Higher protein level from the given grain
Revolutionary innovation in feeding cereals
Maxammon, the future of feeding ruminants
Tried and proved worldwide, in 20+ countries of 5 continents
Even better milk yield
Even better milk quality
Even better health and fertility
Improve rumen performance with Maxammon
Improves health of ruminant animals
Improves animal performance
Avoiding rumen acidosis, stress-free animals
Reduces feeding costs
Easy and convenient feeding and storage
Farmers all across the world use Maxammon successfully to achieve better livestock performance.
Maxammon and protein:
Increases grain protein level with 30% (on a dry matter basis).
Analysis of over 10,000 Maxammon treated samples shows rumen degradable protein level is increased with 4,5 units.
Mitigates dependence on expensive protein sources.
Maxammon and minimizing risk of rumen acidosis
Maximizing rumen functions is a top priority in feeding ruminants.
Improper rumen functions can lead to:
Rise of feeding costs
Unsatisfying breeding results
Drop in milk yield and liveweight gain
Accumulation of acid driven pH drop in rumen affects badly on rumen performance and can cause potentially serious health issues. Maxammon offers the benefit of increasing pH level of feed and rumen respectively.
Maxammon goes into reaction with urea and generates ammonium gas, which sterilizes the mixture, and breaks lignin bonds in grain fibers, making them digestible. The end result is a softer, much easier to digest grain.
Parallel with this, it reacts with carbon-dioxide and water of the air, forming ammonium carbonate salts, which benefits:
Ammonium = significant increase in rumen degradable protein
Carbonate = increased pH level (serves as a rumen buffer)
Maxammon treated grain has a typical pH of 8,5-9,3 according to analysis of 4000 samples.