Technical Information: Cows and Beef Cattle

We are proud of our products and their positive impact on livestock performance. As such, we want to share with you our scientific and technical data. Please browse through this section to examine up-to-date product information, trial results and research data to understand how our live yeast products could benefit the cows and beef cattle in your care.
Make the most of every bite: Driving feed efficiency on a dairy farm

Rising prices of feed, fertiliser and energy are putting the pressure on the dairy sector, with production costs at farm level continuing to grow. Inputs such as these are driving the cost of milk production to more than €0.30-35/L in some cases. While some cows may be at grass during the day in ...

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Do you see milk butterfat crash during April and May in your herd?

Many dairy herds see milk butterfat levels crash in the spring. This could be costing you up to €3,300/month and, with huge cost pressure this season, can you afford to lose out? The lush, leafy swards typically seen at this time of year are great for milk production and milk proteins. But this ...

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Make the most of every bite: Drive feed efficiency to reduce cost of production

Rising prices of feed, fertiliser and energy are putting pressure on the dairy sector, with production costs at farm level continuing to grow. Throughout the agricultural sector, inputs such as these are driving the cost of milk production to more than 32ppl in some cases. While some cows may be ...

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Feed the rumen microbes to feed the cow this winter

As dairies across the UK and Ireland look ahead to winter feeding, there is much to be considered. Input costs are high, raw material markets are volatile and forage quality is variable.

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Look out for forage variability on farm

Grass from well-managed pastures offers the most economical and sustainable feed sources on farm, making it one of the most important resources on livestock farms in the UK and Ireland. Following 12 months of unprecedented feed prices, the importance of maximising milk from forage has grown to maint...

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Optimising the rumen for maximum performance: Managing rumen function at grass

Grazed grass and quality forage are essential components of any profitable dairy enterprise. But while grazed grass is a high quality, low-cost feed resource, it’s essential to be aware of some key challenges that can impact on cow health and performance.

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