Water – an Essential Nutrient

Water accounts for 70-75% of young animal’s body weight and yet, is often overlooked as a necessary nutrient. Water is the nutrient required in greatest quantity by young animals. What does the body need water for? Basic metabolic functions need daily water...

Happy Calves Drinking

Calves fed frequently (every 4 hours), with milk intakes of at least 8 litres/day are quieter.Alongside the advantage of better average daily gains (ADG), calf vocalization is significantly diminished when calves are fed at several intervals throughout the day. Better...

Grain-Fed Veal – Producer Objectives

Why Higher Protein? Capitalize on the rapid early growth potential of young calves. Meet the needs of the rapidly growing bone and muscle for protein. This encourages greater lean tissue deposition without excess fattening. Why Specific Protein : Fat Ratio? Provide...

Developmental Research – Grain-fed Veal Programs

Ontario and Quebec dairy herds produce approximately 400,000 male calves annually. These calves are destined for several hundred veal producers.The goal of grain fed veal producers is to achieve the desired finish at the desired weight and age. The market-ready calf...

Program Summary Grober VG 21/19

Product Profile A specifically formulated calf milk replacer for excellence in raising GRAIN VEAL CALVES. The Need Young Holstein bull calves require a quality milk replacer to ensure a healthy start. Young calves that have been transported are severally energy...
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