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.
Video: Managing turnout to grass

Turnout tips from James Ambrose, commercial and technical manager for Phileo Lesaffre Animal Care GB & Ireland.

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Managing turnout to avoid a drop in performance

Current economic conditions mean making the most from grazed grass is more attractive than ever. More grazed grass in the diet means lower feed and direct costs, and well managed swards often have higher nutrient content than many conserved forages.

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Don’t let forage variability impact herd performance

On most dairy and beef farms there is huge variability in forage through the winter months as a result of variability within a silage clamp, changes between clamps or, in the case of maize silage, changes in starch digestibility within a clamp over time.

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Making the most out of spring grazing

Maximising the utilisation of high quality home grown forage is vital for any profitable dairy enterprise. And, with spring just around the corner, many dairy farmers will now be focusing attention on getting their herd out to pasture over the coming weeks.

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Cow care and Actisaf Supplementation

With low milk prices set to continue through this winter and into early next spring, optimising feed efficiency within dairy herds will be crucial if producers are going to maintain a margin over feed costs. The last edition of Yeast Solutions examined the essential elements of 
feed and feeding...

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Maximise the efficiency of your herd this winter

With low milk prices set to continue through this winter and into early spring, optimising feed efficiency within dairy herds will be crucial if you are going to maintain a margin over feed costs. Effective feed management, a better understanding of rumen function, and attention to ration compos...

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