Hay Waste

Lowering hay waste reduces the cost of feeding livestock. It also means that less hay needs to be transported, stored, fed out, and, if wasted, cleaned up

Creep Feeding

Rapid development of the rumen from the first few weeks of age allows young livestock to grow faster and convert pasture into growth from a younger age

Excess Protein

Supplementing grains to livestock grazing pastures high in protein manages the excess ammonia in the rumen and prevents energy wastage leading to lower production

High Moisture Pastures

Fully utilising pasture that is high in moisture that usually occurs in a feed gap leads to a higher carrying capacity and higher farm income

Dry Feed Supplementation

Feeding little and often supports the productive and efficient operation of the rumen. This leads to less supplement being fed and livestock being more productive

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