Liquid feed supplement with niacin, propylene glycol and vitamins for cows and heifers after calving.
According to VO (EG) 1829/2003 free of genetically modified microorganisms.
AGRIDrench Niacin for a perfect start of lactation after calving.
Prevents energy deficiency after calving.
Lowers the risk of ketosis.
Contains fast available niacin.
Contains propylene glycol as a starting energy.
Contains vitamin B-complex to increase appetite.
Ensures a healthy start of lactation.
Rapid absorption trough the “Drench”-Method.
Approximately 3 to 4 weeks after calving the cow again reaches the maximum milk production, however, the maximum feed intake is achieved after 6 to 9 weeks. Precisely in these
weeks of lactation it may cause problems in the metabolism; a situation called a negative energy balance. The cow is now trying to compensate for this nutritional gap by
reducing the body's own reserves. Especially high yielding cows, which are in a negative energy balance, tend to develop ketosis (metabolic disorder).
What are the possible consequences of ketosis?
Reduced feed intake, weight loss, fatty liver, fertility problems, retained placenta, increased risk to a displaced abomasum, hoof diseases, degradation of performance, high
treatment costs and in many cases loss of dairy.
How do I recognize a ketosis?
No appetite, rapid weight loss, low milk yield, aceton smell, inertia and incoordination, nervous behaviour or by examinate blood, urine or milk.
Approximately 30% of all fresh lactating animals suffer from subclinical ketosis and about 3% suffer from clinical ketosis. Breeds with a high milk yield become ill more often.
Helpful measures to prevent ketosis:
Offer high quality feed (avoid fat feed in particular in the last third of lactation).
Provide feed with an appropriate energy and nutrient care.
Offer specific preparation feeding (with performance-related protein-energy ratio).
Achieve optimal body condition at drying off (BCS from 3,25 to 3,75).
Drenche energy drinks (AGRIDrench Niacin) after calving.
AGRIDrench Niacin is an energy drink that contains both niacin and propylene glycol as well as a vitamin B complex. Precisely this vitamin B complex ensures
the stimulation of appetite and thus boosts its own metabolism.
Feeding 200 ml AGRIDrench Niacin at the following features:
All fatter animals: 10 days before calving.
High performance animals: immediately after calving, and then 3 days once a day.
Young animals: immediately after calving, and then 3 days once a day.
All animals, whose appetite must be stimulated.
If required, the application can be repeated. CAUTION: Please ensure that there is a swallowing reflex!
AGRIDrench Niacin is available in 5 liter containers.
With the drench method the drenchgun is inserted between the cheeks and the molar teeth into the so-called oral vestibule.
This way the solution (AGRIDrench Calcium, AGRIDrench Niacin or
CCDrench™) directly flows behind the tongue into the esophagus so the cow cannot taste it.
This ensures a stress-free and easy administration of forage supplements to animals.
Advantages of the drench method:
No irritation caused by the taste.
Less risk of choking.
No risk for the solution to flow into the lungs.
SUGGESTION: before inserting the gun into the cow's mouth, warm up the copper tube in warm water in order to not scare or irritate the cow!