Dairy Buffalo Feed

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RS Milk Buffalo Booster
  • For buffalo yielding 12-20 lts milk per day.
  • Supplies degradable nitrogen along with minerals to rumen microbes for its growth, long-term stability to buffalo’s health and improves milk production, body weight.
  • Provides 60 % of protein as rumen bypass protein to supply amino acids.
  • Makes cattle healthy and unstressed during unfavorable conditions.
  • Faster rate of passage of feed through the rumen and maintaining rumen pH (6 to 7).
Feed Composition:
Nutrients Level (% DM Basis)
Dry Matter (Max) 11
Crude Protein (Min) 22
UDP (Min)* 12
RDP (Min)* 10
Crude Fibre (Max) 7
Crude Fat (Min) 2
Energy (ME, Kcal/kg)* 2700
*Calculated
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RS Dairy Buffalo Classic
  • For dairy buffalo yielding less than 12 lts milk per day.
  • It supplies both rumen degradable nitrogen and available energy in the rumen along with minerals.
  • Provides more than 50% of protein as rumen degradable protein to enhance microbial protein synthesis even at poor quality roughage feeding.
  • Maximizes feed intake, balanced feed digestibility, rate of passage of feed and maintain good animal health and reproductive performance.
Feed Composition:
Nutrients Level (% DM Basis)
Dry Matter (Max) 11
Crude Protein (Min) 18
UDP (Min)* 9
RDP (Min)* 9
Crude Fibre (Max) 5
Crude Fat (Min) 3
Energy (ME, Kcal/kg)* 2500
*Calculated
Benefits to humans:

Buffalo milk is used to make various products such as yogurt and ghee. It improves skin complexion and quality. It is also used in Ayurvedic treatment. Buffalo milk and products is known to cure various diseases and bleeding disorders.

Packing:

We provide feed labelling over each packing bag, which is embedded with information regarding the nutritional information, list of essential ingredients and a guaranteed analysis.

Feeding Details & Tips to raise Buffalo:
  • Feed 2 times per day, at the same time each day.
  • Feed only what the calf or calves will completely eat before the next feeding. If feed is present at the next feeding, reduce the amount given. (Old feed sitting in a feeder or bunk may become moldy over just a day or two).
  • Keep hay available at all times and feed a little extra hay when their appetite seems unusually high.
  • Always have clean, fresh water available at all times.

Feed is perishable. Store feed in a clean, cool and dry location. Storage area should be free of insects and rodents. Do not allow animal's access to feedstuffs directly that could generate sign of insects or rodent infestation. Do not allow animal’s access to hot or moldy feedstuffs at any time.

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