Dairy Animal Feeds
Dairy cows have enormous potential to produce milk but they have very high nutrient requirements to achieve that potential. Cow need daily supply of essential nutrients required for their maintenance, growth, pregnancy and production.
Calf & Heifer Feeds
The three most essential nutrients for calf growth and development are water, energy and protein. Fibre, minerals and vitamins are also needed, but play a smaller role. For the rumen to develop, it is essential that calves consume a highly palatable source of solid feed that is calf starter.
Beef Animal Feeds
The proper nutrition of beef cattle is a key component of a successful production system. Feed requirements are based on the need for specific amounts of various classes of nutrients, protein, energy and minerals. Combined with accurate feed analysis, it allows the formulation of balanced rations which meet farmer’s beef production goals in an economic manner.
Sheep & Goat Feeds
Whether for fibre, meat, or milk, sheep and goats are raised all over the world and same is the case here in Pakistan. Feed is the single largest cost associated with raising small ruminants, typically accounting for 60% or more of total production costs. A properly balanced ration is the first step toward maximizing production and health in your sheep flock and goat herds.
Deciding the best way to source your maize silage is a complex decision. A large number of factors including seed variety, crop production, disease control, crop yields, plant to grain ratio, harvesting stage, chopping equipment, inoculant quality, packing/baling technique influence the quality of silage. So, the production of your herd depends on the quality of silage you are feeding.