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.

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.

Dairy farmers want high yields of milk with excellent compositional quality produced from healthy and fertile cows. Feeding a proven, balanced combination of fatty acids can help achieve all of these.

Omega cream is a unique combination of rumen-inert essential fatty acids derived from highly digestible fatty acids, C16:0 fatty acid, omega 3 oils from marine sources, specially formulated for cows in early lactation.

It increases overall energy supply by providing essential fatty acids plus C16:0 fatty acid to boost milk yield and butterfat content. The addition of C18:1 fatty acid in the blend increases the overall feed efficiency ensuring cows make the most of the total diet.

The inclusion of glycerine has a direct effect on fatty acid digestion and absorption. It is also an efficient precursor of glucose, the most important energy source for milking cows. Feeding glycerine helps reduce body condition loss in early lactation and helps get cows cycling sooner.

Omega Cream is also high in the essential Omega 3 fatty acids EPA and DHA. As they are from marine sources they are the most effective source of omega 3 available. These oils have a number of beneficial effects.

The first is that they are known to have a direct effect on fertility, ensuring higher quality follicles, leading to stronger eggs which result in increased bulling activity. They also reduce prostaglandin and increase progesterone. This leads to reduced embryo losses and increased pregnancy rates. The second is that they help boost the immune system and improve overall health and efficiency which can also improve fertility.

Talking at the recent Total Dairy conference, Dr Paul Fricke from the University of Wisconsin explained that cows with clinical mastitis or high cell counts have poorer conception rates, so maintaining an effective immune system is vital if you want good fertility.

Omega Cream is designed to allow your cows to perform to their potential and deliver outstanding all round performance.

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