Working with many farms, we often hear the question "... can't it be cheaper?" And that's a good question. It is often the case that the farm nutritionist looks only through the prism of the animal's needs, ignoring the profitability of production. Sometimes it is possible to prepare a cheaper feed, which the animals will eat more, and other times a concentrated dose of food which will require less.
Which solution is better? This question can be answered by talking about the feed available on the farm, the needs of the animals and, above all, the expectations of the breeder. We calculate all this with the current price of components, livestock or milk.
How do we prepare the dose?
Basic version - the breeder fills in the questionnaire prepared by us to get to know the farm better. The survey includes questions about the components available on the farm. Feed analysis is welcome. And the most important question about the priority of changes. Do we want to increase the amount of milk or improve reproduction? We prepare the nutritional dose.
Premium version - we analyze the sent feeds in the laboratory, and then, after a short interview, we prepare a feeding proposal.
The version I check - for breeders who have prepared nutrition, but want to check if it is optimal. After receiving such a dose, we analyze the recipe and, if necessary, indicate where corrections can be made.
What do you get?
- Savings through optimization. We are looking for a place where cheap is still cheap
- Animal health, a properly balanced dose allows for high production while maintaining animal health
- An independent proposal, you decide on which components the recipe is to be prepared.