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New palm-free fat supplement increases milk yields and helps lower carbon footprint

Launch of envirolac has the potential to transform dairy sector performance and enhance sustainability credentials

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New palm-free fat supplement increases milk yields and helps lower carbon footprint

Launch of envirolac has the potential to transform dairy sector performance and enhance sustainability credentials

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UK Heatwave: Protecting dairy herds from heat stress

As the dry weather period continues across the UK, it’s not only heat stress that our industry needs to contend with. According to the latest report by GrassWatch, grass growth rates are falling and are well below the last 6-year average.

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Precision feeding can help extend grazing period

Technical Manager, Mike Chown, explains how dairy farmers can increase milk from forage and achieve margins through precision feeding.

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Palm-free fat supplementation research results revealed at DairyTech 2022

Results have the potential to transform dairy sector performance and sustainability credentials

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UFAC-UK announces CIEL supported ruminant research partnership project with University of Nottingham

Nutrition and supplement company UFAC-UK has partnered with the University of Nottingham for a CIEL supported research project…

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UFAC-UK joins forces with the industry to help promote sustainability of dairy farming

It is anticipated UK agriculture will come under the spotlight at COP26, which is why it is important to shout about the good work the dairy industry is doing to reduce emissions from what is already quite a low level.

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Key component of bull ration helps achieve top price

A high energy fat supplement is one of the key components of the bull ration that has brought pedigree Limousin breeder Ian and Wendy Callion’s season to a head, with the achievement of top price at the British Limousin Cattle Society’s summer sale at Borderway Mart…

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Palm-free alternative for optimum dairy performance

With the drastic fall in air pollution during the COVID-19 lockdown, while farming has effectively ‘carried on as normal’, the public perception is changing and farming is increasingly being seen as part of the solution to mitigating climate change, rather than the biggest contributor.

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Optimising milk from forage in order to increase margins requires precision feeding

“With plenty of forage on most farms this year of variable quality, it provides an ideal opportunity to increase margins by ensuring optimal DMI of available forages, hence increased milk from forage.”

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Don’t compromise dairy performance by underestimating mycotoxin contamination

Production drops and compromised performance will be inevitable if dairy farmers fail to address the impact of mycotoxin contamination in animal feeds, warns nutritional supplement manufacturer UFAC-UK.

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New palm-free fat supplement increases milk yields and helps lower carbon footprint

Launch of envirolac has the potential to transform dairy sector performance and enhance sustainability credentials

By UFAC in Latest News

Row of cows eating food

UK Heatwave: Protecting dairy herds from heat stress

As the dry weather period continues across the UK, it’s not only heat stress that our industry needs to contend with. According to the latest report by GrassWatch, grass growth rates are falling and are well below the last 6-year average.

By UFAC in Latest News

Five dairy cows grazing in a field on a sunny day

Precision feeding can help extend grazing period

Technical Manager, Mike Chown, explains how dairy farmers can increase milk from forage and achieve margins through precision feeding.

By UFAC in Latest News

Seven brown cows feeding on grass in a field

Palm-free fat supplementation research results revealed at DairyTech 2022

Results have the potential to transform dairy sector performance and sustainability credentials

By UFAC in Latest News

Head and shoulers shot of man smiling, Robert Jones, UFAC.

UFAC-UK announces CIEL supported ruminant research partnership project with University of Nottingham

Nutrition and supplement company UFAC-UK has partnered with the University of Nottingham for a CIEL supported research project…

By UFAC in Latest News

Head and shoulers shot of man smiling, Nigel Bateson, UFAC.

UFAC-UK joins forces with the industry to help promote sustainability of dairy farming

It is anticipated UK agriculture will come under the spotlight at COP26, which is why it is important to shout about the good work the dairy industry is doing to reduce emissions from what is already quite a low level.

By UFAC in Latest News

Large male orange cow. Standing in front of Harrison and Hetherington backdrop.

