Dairy Production Pellets

Oilseeds Australia Dairy Production Pellets have been formulated to provide a rich source of natuarally  occurring amino acids, including Arginine and Methionine,  choline, fibre & energy. For use across the lactation period & will enhance the Metabolic & reproductive performance of your herd. The amino acid profile ensures your herd’s production can achieve its genetic potential. Recent trials have shown late lactation cows hold at medium levels for longer. While an increase in milk components is achievable 

General Description

Oilseeds Australia’s Dairy Production Pellets (DP03) are a quality product used in the dairy sector. These pellets are a nutrient-dense feed that supplies protein, energy & fibre in one ingredient to produce a balanced ration to maximize production & performance, and maintaining the health and well-being of the animal.

 

This is NOT a complete feed.

 

Key Benefits

Supplying daily requirements of protein & energy for production and animal health

Highly digestible form of Energy, Fibre, Carbs & Protein

Completely safe & balanced feed for improving milk production & increasing body weight

Excellent source of Rumen by-pass protein

Cost effective

Highly Palatable

Easy to handle

No Urea used

Ingredients

Mix of Canola Meal, Palm Kernel Meal, Wheat, Barley and/or other agricultural by-products to achieve outcomes and parameters noted in the Product Data Sheet.

Magrilime is included in this Pellet. This product does not contain restricted animal material.

Application

The Dairy Production Pellets are suitable for dairy cows in all stages of lactation - complete with amino acids, choline and fats. Follow the feeding protocols attached for best results. This product can be used in all dairy feed systems including in the dairy & TMR mixer. The addition of Cobalt, Iron, Selenium, Magnesium, Manganese, Zinc can be incorporated in the Pellets, for an additional fee.  These Pellets provide for maximizing the cow’s genetic potential for milk production.

Product specifications

Certification & Claims

While there are no Australian Oilseeds Federation (AOF) standards for this product, Oilseeds Australia ensures its underlying products comply with all AOF standards.  However, variations to AOF standards can occur due to location of where the seed/raw materials are sourced and different varieties of seed/raw materials.  The purchaser needs to ensure that the product supplied is suitable for their respective needs.

 

Storage & Handling

The pellets are easy to handle and can be stored in a silo.

Store in clean and dry conditions at ambient temperature, away from vermin.

Feeding Protocols

To gain the maximum benefit from our products it is important that the following Feeding Protocols are adopted:

  • Feed must be introduced slowly over a minimum 14-21 days period.

  • Start at 200gm/hd for 100kg Calf and 2kg/hd for 500kg Cow. Slowly build up over the induction period. If stock are fussy it may take a little longer (up to 21 days) for the stock to consume the full ration.

  • Ad-lib hay/straw must be available to the stock. This should be minimum 20% of total intake. This improves rumen function and is important for reducing acidosis & increases milk fat.

  • Availability of clean water is very important and if bore water is being used, you are strongly advised to do regular testing to ensure suitability for stock consumption.

  • Pellets and fresh, clean water must be separated. This provides the stock an opportunity to exercise the rumen and prevents them from gorging at the feeder for extended periods of time.

  • The addition of buffers/minerals via a dry lick should be made available ad-lib, in particular Calcium/Lime

  • Consult your nutritionist about giving a 7in1 & Vitamin A, B12, D & E.

  • Any deaths out of the ordinary must be reported to Oilseeds Australia Representatives immediately.

Download the PDS for Dairy Pellets (DP03)

For more specific information to your needs, please call:

Richard (0417 677 742) or Dan (0400 771 841)

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