PowerPak is specially formulated to provide the right ingredients at the most effective levels.1,2

PowerPak is a real game-changer. It’s the perfect solution to give your power hitters instant and residual energy to quickly return to peak production.

And that’s a home run for the health of your herd… and your profitability.

PowerPak is ideal for cows during sickness, at calving, and during times of reduced intake:1,2

  • Helps raise blood calcium and magnesium levels
  • Minimizes body fat mobilization
  • Restores lost electrolytes
  • Stimulates rumen microbial growth
  • Helps maintain liver health

PowerPak is the ONLY drench that includes optimized amounts of three key ingredients:1


Provides energy to support the demands of lactation1


Supplies a nutritious source of soluble protein to support rumen bacteria growth and provide energy1,3,4


A hydrolyzed yeast culture that provides a consistent supply of mannan oligosaccharides (MOS) and other metabolites to support stressed animals5

Ready… Set… Drench!
See our simple, step-by-step video on proper drench technique, demonstrated by Dr. Joe Bender.
Calves need added nutrition and protection against disease to ensure healthy growth.


1. Currin J. Fluid therapy for sick cows: To pump or not to pump. Virginia Tech. Dairy Pipeline. October 2007. Available at: http://www.sites.ext.vt.edu/newsletter-archive/dairy/2007-10/FluidTherapy.html. Accessed: 7/19/17.

2. Hutjens M. Drenching fresh cows. University of Illinois. Illinois Livestock Trail, April 2002. Available at: http://livestocktrail.illinois.edu/dairynet/paperDisplay.cfm?ContentID=636. Accessed: 7/6/17.

3. Puch H. Rumen bugs 101—feeding the microbes, not just the cow. Progressive Cattleman. December 2016. Available at: http://www.progressivecattle.com/topics/feed-nutrition/7611-rumen-bugs-101-feeding-the-microbes-not-just-the-cow. Accessed: 7/10/17.

4. Newell R. Alfalfa still reigns in dairy diets, but watch for surplus RDP. Progressive Dairyman. February 2015. Available at: http://www.progressivedairy.com/topics/feed-nutrition/alfalfa-still-reigns-in-dairy-diets-but-watch-for-surplus-rdp. Accessed: 7/10/17.

5. Hilyses Data Sheet. Available at: http://www.hilyses.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/20161107-Hilyses-Data-Sheet.pdf. Accessed: 8/11/17.