Effectively protects dairy cows against ketosis.
Ketosis is a common metabolic disease occurring in cows with a high potential for milk production. The greatest risk of ketosis occurs between day 10 and 50 of lactation and is a consequence of a reduction in appetite and a negative energy balance. In order to control the energy starvation, the body releases reserves accumulated in adipose tissue (lipolysis) and the flow of free fatty acids (NEFA) flowing into the liver is increased. NEFA excess and deficiency of glucose leads to fat burning metabolic pathway blocking. Therefore, a part of fatty acids is esterified and accumulates as fat in liver (fatty liver syndrome), a part is converted to ketones, which accumulate in blood (ketosis).
A cow with ketosis might lose weight, reduce the amount of produced milk, have fertility problems and often suffer from mastitis or metritis. The losses associated with the disease are very high. Therefore, appropriate prevention and rapid ketosis treatment is so vital.
Indications for use:
- lack of appetite
- reduced feed use
- weight loss
- too good condition before calving
Directions for Use
Doses per head
Fatty cows in condition 4.0 BCS and above:
orally for 5 days prior to the planned calving at a dose of 250 mL / head / day
orally after calving for 10 days at a dose of 250 mL / head / day
Apathetic cows, lacking appetite (after calving up to 90 days of lactation):
orally for 7 days up to 14 days at a dose of 500 mL / head / day
Doses in the feed cart
Supplementation of energy in a daily dose: to the TMR mixture in an amount of 10–20 L per 1 000 kg