Fewer Hay Days. Better Pay Days.
What’s the ROI of shortening the step-up period with Lactipro?
Studies conducted in Kansas and Colorado, involving 9,107 cattle, demonstrated that shortening the step-up period resulted in fewer tons of step-up diets and total feed consumed.
Key findings (per thousand head):
- 121 fewer tons of step-up rations fed.
- 36 fewer tons of total feed — including 33 tons of roughage — consumed
What if you could increase the Mega e population faster?
What do Lactipro customers say?
- Danny HerrmannOWNER-MANAGER, FORD COUNTY FEEDYARD
1Assuming a feed cost of $425/ton.