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Today, feed costs are the biggest expense for dairy farms because the animal utilizes such a small percentage of the feed’s nutrient value. Whether feeding forage or grain, the nutrients are so tightly bound that the animal’s digestive microbiology does not have time to convert the feed into volatile fatty acids, amino acids, proteins and sugars. As a result, most of the feed passes through the animal.
Dairy profits are linked to feed conversion. High feed conversion reduces feed consumption and helps increase milk production. Feed begins its conversion process in the rumen. The first by-products of feed conversion are VFA’s (volatile fatty acids). VFA’s are adsorbed through the rumen creating energy. This energy goes to further digest feed, enable weight gain and maximize milk production.
For $1 per animal per month BioChem Solutions fermenting program can reduce a farm’s feed cost by as much as 50%. Fermenting forage or grain will improve feed value, cut animal feed consumption and still provide maximum energy for increased milk production. Our blend of fermentive biology “pre-digests” forages and grains converting more neutral detergent fiber into VFA’s, amino acids, proteins and sugars. Pre-digested feed reduces the animal’s digestive workload enabling more nutrient adsorption, higher feed conversion, increased milk production, improved animal health and reducing animal waste issues. Below is a table showing the feed improvement of alfalfa fermented with BioChem Solutions fermentive biology.
First Cut Alfalfa
First Cut Alfalfa Fermented 4 weeks storage
Feed Improvement
Crude Protein
Non-fiber Carbohydrate
Relative Feed Value
This data indicates the animals will consume about a 1/3rd less and still obtain maximum nutrition. Note: this alfalfa was stored for 4 weeks. The alfalfa’s feed quality will continue to improve with longer storage. Farms can achieve up to 1/2 reduction in feed consumption utilizing our fermenting techniques.
The most important animal supplement but least recognized is water. To maximize milk production, the cow must have energy and be completely hydrated. Energy is a result of proper feed conversion. Hydration is a result of water absorption.
All water is not equal. A little known fact is water carries an electrical charge. The higher the electrical charge the less it will absorb. Therefore, a very hydrating water has no electrical charge. This is called negative water, functional water or ionized alkaline water. The Japanese recognized the value of this water more than 20 years ago and has been using it to increase milk production. The Japanese report up to 28% increase in milk production with ionized alkaline water compared to well water.
The Japanese create ionized alkaline water with an electrical generator device. The water output of these devices has been too small for North American dairies as well as too expensive. BioChem Solutions has developed a very affordable, non-electrical system that requires no maintenance and will last up to 4 years.
Ionized alkaline water is the best method for organic dairies to improve profits. Our organic dairies report 15% to 20% increase in milk production after 6 weeks of use. It is well known high somatic cell counts lowers milk production and quality. BioChem Solutions combines ionized alkaline water with a complimentary fermenting biology that assists in hydration, reduces mastitis and other infections including sub-clinical infections resulting in drastically lower somatic cell counts. The combination of these products has proven to eliminate scours within 24 hours; boost the animal’s immune system thereby reducing or eliminating antibiotics and veterinary costs.
Ionized alkaline water with the fermentive biology is the best method for dairies that are phasing out rBST. This combination keeps milk production high, improves the herd’s health, lower infections and somatic cell counts. Compared to rBST, ionized alkaline water is very inexpensive. A 14-day rBST cycle averages 45 cents per day. Ionized alkaline water with fermentive biology cost less than 7 cents per day. In addition rBST only provides 6% to 8% milk increase while ionized alkaline water can increase milk production up to 28%.
Ionized alkaline water is beginning to be recognized for its dairy benefits. Recently, the University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Veterinary Center completed a 12-week study that confirmed the Japanese results of higher milk yields and quality. The study concluded ionized alkaline water increased milk production, milk butterfat and lowered MUN (milk urea nitrogen). This study helps validate the technology and proves that ionized alkaline water is the modern method to safely increase milk production, milk quality and animal health.
BioChem Solutions products can safely increased your farms profits by lowering the operation costs and increasing the milk yield. New technology does not need to be expensive. The fermentive biology is $1 per month per animal. The ionized alkaline water averages about $25 per animal per year. These costs are quickly offset by the increase milk production, milk quality, reduced feed and lower veterinary costs.
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