Are You Reaching Your Calf’s Full Potential?

Feb 25, 2020

In today’s dairy economy you can’t afford to leave any money on the table. Land O’ Lakes milk replacers and Purina feeds are here to help you make the most profitable calf for your operation. Our milk replacers are formulated for gut health and to support the calf’s microbiome. Balanced for the optimal protein to fat ratios will help to reduce your animals’ cost per pound of gain, which will keep more money in your pocket and give you a better return on your calf crop. 
The probiotics and prebiotic added into our milk replacers aid calves in breaking down nutrients for energy and addressing any health challenges they may face. Offering a high plain of nutrition to your calves with increase their growth and decrease their treatments. Our Purina Full potential program offers you 2,740 more pounds of milk first lactation and 6,588 more pounds of milk after three lactations.
Contact your Purina and Land O’ Lakes Calf and Heifer Team to help your calves reach their Full Potential! 

  -Kayti Lyseth: Regional Purina Calf and Heifer Specialist

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