What do cows need?


Various farm trials have shown high levels of calcium propionate to be the key ingredient for providing both energy and calcium to fresh cows.

Providing 100 to 150 grams of calcium from calcium propionate lowers the risk of milk fever and reduces the symptoms of subclinical hypocalcaemia, including depressed immune system, poor muscle tone, and higher incidences of displaced abomasum (DA).

The energy available from this amount of calcium propionate helps lower the risk of ketosis and related disorders.