Use Yeast Culture to Feed the Rumen First

Published on: 12/20/2006
Author/s : Jack Garrett, PhD - Diamond V Mills Inc.

Healthy rumen microbe populations are important to dairy cows. Flourishing microbial populations can provide 50% to 80% of a dairy cow's daily protein requirement and up to 80% of its energy requirements. The remainder of the cow's nutrients comes from the level of recommended daily nutrients fed. In addition, research shows that well-managed herds with flourishing rumen microflora perform more co...

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December 20, 2006
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Prof Irvin Mpofu Prof Irvin Mpofu
Animal Nutritionist
April 15, 2007
This is a very informative article. It contains practical concepts that can be applied for better profits. The Developing world need to pay attention to such concepts so that they can improve on the efficiency and effectiveness of feed utilisation.
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March 4, 2011
This is a very studied and informative article. Every dairy farmers should go with yeast culture that to yeast metabolite to optimize the feed utilization by the dairy cows for optimum production levels. Yeast metabolites do help in reducing pH so that fibre digesting bacteria like megasphera and Selenomonas keep upper hand in rumen thereby suppressing protozoal count. In turn, maximum feed is digested and VFAs are produced that are source of energy for animals.
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Dr Muhammad Ramzan Dr Muhammad Ramzan
DVM. M. Phil
October 15, 2011
WHOLE COOTTON SEED IS WONDERFUL INCREASING DENSITY OF FEED FOR OPTIMAL MILK PRODUCTION. ADDITION OF YEAST AND BUFFER ENHANCES UTILIZATION. UREA AND STARCH COATING IS WORTH USING.CREDIT GOES FOR USING THIS PRODUCT,A SUPER FEED FOR SUPER COWS FOR SUPER PRODUCTION. APPRECIATED
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