Average daily milk production (kg/day/cow)
Starting 2 weeks before expected calving 10g/day/animal.
In the period of first 100 days of lactation 15g/day/animal.
For therapeutic purposes a dosage of 30-50g/day/animal is recommended.
Undersanding that the milk production is potentially dependent on the compound feed consumption it is practical to mix 2kg of live sacc into 1 mt of concentrated feed.
Packaging: 25kg polyethylene sck and paper box. Five layer paper sack. Vacuum packaging also avaiblible on request.
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