Initial concentrate (starter) of calves

The first food that can be used from the first week of birth in calf feeding, and its sweetness increases the calf consumption.

Advantages of using the starter include the possibility of early calving, rapid growth and rapid development of the digestive system and the readiness to enter the next stage, namely, lactation.

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Suggested recommendation guide

The average consumption of starter in the early days of feeding is about 50 grams and then increases. When the calf can consume 2,000 grams of starter for three consecutive days, the batch can be done and the starter can be continued until the 6th month of calving.

Compounds

Barley, Corn, Wheat Bran, All kinds of protein meal, Calcium carbonate, Magnesium oxide, Di-calcium phosphate, Salt, Milk complement, Complex B supplement, Probiotic

Special Concentrate For Milk Filling

This kind of product is designed for high production cows (with an average of more than 30 kg of milk per day) and is able to meet all the needs of keeping, growing, producing milk and reproduction.

Suggested recommendation guide
Generally, based on the quantity and quality of the average forage used per 1/2 to 2/7 kg of milk, 1 kg of this type of concentrate is recommended.

Compounds
Barley, maize, wheat bran, various protein meal, calcium carbonate, magnesium oxide, calcium, phosphate, salt, dairy cow, molasses, fatty powder, sodium bicarbonate and toxin binder.

Behparvar Milk Concentrate

This kind of product is designed to feed medium-sized cows (mean 25 to 28 kg milk per day) and can provide all the maintenance, growth and production requirements of lactating cows.

Suggested recommendation guide
On average, based on the quantity and quality of average fodder consumption, for every 2 to 2.5 kilograms, the production of this type of concentrate is needed for dairy cattle.

Compounds
Barley, Corn, Wheat bran, All kinds of protein meal, Calcium carbonate, Magnesium oxide, Salt, Milk powder, Fat powder, Molasses, Sodium bicarbonate, Toxin binder.

Behparvar Fattened Concentrate

This type of product is designed to feed calves and to increase the amount of growth and production of meat in this group of livestock.

Suggested recommendation guide
Generally, based on the quantity and quality of forage used per 100 kg of live weight, 5.1 to 75.1 kg of this type of concentrate is recommended.

Compounds
Barley, maize, wheat bran, various protein meal, calcium carbonate, magnesium oxide, di-calcium phosphate, salt, milk supplement, molasses, sodium bicarbonate and toxin binder.

Concentrated heifers and dry cows

This product has been adjusted for consumption of calves (over 7 months), young heifers and dry cows.

Advice on how to use
Daily drying concentrates range from 2.5 to 3.5 kg per head.

Compounds
Barley, corn, wheat bran, various protein meal, calcium carbonate, magnesium oxide, di-calcium phosphate, salt, dairy cow and molasses.

Whole Fruit Soybean (Processed Soybean Oil)

One of the most basic needs of lactating cows is the production of fresh and high protein and energy. Soybean soybean processed by heat (expanding and extruded) can play an important role in providing these important requirements in terms of high protein and high fat content.
Fattening and refreshing lactating cows also require a significant share of the transmitted protein, the rumen’s indissoluble protein, and processed soybean seeds can overcome this great need. Due to heat treatment, soybeans can transfer more than 55 percent of their protein into indigestible parts in the rumen in the form of amino acids of high quality and increase the production and reproductive performance of lactating cows. Fat soybeans can provide enough fats (16 to 18 percent) to provide adequate energy for lactating cows. Soybean oil plays an important role in the production of milk for more than 50% linoleic fatty acid. Getting adequate energy from lactating cows, which are in the negative balance of energy in the early stages of lactation, has a crucial role in milk production, lactation continuation and reproductive performance.

Benefits of Nutrition to Whole Fruit

  • It contains high protein and high fat, which increases milk production
  • Excessive pest control prevents bovine scurvy
  • By increasing the CLA, the milk will improve the quality of milk fat and dairy products
  • Tocopherol provides livestock with livestock
  • It helps to save fat in the diet of fat
  • Delicious rations increase