ANION BOOSTER™ is a blend of chlorides and sulfates ions from glutamic acid fermentation product and corn fermentation solubles. It’s unique drying process gives it a toasted, coffee-molasses like flavor and aroma. Research indicates that transition cow rations should have a dietary cation-anion difference (DCAD) of between 0-15 mEq/100 gm dry matter. Anion Boost helps reduce the DCAD to the desired level, while allowing transition diet calcium levels to be maintained at an optimum level.

 

BENEFITS OF USING ANION BOOSTER

• BEST PALITABILITY

• BEST VALUE

 

INDICATED USE:

Provides a dietary source of anions to modify dietary anion/cation balance in dairy cattle, beef cattle, sheep and goats. Also provides a protein source.

 

INGREDIENTS:

Dried condensed extracted glutamic acid fermentation product, dried corn fermentation solubles, Roughage products.

 

TYPICAL ANALYSIS

Crude Protein, 54.0%

Crude fat, 1.0%

Acid Detergent Fiber, 25.0%

Calcium, 0.30%

Phosphorus (P), 0.26%

Sodium (Na), 1.05%

Chloride (Cl), 7.6%

DCAD, - 416 meg/100g DM

 

 

FEEDING DIRECTIONS

Recommended feeding rate for ANION BOOSTER™ is to be fed to close up dry dairy cows at the rate of 1-3 lbs. (0.45 kg – 1.4 kg) per head per day beginning at least 21 days before calving. Actual feeding levels will vary with the cation content of the diet. Consult your nutrition professional for more details.

 

Shelf Life

Store in cool, dry conditions. In those conditions, product is good for 2 years.

 

PACKAGE: 50lb. or 22.68 kg/bag

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Research Proves Anion Booster™ Tastes Better

Anion Booster™ is a blend of chlorides and sulfates from glutamic acid fermentation solubles and corn fermentation solubles. Its unique drying process gives it a toasted, coffee-molasses like flavor and aroma.

 

The chlorides as a source of anions are enrobed in dried molasses solubles and corn fermentation solubles. Feed intake is critical in the close-up transition diet. Anion Booster™ has proven to help increase Dry Matter Intake.

 

Those fed regular anionic salts experienced a decrease in consumption.

 

Research provided by: University of Idaho Animal & Veterinary Sciences Department Complete research available upon request.

 

 

Research provided by: University of Idaho Animal & Veterinary Sciences Department Complete research available upon request.

Anion Booster Significantly Affects More Components

Of The Acid-Base Metabolism Than Regular Anionic Salts

 

 

 + Numerically Higher *Significant **Highly Significant

Influence of Anion Booster on Intake, Acid-Base State & Calcium Metabolism of Dairy Cows

 

 

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