Key component of bull ration helps achieve top price

A high energy fat supplement is one of the key components of the bull ration that has brought pedigree Limousin breeder Ian and Wendy Callion’s season to a head, with the achievement of top price at the British Limousin Cattle Society’s summer sale at Borderway Mart…

By UFAC in Latest News

Two cows beside UFAC dynalac product.

Palm-free alternative for optimum dairy performance

With the drastic fall in air pollution during the COVID-19 lockdown, while farming has effectively ‘carried on as normal’, the public perception is changing and farming is increasingly being seen as part of the solution to mitigating climate change, rather than the biggest contributor.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Optimising milk from forage in order to increase margins requires precision feeding

“With plenty of forage on most farms this year of variable quality, it provides an ideal opportunity to increase margins by ensuring optimal DMI of available forages, hence increased milk from forage.”

By UFAC in Latest News

Line of cows being milked by milking machine.

Don’t compromise dairy performance by underestimating mycotoxin contamination

Production drops and compromised performance will be inevitable if dairy farmers fail to address the impact of mycotoxin contamination in animal feeds, warns nutritional supplement manufacturer UFAC-UK.

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Getting supplementation right improves dairy efficiency, performance and profitability

Given the variable quality of forage on dairy farms this year, getting supplementation right is key.

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UFAC-UK appoints Richard Lapthorne as part of exciting development plans

UFAC-UK has appointed Richard Lapthorne as Northern Business Manager, in the latest stage of a client-focused restructuring that is transforming the customer-supplier dynamic.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Pre-tupping advice

Now is the right time to undertake annual pre-tupping checks to ensure everything is set-up correctly for successful pregnancies and births, with a focus ultimately looking at the numbers of lambs sold, rather than the number born.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Balancing fatty acids

There are many and varied beef feeding systems, but they should all have clear aims of generating maximum profit and meeting market requirements.

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Challenging the feeds calibration conundrum

A science-led approach to dairy diets relies on the accurate measurement of true energy and protein values, to achieve a sustainable and profitable future.

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British Dairying

Gloucestershire producers Richard and Neil Robinson believe the key to maintaining performance from their 200 head herd is paying close attention to what the cows are telling them and fine tuning the diet.

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Farmers Guardian v4 – Understanding energy values

If precision is key to cost-effective milk production, understanding the true energy values of fats will underpin building a successful diet for healthy, fertile dairy cows.

By UFAC in Latest News

Poultry World – Algae

The majority of health organisations across the world recommend a minimum daily intake of 200mg of Omega-3 in our diets for healthy adults, but with a growing population of over seven billion people, demand is at an all-time high…

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ETN – Omega-3

The health benefits of feeding omega-3 fatty acids are widely accepted in many species, and with research into equine diets increasing, fatty acids are recognised as a positive source of dietary energy for horses, and the nutritional advantages are indisputable.

By UFAC in Latest News

Sustainable feed source helps dairy sector adapt to consumer environmental demands

Consumer pressure is dictating how livestock farmers, particularly in the dairy sector, are managing diets, and overall feed management systems, to meet growing environmental concerns.

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Think value not price when planning for spring turnout

With many dairy units now looking to turn out cows as soon as possible to help boost margins, farmers should be focused on ensuring cows perform to their optimum to get best returns, rather than cutting corners, urges nutritional supplement manufacturer UFAC-UK.

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UFAC-UK appoints James Hastings-Molyneux to new look management team

UK nutritional supplement manufacturer and supplier to the animal feed industry, UFAC-UK has appointed James Hastings-Molyneux as Area Business Manager…

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Sustainable protein source offers viable alternative to soybean meal and fishmeal in pig diets

Environmental impacts and difficulties of sourcing soybean meal and fishmeal for use in pig feeds can be mitigated with a speciality vegetable protein concentrate, providing an effective, viable and sustainable alternative for pig diets.

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No palm products? No problem

With some retailers already banning the use of palm oil and its derivatives in feeds for their dairy producers, farmers must seek alternative options to help maintain productivity in herds without them, warns nutritional supplement manufacturer UFAC-UK.

