Nutritional solution for steaming up/close up group which contributes to the anion strategy goals achievement in a balanced and protracted way and prevents clinical and subclinical hypocalcemia
DCADD – NUTRITIONAL SOLUTION FOR STEAMING UP/CLOSE UP GROUP WHICH CONTRIBUTES TO THE ANION STRATEGY GOALS ACHIEVEMENT IN A BALANCED AND PROTRACTED WAY AND PREVENTS CLINICAL AND SUBCLINICAL HYPOCALCEMIA
Hypocalcaemia prevention in dairy cows is the priority objective for all those involved in cattle nutrition. A correct technical approach in the steaming up/close up phase must necesarily limit the “metabolic alkalosis” incidence that is the priority critical factor of hypocalcemia at calving. This goal is achieved often resorting to anionic salts use in order to acidify the steaming up ration and lower the overall DCAD of the ration itself (anionic strategy).
THE ANION STRATEGY’s LIMITS
Excessive acidification of prepartum TMR induces “metabolic acidosis” predisposing the cow to dry matter ingestion reduction (-15%, Lopera et al 2006).
GRANDA TEAM’S ANSWER WITH TRANSITION 4.0 PROGRAM:
Use a specific solution for the close-up/steaming up group (-20 days before calving) which contributes to achieving anion strategy’s goals in a balanced and protracted way, thanks to a neutral effect on the final product palatability and therefore without interference on Dry Matter ingestion capacity. Approximately 80% of Magnesium and Chlorine release occurs at the abomasal/intestinal level with effective DCAD equal to -5140 meQ/kg tq, thus allowing to obtain a targeted and effective action.
GRANDA TEAM’S DCADD SOLUTION ACTS WITH THE FOLLOWING OBJECTIVES:
REDUCED DISSOLUTION IN THE PHARYNGEAL ORAL SEAT (PH 6)
REDUCED DISSOLUTION AND BY-PASS EFFECT IN THE RUMEN
REACHING AND RELEASE OF ACID PH SALTS (ABOMASUS AND DUODENUM)