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Identification & Functionality+
Features & Benefits+
The benefits of feeding CRINA® Ruminants have been proven in trials at well-respected independent research centres around the world.
Improved weight gain together with better feed conversion rate means cattle finish sooner and feed costs are reduced. This will give better profitability and in addition, improved cash flow.
Adding CRINA® Ruminants to compound feeds delivers real benefits:
- Allows potential reduction in the specification of feeds without affecting animal performance
- Allows greater use of lower-priced ingredients, thereby reducing diet costs
- Helps to reduce the impact of variations in raw material quality
- Helps limit the effect of raw material price volatility on compound feed costs
CRINA® Ruminants provides a proven way of achieving greater control of formulation costs.
Applications & Uses+
- It reduces protein degradability from a broad range of dietary sources
- It inhibits rumen bacteria that degrade amino acids to ammonia
- It synchronises protein and energy metabolism in the rumen
Together they add up to better feed utilisation, increased production and higher profits.
During trials, CRINA® Ruminants has been shown to create a better balance of microbes in the digestive system, improving efficiency of digestion by:
- Slowing the rate of starch fermentation
- Reducing the extent to which protein is degraded
- Preventing the growth of bacteria that turn valuable amino acids into waste ammonia
This has shown to improve the supply of nutrients available to animals, and translates into more milk from the same feed. It also has shown to generate greater feed efficiency, which improves cost savings on feed.
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Technical Details & Test Data+
CRINA® Ruminants enhances milk production and live weight gain.
Effect of CRINA® Ruminants on beef cattle
Australian feedlot trial Relative results (control = 100)
The precise formulation of essential oil components in CRINA®Ruminants has been shown to improve rumen performance. As more of the protein provided can be used by the animal, it becomes possible to replace expensive protein sources with cheaper alternatives.
This is an effective way to achieve greater control over formulation costs and margins.