Technical Bulletins

 

  • RumeNext-B Frequently Asked Questions RumeNext-B affects feed digestion by acting on certain rumen microbes. RumeNext-B changes the profile of rumen-volatile fatty acids (VFA) and changes rumen-protein digestion.  It lowers rumen-acetate level and increases propionate and butyrate levels.  It reduces the breakdown of amino acids in the rumen and, thus, lowers rumen ammonia-nitrogen levels.  The product has no affect on rumen pH............
     

  • RumeNext-B improves efficiency of production by improving feed to gain ratio and average daily gain. In receiving ration trials1, feeding RumeNext-B increased feed efficiency by an average of 7.1% and average daily gain by an average of 4.5% compared to the control rations........
     

  • Thermal Care R Solution Technology for Heat-Stress Thermal Care R is patent-pending technology developed by ADM Research specifically for lactating dairy cows incurring heat stress. Thermal Care R was developed after a series of basic research and large-scale feeding studies revealed benefits for the active ingredients. The underlying physiological effects of heat stress were considered during research and development of the product.
     

  • Thermal Care S Heat Stress Solution Technology for Swine Thermal Care S is an innovative product developed by ADM researchers after five years of extensive swine research. Thermal Care S is specifically designed to help ameliorate the negative effects of heat stress, based on ADM researchers' understanding of the underlying physiology of heat stress. Specific ingredients have been scientifically selected to address different aspects of physiological changes associated with heat stress.
     

  • The Role of Selenium Yeast in Ruminant Feeding Programs In livestock, selenium (Se) deficiency appears to compromise immune function and is associated with a higher incidence of health-related problems including mastitis, retained fetal membranes, uterine infections, cystic ovaries, and poor conception rates.
     

  • Defining Heat Stress Heat stress on dairy cows can be very serious. Not only does heat stress negatively impact dry matter intake and milk production, it also has adverse consequences on foot health, reproduction, milk quality, and the incidence of disease.
     

  • Slick N' Clean Pit and Lagoon Additives
    One of the largest obstacles to expansion in the livestock industry nationwide is environmental concern. One major concern is the odor associated with manure management for all species.
     

  • Bacterial Inoculants can Improve the Quality of Silages Silage inoculants can be useful tools to improve silage quality and animal performance; however, they are not replacements for good management practices........
     

  • Can Silage Innoculants Stand the Test of Time Silage is a forage crop preserved by "pickling" in acid. By packing the crop tightly into a silo and excluding oxygen, plant sugars can be fermented into acid by anaerobic bacteria........
     

  • Forage Quality and it's effect on profitability The key to optimum milk production and higher profitability can be found in forage quality. Most dairy producers realize, to some extent, the impact that forage quality has on milk production and income over feed cost......

 

 

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