MANAGING AND MAINTAINING BUTTERFAT IN EARLY-MID LACTATION
As we enter spring and see the temperature slowly begin to rise, a decline in milk fat and protein percentages becomes a more common occurrence. Lush, low-fibre grass can increase the risk of acidosis in the rumen, leading to poor digestion and reduced milk solids output. YEA-SACC® is a live yeast from Alltech that has repeatedly been proven to promote fibre digestion while simultaneously reducing the build-up of lactic acid in the rumen. Thanks to fewer wasted nutrients, more energy is available for production, which can help increase milk fat and protein.
Register now for the BEAT THE DROP webinar
Date: Thursday, March 11 at 8 p.m.
Attendees will gain practical knowledge regarding common questions on how to manage and maintain butterfat.