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Get your herd off to a flying start.

With the new season fast approaching, a decrease in milk price and slight increase in grain price, its incredibly important that you get your herd off to a flying start. 

There is so much more to the transition diet than just minimising the incidence of Milk Fever. In fact I firmly believe that the the reduced milk fever is just a bonus to a fantastic transition diet.

Australian literature suggests increases in production of 400-900 litres/cow/yr, and herd health significantly improved.

Its incredibly important that you ensure that your transition diet supplies the following, and not just be sold a "Leed Feed" supplement:

- minimum of 100 MJ ME/cow/day.

- total diet is a minimum of 14.5% CP - the importance of which is far too often overlooked by the industry.

- DCAB of <0.

- Correct balance of Macro/trace minerals and ioniphores for your herd.

To review your transition diet, please contact us and we will organise an on farm consultation and ensure that you get get the best from your herd this season.

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