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Optimising milk from forage to increase margins requires precision feeding

Latest Trouw Nutrition silage watch indicators suggest dairy farmers have an ideal opportunity to increase milk margins by applying precision feeding, according to nutritional supplement manufacturer UFAC-UK.

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Increase milk from forage through precision feeding

The promotion of efficient use of grass by precision feeding can help dairy producers increase milk from forage, with high purchased feed prices putting pressure on margins, explains nutritional supplement manufacturer UFAC-UK.

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Precision key to cost effective milk production

If precision is key to cost-effective milk production, understanding the true energy values of fats will underpin building a successful diet for healthy, fertile dairy cows, explains nutritional supplement manufacturer UFAC-UK.

By UFAC in Latest News

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High purchased feed costs providing an opportunity to increase margins

Rising purchased feed costs are providing an ideal opportunity to increase margins, by ensuring optimal DMI of available forages, therefore increasing milk from forage, explains nutritional supplement manufacturer UFAC-UK.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Feed Conversion Efficiency (FCE)

As part of having a sustainable UK beef industry, it is critical that beef production maximises feed conversion efficiency (FCE), while enhancing fertility and health and using environmentally responsible and sustainable feeds, explains nutritional supplement manufacturer UFAC-UK.

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Correct fatty acids and protein levels critical to ewe management in post-lambing period

With lambing season drawing to a close across most of the country, focus now moves to on-going ewe management, to maintain ewe health, protein and energy levels during the critical post-lambing period.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Broad-spectrum binder provides effective response to mycotoxin challenge

Production drops and compromised performance will be inevitable if dairy farmers fail to address the impact of mycotoxin contamination in animal feeds, warns nutritional supplement manufacturer UFAC-UK.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Corbion and UFAC-UK Ltd Expand Distribution of Omega-3 Rich Microalgae Ingredient

AMSTERDAM – 4th February 2021 – Corbion, the global market leader in algae ingredients for use in animal feed, announces the expansion of AlgaPrime™ DHA to animal feed markets in the UK and Ireland.  AlgaPrime DHA is a clean and sustainable source of omega-3s produced using algae.

By UFAC in Latest News

Efficiency key to cost effective dairy diets

The increased use of palm-based C16 fatty acids in biofuel production, combined with rising shipping costs from the Far East, is putting extreme price pressure on its use as a fat supplement in dairy diets, but efficiency measures can help mitigate cost rises, according to nutritional supplement manufacturer UFAC-UK.

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UFAC-UK appoints Nigel Bateson as National Sales Manager

UK nutritional supplement manufacturer and supplier to the animal feed industry, UFAC-UK has appointed Nigel Bateson to the role of National Sales Manager as part of a client-focused corporate restructuring that is transforming the customer-supplier dynamic.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Balancing energy sources to maintain dairy herd health and fertility

Balancing the correct choice of energy sources and buffer feeding will be key to optimising dairy herd productivity, advises nutritional supplement manufacturer UFAC-UK, in the light of seasonal lower grass yields.

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Balanced fatty acids best for butterfats

Over the mid-April to late July period, butterfat is typically 0.2% below the winter average.

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Get cows off to the best possible start with Utopia

It is impossible to overstate the importance of attention to detail in the transition period.

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Meeting the cow’s requirements

Is it possible to feed one fat supplement to cows milked as a single group as requirements vary with the stage of lactation? UFACs David Bonsall explains how Supa-Cream fits the bill.

By UFAC in Latest News

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There are alternatives to palm oil

Dynalac is the UK’s leading palmfree fat supplement.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Don’t let SARA drain performance

UFAC-UKs David Bonsall advises keeping a close watch for the signs of Sub-Acute Ruminal Acidosis (SARA) this winter to maximise performance and margins.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Take control in the battle against mycotoxins

Mycotoxins remain a major cause of lost production in dairy herds. When problems occur it is essential to take action quickly to reduce the impact.

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Getting energy supply right will be crucial

We asked UFAC-UKs Mike Chown for his assessment of the winter so far and the prospects moving forward.

