In the cattle industry, the old saying holds true that the quality of what goes into cattle directly impacts what we get out of them. Being a leader of innovation in the sector, Buffalo Feeders has continually showcased expert management in integrating scientifically backed nutritional additives like Direct-Fed Microbials (DFMs), essential vitamins A and E, and ionophores in cattle feed, creating results that are a confirmation of a group effort focused on optimizing health and productivity.
Let’s investigate the diverse benefits of these key nutritional components and understand why they are an important foundation of Buffalo Feeders’ ration development and approach to cattle feeding.
One of the core elements of the Buffalo Feeders’ nutritional program is Direct-Fed Microbials. Here’s how they benefit cattle:
Buffalo Feeders recognizes that vitamins are pivotal in ensuring the overall health of the cattle, and here is how vitamins A and E contribute:
Buffalo Feeders leverages the multifaceted benefits of ionophores to facilitate better growth and health of the cattle:
What sets Buffalo Feeders apart is the expert management that navigates the precise integration of these additives into cattle feed, an approach characterized by the following pillars:
We have another blog here, that may interest you, where we explain in further detail the benefits of our custom cattle feeding approach.
Buffalo Feeders focus on the health and wellbeing of each animal and its tradition of innovation, merging tried and tested wisdom with scientific insights to create cattle feeding programs that promise superior health and productivity. It is not just about fostering healthier herds but modeling a future where the cattle industry marries efficiency with sustainability, nurturing livestock in environments that resonate with both the cattle producer on the ranch and the consumer in the city.
Join us as we continue to trail blaze in the sector, defining new standards of excellence in cattle nutrition, best practices in herd health and wellbeing, and sustainability.