Dairy Feeds

Our diets are all course ground, giving a larger particle size which releases nutrients slowly in the rumen, enhancing performance and reducing the risk of acidosis.

With a range of starch, fibre and grazing diets, we have a ration to suit your every need. To support your individual requirements we are also able to create you a bespoke diet.

 

High Fibre Diets

Golden Churn

Our fighting diet, consisting of high inclusion of barley and wheatfeed. Also contains molasses and cal mag. Protein level 13-17%

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Buttermax

Sugar beet based.
Extremely cow friendly enabling optimisation of the rumen.
Produces high quality milk at high yields. Protein 14-24%

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Creamfield

New and improved formulation to include Novatan to aid the digestion of protein in the rumen.

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Large protein range so you can stay on the same cake all year. Protein: 13-17%

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West Country

Suitable for grazing rations and to compliment high starch TMRs. Protein 14-25%

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HDF

Formulated to promote butterfat while cows are at grass. Low oil content. Suitable for all grazing systems. Protein 14-20%

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High Starch Diets

Max Pro

Contains wheat, barley and maize for sustained energy release.
Maize supplies bypass starch to increase milk yield and protein.
Soya and sugar beet for bypass protein and chemical fibre. Protein 14-24%

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Devonian / Kernow

High in maize grain to supply bypass starch for increased milk production and milk protein. Protein 16-21%

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Reaper

Ideal for balancing forages.
A good balance of effective starch and digestible fibre sources. Protein 16-21%

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Glycogenic

The ideal ration to combat wet silages.
Maize supplies bypass starch to increase milk yield and protein.
Soya and sugar beet for bypass protein and chemical fibre. Protein 15-23%

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