Set Yourself Up for the Best Chance at Preventing Herd Health Challenges with Bio-Mos by AlltechFri, 31 Mar 2017 12:43:28 CDT
Getting your calves off to a healthy start can improve productivity and profitability on the ranch. Brian Lawless, Alletech business manager, told Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays that by considering calves’ gastro-intestinal health, producers can prevent or better address animal health problems that my appear. And to do this, he suggests using Alltech’s trademark technology Bio-Mos, derived from a specific strain of yeast that promotes animal performance.
“You really never know when a challenge is going to occur,” he said, “so you really want to look at nutrition as your first line of prevention.”
From this perspective, Lawless says, you can prepare your cattle with an established, healthy nutritional base, when challenges do occur. He insists that through the use of Bio-Mos in your herd health program, producers are setting themselves up for their best chance at success.
“The great thing about Bio-Mos is that it’s been on the market for over 20 years and it’s been put in 700 trials across all species,” Lawless said. “You can’t prevent everything, but what you can do is set yourself up for the best chance for that to happen.”
Listen to Lawless outline the benefits of incorporating Bio-Mos into your herd health program with Hays, on today’s Beef Buzz.
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