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How well are your silages delivering this winter?

Despite excellent stocks and reports of encouraging feed quality, many farmers are reporting that grass silages are not milking as well as expected.

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Fatty acids crucial for robot success

Ensuring outside rations are balanced with the optimum sources of fatty acids will help improve performance in robotic milking systems according to Mark Townsend from UFAC.

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Increasing beef throughput

UFAC’s David Bonsall says adding fatty acids to the diets of rearing and finishing beef cattle can increase returns and boost unit throughput by around 9%.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Help stop your cows being radiators on hot days

Heat stress can be a real drain on dairy cow performance.

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Introducing Utopia, the next generation unique dairy cow supplement

Getting transition and early lactation cows off to the best start requires close attention to their nutritional requirements, and the same goes for high yielders in the opinion of Mike Chown from UFAC.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Use milk records to drive efficiency at grazing

Making full use of the individual cow fatty acid profiles on your milk records can help keep cows milking well when out at grass.

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Feeding fats to beef delivers excellent returns

For beef producers, achieving the twin goals of adequate carcase finish and target weight in the optimum time is a major driver of profitability.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Good fertility key to production efficiency

Getting cows in calf quickly is even more challenging.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Supplement with fatty acids to increase butterfats at grass

Dairy cows at grazing will need supplementation with fatty acids if butterfats and milk prices are to be maintained as UFAC UKs Mark Townsend explains.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Supa-cream helps drive high quality milk

UFAC-UK’s new product Supa-Cream is already making a big impact.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Use milk records to boost fresh calvers

NMR and CIS milk records contains a wealth of information to help you improve fresh cow performance.

By UFAC in Latest News

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What can your cows tell you about the diet?

Spending a few minutes looking critically at your cows and using Cow Signals can tell you a lot about the diet.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Balance fats for optimum performance

A better understanding of the role of fats in dairy diets means we can more precisely balance the supply of fatty acids to ensure higher performance.

By UFAC in Latest News

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​​How are your fresh calvers really performing?

Getting fresh cows settled into lactation is a high priority but how do you decide how well they are doing and what actions may need to be taken to improve performance?

By UFAC in Latest News

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Wrong fat supplementation can reduce butterfat – milk revenue

Optimising milk quality is essential if milk prices are to be maximised. UFAC UK Technical Manager Joe Magadi warns that feeding an inappropriate source of fatty acids in an attempt to boost overall energy intakes can have a negative effect on butterfat production.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Choose fats for early lactation carefully

Fats can play a significant role in the diets of early lactation cows, helping get them settled into lactation.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Meet cow’s needs for amino acid to drive milk protein

Ensuring fresh calved cows have an adequate supply of essential amino acids is vital if cows are to produce milk with high milk protein content to maximise milk price.

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Feeding to improve butterfats this spring and summer

A better understanding of how butterfat is produced makes it possible to feed cows more successfully for higher milk quality.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Be prepared for heat stress

we don’t need a heat wave before heat stress will start to compromise cow performance.

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Milk protein the key to better prices

With milk prices in decline, it is vital to do all you can to maximise the price received under the milk contract.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Omega 3 supplement increases ET conception rates

Using Omega 3 Supplement has helped one of the UK’s foremost Limousin herds achieved improved success with ET.

By UFAC in Latest News

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​​Understanding true energy value of fats

Formulating the most cost- effective diet relies on an accurate assessment of the energy content of feeds.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Milk records – your monitor of fatty acid efficiency

If you are going to assess how effectively your diet is supplying the key fatty acids, you need to know where to look.

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Look beyond headline figures to make most of silage

Maximising production from silage will be a key objective this winter.

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Balanced supplementation for performance increase

In twelve months, Charlie Morris from Edgeborough Farm near Taunton has put 800 litres on his rolling yield per cow

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Understanding fats – unravelling the fatty acid maze

For years, dairy farmers have been encouraged to add fats to their diets, primarily as a way to improve energy density and increase production.

