate feed, rough feed and water balance of the cow should be adjusted.
  • If this balanced nutrition is not applied, problems might arise in the nutrition of the cows in the later period and in the progeny fertility.
  • All kinds of stresses should be reduced.
  • High-quality rough feeds should be used.
Depar Milk Feed
  • Supplementary mixed feed adjusted so as to meet the daily necessary nutrition needs from the beginning of calving of the high milk efficient cows until their delactation.
  • It is balanced with the nutritional elements and additives necessary for the daily live weight gain, survival rate and milk yield.
  • It is recommended for the milk animals with daily milk yield above 25 liters and for all milk animals during the first 30 days after the delivery.
  • Tasty feed raw materials are used.
  • It is especially recommended to use it within the post-natal period.
  • It is balanced with protein, energy, carbonhydrate and minerals.
  • A balanced TMR* can be prepared only with rough feed due to the high amount of net energy and protein content that is digestible in the small intestine.
  • It is balanced with lysine and methionine that are digestible in the small intestine.
  • The amount of the protein that is digestible in the small intestine is considerably high.
  • Each cow should be fed separately according to the amount of milk that it delivers.
  • Rotting, heating, fine grinding are not appropriate in the feed and rough feeds and pelletizing is not appropriate for the rough feed.
  • Feeding should be made at the same hour every day.

*Total Mix Ratio

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karnavalmix
Karnaval Mix Milk Feed Cereal Mixture
  • Supplementary mixed feed adjusted so as to meet the daily necessary nutrition needs from the beginning of calving of the milk cows until their delactation.
  • It is balanced with the nutritional elements and additives necessary for the daily live weight gain, survival rate and milk yield.
  • It is a suitable type of feed for the enterprises where there are available grains.
  • Tasty feed raw materials are used.
  • It is balanced with protein, energy, carbonhydrate and minerals.
  • A balanced TMR can be prepared with all kinds of grains and silage due to the high amount of protein content that is digestible in the small intestine.
  • It is balanced with lysine and methionine that are digestible in the small intestine.
  • The pre-natal nutrition of the dairy animals is very important.
  • The nutrition of the dairy animals within the first month from the delivery is very important.
  • The conception of the dairy animals 3 months after the delivery is one of the initial parameters of the economic dairy farming.

For more effective usage request information from the nutrition specialist of our company.

Prenses Pregnant/Heifer Feed
  • Supplementary mixed feed that is used for the feeding of the heifers which have completed their 6th month within the period until the delivery and of the cow spared to dry period until the delivery.
  • A female cow which is taken good care of when it is a heifer becomes a cow with high offspring and milk yield.
  • A conscious care and feeding is required within the heifer period.
  • Good-quality dry trefoil, fodder and silage are important in nutrition.
  • The cows within the dry period should be protected from all kinds of stresses.
  • Vitamine A, D, E and selenium supplements at the required level in the dry period feeds will help to derive healthy calves and to reduce the metritis, non-ejectment of the placenta and mastitis cases.
  • In the dry period nutrition, the pregnant cow should not be fattened.
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