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.