Stephanie Bornemann has been feeding her 600 dairy cows 200 g DairySafe per cow/day since mid 2018. She starts with this in the period between 3 weeks before calving, until 2 weeks afterwards.
Goal of feeding JOSERA DairySafe
In order to keep the average milk yield high and exceed the current 11,180 kilogramms, improving animal health on Bornemann´s farm is extremely important. By feeding JOSERA DairySafe to the cows, Stefanie Bornemann aims to reduce ketosis. This automatically results in an increased milk yield.
After only half a year with JOSERA DairySafe, the ketosis frequency of Mrs Bornemann´s dairy cows already has been reduced by 15%.
Succes with DairySafe
- Inflammation of the uterus and milk fever is decreasing
- Veterinarian costs could be saved considerably
- Milk yield increased as planned due to better health
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