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UFAC – The pioneers of balanced fatty acid supply

Precision is the key to cost-effective milk production from healthy, fertile dairy cows.

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Feed balanced fatty acids for efficient healthy cows

Fatty acids play a vital role in making cows as efficient as possible, maximising cost- effective production while keeping them healthy and fertile.

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Omega cream delivers all round benefits

Feeding a proven balanced source of rumen inert fatty acids can help improve all the key measures of dairy performance and boost the immune system.

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Still making progress four years on

In the first issue of Feed 4 Thought we visited the Robinson’s who farm near Tewkesbury and who had seen big benefits from fine tuning their system.

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Time to look beyond total oil

For too long, the fat content in diets has been assessed based on total oil content, but paying closer attention to the actual fatty acids in the diet will help improve feed efficiency and performance, as Mike Chown from UFAC-UK explains.

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Megajule helps improve beef finish

“To improve margins it will be essential to ensure animals finish quickly and hit the specification for age, weight and fat class. Diet is fundamental to achieving these.”

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Cows grazing in a field

Butterfat yield not percent should be target when cows are on spring grass

UFAC- UK National Sales Manager Mike Chown advises caution before following processor pressure to increase butterfat percent.

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Don’t let fertility fall away at grass

Swapping a straight oil product for one containing a balance of oils including omega 3’s EPA & DHA will help improve dairy cow fertility.

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Check list for good rumen health, efficency and profitability

The rumen is the engine of cost-effective milk production.

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New rationing system will bring major benefits

Farmers can now ration their cows with a system which will allow increased precision in diet formulation.

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Correct oil balance will drive fertility

Swapping a straight oil product for one containing a balance of oils including the essential omega 3 oils from marine will help improve fertility this winter according to Mike Chown, National Sales Manager with UFAC-UK.

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Cow print

Managing energy balance in transition cows

The 30 days immediately before and after calving have a huge influence over total lactation performance.

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Understanding true energy value of fats

Formulating the most cost-effective diet relies on an accurate assessment of the energy content of feeds.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Take a new look at milk records

Many farmers are considering quitting milk recording, questioning the value when all costs are coming under closer scrutiny.

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Immune system glucose demand will hit yields

Mark Townsend from UFAC-UK explains how immune system responses can hit milk yields.

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Correct fat balance will improve feed efficiency

New research shows that paying close attention to the fat content of the diet can have a big impact on overall feed efficiency.

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Correct fat choice crucial for optimum performance

Taking time to choose the best fat product for your system will have a big impact on performance, health, fertility and, most importantly margins this summer.

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Think value not price​​

UFAC-UK Sales Manager Mike Chown believes farmers need to change the way they assess how they select feed inputs this spring.

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Don’t let SARA reduce grazing performance

Sub-Acute Rumen Acidosis (SARA) is most commonly associated with cows on winter diets, but as Joe Magadi, UFAC-UK Technical Manager explains it can have a significant impact on performance at grass too.

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Quality ingredients = efficient production

With every dairy farmer looking to improve efficiency to increase margins and reduce production costs, we asked Philip Vernon, UFAC-UK Business Manager in the South East for his thoughts on how to drive feed efficiency.

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Marine mentality for modern diets

UFAC-UK Sales Manager Mike Chown suggests feeding cows with omega 3s from marine sources will help improve efficiency by capturing some of the familiar benefits of fishmeal.

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Hitting butterfat target aids milk price

Achieving and maintaining butterfat levels is a key concern for Paul Newland, who manages a herd of 185 high yielding cows at Bromham House Farm near Chippenham.

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Feed optimum fats and oils for efficient healthy cows

Fats and oils have a vital role to play this winter to help cows be as efficient as possible: maximising cost-effective production while keeping them healthy and fertile.

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Feed essential oils to reduce foot ulcer risk

Making sure cows receive enough essential fatty acids can help reduce the losses associated with sole ulcers, according to Mark Townsend from UFAC UK.

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Fish oils for fertility efficiency

Feeding rumen- inert fish oils is the most effective way to supply the readily available omega 3 oils cows require for better fertility as David Turnbull from UFAC UK describes.

