April 09, 2015

09/04/2015: Breakthrough in transition feeding dairy cows

Finally there is a solution to the challenges faced during the transition phase of high-yielding cows. During the transition phase and early lactation period, dairy cows are subjected to increased stress. Health maintenance and the prevention of negative effects to long-term performance are serious challenges for dairy farms.

A series of trials has been carried out at the Hofgut Neumühle trial facility as part of a cooperate research project between the University of Gießen and the University of Applied Sciences in Bingen. The results documented the positive impact of Anta®Ox in the transition phase of dairy cows. At the 69th Conference of the Society of Nutrition Physiology in Göttingen, Dr Denise Gessner presented the outstanding trial results:
http://www.dr-eckel.de/en/de/news/product-news/breakthrough-in-the-transition-feeding-of-dairy-cows-antarox/Just in time for the elimination of the milk quota, Dr Eckel’s Anta®Ox showed significantly less inflammation processes, decreased stress in the liver and an average increase in milk production of 3.6 kg per cow per day.

Learn more HERE.

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