Proven to increase milk yields and improve health in transition cows
- Helps to reduce the incidence of clinical and subclinical Ketosis.
- Helps increase blood glucose level.
- Helps increase milk yield.
- Helps to reduce production of Ketones, BHBA.
- Helps to improve health parameters.
Metabolic issues in second and greater lactation are caused by a breakdown of fat for energy in the fresh period, increasing ketone bodies in the cow's liver. The indicator of severity is measured by monitoring the level of BHBA.
- Negative Energy Balance: After calving, cows put out more energy than they can replace through early feed intake.
- Fat Breakdown: When in negative energy balance, cows oxidize fat to obtain more energy.
- Low Glucose Levels: When cows begin producing, the udder has a high glucose demand; lowering glucose levels elsewhere.
- Decrease in milk production
- Increase in other health issues
- $300 per cow is typical
- Decrease stressors on the cow through the transition time frame.
- Low energy diet in the closeup pen to increase intake after freshening.
- FEED GLUCOSE BOOSTER™, a glucogenic precursor with research results.
How GLUCOSE BOOSTER effects Transition cow's glucose and BHBA.
What you will learn:
- How GLUCOSE BOOSTER controls BHBA
- How GLUCOSE BOOSTER increased milk yield
- How GLUCOSE BOOSTER decreased Ketosis and health incidents
- How Glucose BOOSTER decreased health incidents.
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