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Focus on energy sources to drive efficient milk production

Glucogenic energy is set to become a key measure in effective dairy diet formulation as Mike Chown from UFAC UK explains.

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Feeding to improve butter fats this summer

Increasing milk quality, specifically butterfats is about the only option open to dairy farmers to positively influence milk price in the short term.

By UFAC in Latest News

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Essential oils will help fertility

You will need fresh calved cows to make the most of improving milk prices, and this means you need to focus on fertility now, according to David Turnbull from UFAC UK.

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Glycerene can unlock summer performance

Adding glycerene, a rumen- inert source of glycerol, to diets could help improve performance this summer as UFAC’s Mark Townsend explains.

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Fresh cow management changes reduce ketosis risk

Fine tuning management with a particular focus on the fresh calved group is paying dividends for Tim Miller from Crib House Farm, Stalbridge in Dorset.

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Ensure you are feeding the correct fat this winter

Many dairy farmers are considering using fats in diets this winter to help complement lower energy grass silages and to potentially boost butterfat percent.

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Feed smarter to make most of silage

This winter many dairy farmers are faced with poor quality, variable silage. UFAC’s David Turnbull considers the options for making best use of it.

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Fats Demystified

Joe Magadi from UFAC UK answers some questions to try and help you in making a choice about fat supplements.

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DON’T FEED OMEGA 3 TO COWS…until you speak to UFAC UK

There is considerable interest in feeding products containing omega 3 oils to dairy cows. But the message from Mike Chown of UFAC UK is make sure you choose the right product as there are big differences between omega 3 sources.

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UFAC UK Say Thank You for 25 years of Support

UFAC UK recently said goodbye to Syd Blenkharn who has been distributing our products for over 25 years, serving farmers in Cumbria and Lancashire. Syd has seen the highs and lows of the farming community, but has enjoyed massive support from his customers throughout these times.

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UFAC UK Past, Present and Future

UFAC has become a force in ruminant nutrition developing innovative products to help farmers meet new challenges.

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Galaxy: Boost fertility and milk yield

Improving fertility is an important objective on all dairy farms. New research shows that feeding long- chain Ω-3 fatty acids can give fertility a boost.

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Cows feeding in a barn

Fine tuning drives performance from a simple system

Gloucestershire producers Richard and Neil Robinson believe the key to maintaining performance from their 200 head herd is paying close attention to what the cows were telling them and fine tuning the diet.

By UFAC in Latest News

One cow standing in a field

Quality training – the foundation for the future

The course, conducted by Edwin Snow of Edwin Snow Quality Solutions Ltd., equips the participants to monitor and audit the quality system used to ensure both products and services supplied from UFAC UK.

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New palm-free fat supplement increases milk yields and helps lower carbon footprint

By UFAC in Latest News

Row of cows eating food

UK Heatwave: Protecting dairy herds from heat stress

By UFAC in Latest News

Five dairy cows grazing in a field on a sunny day

Precision feeding can help extend grazing period

By UFAC in Latest News

Seven brown cows feeding on grass in a field

Palm-free fat supplementation research results revealed at DairyTech 2022

By UFAC in Latest News

Head and shoulers shot of man smiling, Robert Jones, UFAC.

UFAC-UK announces CIEL supported ruminant research partnership project with University of Nottingham

By UFAC in Latest News

Head and shoulers shot of man smiling, Nigel Bateson, UFAC.

UFAC-UK joins forces with the industry to help promote sustainability of dairy farming

By UFAC in Latest News

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Key component of bull ration helps achieve top price

By UFAC in Latest News

Two cows beside UFAC dynalac product.

Palm-free alternative for optimum dairy performance

By UFAC in Latest News

milk splashing

Optimising milk from forage in order to increase margins requires precision feeding

By UFAC in Latest News

Line of cows being milked by milking machine.

Don’t compromise dairy performance by underestimating mycotoxin contamination

By UFAC in Latest News


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