How to reduce calcium deficiency in dairy cows

For dairy farm owners, dairy consultants and companies in the animal feed industry, it is important to know how the calcium level of cows can be decreased after they are calved. For many cows, and mainly older cows, this leads to various problems including the milk fever. Therefore, it is important to keep your kettle healthy and their calcium requirements on point. How you can do this? By feeding them the supplements made by Kimtec International. These supplements reduce calcium deficiency in your dairy cows to raise their calcium levels. Need advice on how to reduce the calcium levels of your kettle and about the best way to feed the supplements to your cows? The specialists of Kimtec International are happy to help you.

Supplements to reduce calcium deficiency in dairy cows are shipped worldwide

When being a farmer in lands outside the Netherlands, for example the United States or France, you will still need high quality supplements. Do you keep dairy cows in the United States to produce cheese and butter? Or are you a farmer in the south of France where you produce milk to export to other countries? Wherever your farm is based, Kimtec International ships high quality supplements to reduce calcium deficiency in dairy cows to farms all over the world. With a hands-on mentality this company is always trying to find the best way to improve their supplements to keep your kettle safe and to prevent them from illnesses like the milk fever. Feel free to contact this manufacturer and supplier of supplements to reduce deficiency in dairy cows for more information.

Prevent milk fever by reducing calcium deficiency in dairy cows

The calcium requirements of cows are highly weather-dependent. In dry periods, cows do not need high amounts of calcium. When it gets colder these requirements increase and if the cows do not eat more to compensate the increased requirements, milk fever can occur. By using high quality supplements made by Kimtec International with high-tech innovations, you can reduce calcium deficiency in dairy cows by increasing their calcium intake. You can choose too to feed the supplements to your cows with every meal, or when the first symptoms appear. The first symptoms of milk fever are hypersensitivity and excitability, like ear twitching, head bobbing, restlessness and tremors. Choose for the best health for your kettle by reducing calcium deficiency in dairy cows.