An overall lessening of the negative effects of heat stress when animal diets are supplemented with rumen protected amino acids, methionine and lysine.
Dairy rations should be formulated to provide MP with the AAs consistent and necessary for maintenance, growth, lactation, and reproduction.
Amino Acids reduce LCIA in the diet formulation itself, by better feed efficiency, and by better processing in the industry.
Our Amino Acid Programme has a positive impact on the greenhouse gases and on the non-CO2 greenhouse gases.
Ruminants can produce more efficiently thanks to better feed efficiency, reducing nitrogen, nitrous oxide, phosphorus excretion, impacting total carbon footprint.
In this blog, we focus on how to feed dairy cows to reduce the carbon footprint.
In this blog, we explain our five-step process for rumen-protected amino acid matrix validation.
Insights we received from Ken March, and Peter Smith Farmer at L.A.M Smith & Sons in the UK on their experience with rumen-protected amino acids.
Curious why a farm would start using rumen-protected Methionine and Lysine? Andrew Jones and Mike Chown, Ruminant Manager for UFAC UK, explains.
A recent trial in a large 2000 cow dairy farm in the United Kingdom shows that balancing for amino acids results in multiple benefits.
In this blog, we focus on which elements to take into consideration when implementing rumen-protected amino acids in order to be successful.