PN Dairy Minerals

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PN Dairy Minerals - The beneficial effects of using high quality minerals like calcium silica, ( bentonite clays) Sea minerals, kelp, salt, vegetate minerals and diatomaceous earth (or natural silica) in dairy farming have been extensively researched and documented, and shows that they can have a significant positive impact in dairy farming, animal health, pasture quality and most importantly milk and butterfat production. The benefits of minerals in dairying  can be seen through increase, reduction in expenditure and the animals general wellbeing.

 

PN Dairy Minerals has beneficial effects:-

  1.  Increase in butter fat
  2.  Better animal health
  3.  Increased milk production
  4.  Better utilisation of feeds
  5.  Reduced input costs
  6.  Detoxification of oxalate grasses
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Milk and Butter Fat Production

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Research conducted by various independent organizations has shown that using diatomite optimal levels 5% as a feed supplement for dairy cows can increase milk production by up to 20% to 33%. Butterfat content is also positively influenced by optimal silica application with tests on dairy herds showing an increase of up to 66%.

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DAIRY TRIAL

FIELD REPORT - FREE CHOICE FEEDING TO DAIRY CATTLE, Dairy Herd Association Improvement Program, Hussey Farms, Litchfield Park, Arizona

Tests run on purebred Jersey dairy cows given free choice access to codex food-grade diatomaceous earth (DE). Average intake was three ounces per cow per day. After six months the following results were observed: Milk production in the test group increased over 20% with butterfat content remaining the same. Warbles problems came to an abrupt halt. Feed assimilation improved and fly problems were brought under control.

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Research Report, Private Farm Ulianovsk Region, Dr. Vladimir Matichenkov

An application of 40 grams per day per cow resulted in the following:

Increased in milk production from 9 litres per cow per day to 12 litres per cow per day (33% total increase)

Increase in butter fat from 3% to 5%

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DAIRY TRIAL

FIELD REPORT - FREE CHOICE FEEDING TO DAIRY CATTLE, Dairy Herd Association Improvement Program, Hussey Farms, Litchfield Park, Arizona

Tests run on purebred Jersey dairy cows given free choice access to codex food-grade diatomaceous earth (DE). Average intake was three ounces per cow per day. After six months the following results were observed: Milk production in the test group increased over 20% with butterfat content remaining the same. Warbles problems came to an abrupt halt. Feed assimilation improved and fly problems were brought under control

CONTACT INFORMATION

PARADISE NUTRIENTS
PO BOX 269
GATTON  QLD  4343

AUSTRALIA

PH: 1800 503 688

PH:  +61 7 5466 5801

WWW.PARADISENUTRIENTS.COM.AU

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