Dynalac M & S

The proven fat supplement to boost milk yields

Introduction to the Product

ABOUT DYNALAC M & S

 

Dynalac M&S is a product based on Dynalac but without marine oil suitable for farmers supplying M&S. Ensuring adequate energy intakes and supplying the essential fatty acids that cows need are the bedrock of efficient milk production. Dynalac M & S is a carefully formulated blend of fatty acids derived from highly digestible oils to give a highly palatable free flowing meal, ideal for incorporation in all dairy diets, regardless of stage of lactation which ensures cows milk to their potential by:

• Increasing overall energy supply

• Supplying the essential fatty acids that cows have to receive via the diet

• Complementing high forage diets

• Reducing the risk of fatty livers

 

Together these mean:
• Improved intakes
• Higher milk yields
• Reduced body condition score losses
• Greater reproductive efficiency
• Lower levels of SARA
• Healthier, more profitable cows

Typical daily feed rates

 

Dairy Cows 300-750grams/head/day

 

Dynalac M & S Analysis

 

Typical analysis (FW)

Dry matter (%) 94
Oil (%) 50
Protein (%) 1.8
Fibre (%) 22.5
Ash (%) 4.2
Sugar (%) 0.3
ME (MJ/kgDM) 27

For further information relating to Dynalac M&S please contact our technical department on 01780460327 or technical@ufacuk.com

Features & Benefits

 

Feature Benefit
Contains soft highly digestible oils Increases energy utilisation so reducing risk of body condition loss
Contains the essential fatty acids  C18:2 & C18:3 Maximise milk yield & cow health
Rumen inert high energy Maximizes milk production from forages and increases energy density of diet
Highly Palatable Increases total DMI and energy intake

For further information relating to Dynalac M&S please contact our technical department on 01780460327 or technical@ufacuk.com

Fatty Acid Profile

Dynalac M & S fatty acid profile

 

C14:0 Myristic 0.8% C18:2 Linoleic 14.4%
C16:0 Palmitic 12.7% C18:3 Linolenic 4.9%
C18:0 Stearic 14.7%
C18:1 Oleic 34.7%

 

 

Variation in fatty acid profile comes from the raw materials themselves and the need to compensate for ambient temperatures.

For further information relating to Dynalac M&S please contact our technical department on 01780460327 or technical@ufacuk.com

Further Information

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Trials & Downloads

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