MELAVITE MVF 70
Liquid feed basic material for foraging ruminant animals. Includes high crude protein, betaine, amino acid and minerals content
MelaVite MVF 70 is a cost efficient solution, capable to improve taste and intake of ruminant feed. It is condensed with ammonium-sulfate resulting its high protein content that enhances bacterial environment inside the animals’ stomach.
Our molasses based products have significant betaine content, which is an organic amino acid can be found in sugar beet and assists biochemical metabolism and helps keeping fluid balance in organisms.
- It can efficiently replace soybean meal, or other protein sources.
- Besides significant betaine content, it also includes amino acids and micro nutrients.
- Its viscosity and density is lower compared to crude molasses, so adding to the mix is easier.
- Enhanced rumen fermentation, more essential fatty acid – better energy supply.
- Lowered urea concentration (blood, milk), less demanding for the liver – better balance of energy.
- feeding twice a day - 0,5kg per feeding (1,0kg/animal/day),
- feeding multiple times a day - 0,3 – 0,4 kg per feeding (1,2 – 1,6 kg/animal/day).
Beef: 1-1,5 kg/animal/day.
Sheep and goat: 0,5 kg/animal/day.
|Guaranteed nutrient content values|
|Crude protein||min. 30,0%|
|Total sugar||min. 11,0%|
|Further nutrient content values|
|NEm (calculated)||5,7 MJ/kg DM|
|NEg (calculated)||3,4 MJ/kg DM|
|NE I (calculated)||5,8 MJ/kg DM|
||1,0-1,2 % /orig.m.|
|NA||1,1-1,3 % /orig.m.|
|Ca||0,3-0,5 % /orig.m.|
|Mg||0,1-0,2 % /orig.m.|
|S||100-300 mg/kg orig.m.|
|P||100-200 mg/kg orig.m.|
* According to analysis method: MSZ 6830/26:1987
Ingredients: condensed byproduct of yeast production, sugar beet molasses, water.
Due to its binding feature, product can be used as a granulating excipient.
Best before: for 2 months
Producer and distributor: ARGOS FEED GROUP Zrt. 7400 Kaposvar, Arany Janos u. 33.
Directions for use by species of animals
High protein content
High carbohydrate content
|MelaVite BS Plus|
Seasonal, summer products