Category: NIS Information

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NIS A Good Balancer For High Energy Silage

See how one farmer uses NIS to maximise the use of high quality homegrown forage, enabling him to reduce the cost of bought in protein & energy.

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NIS Boosts Cow Health and Production; British Dairying Article

This article describes how one Welsh Farmer used NIS to make the most of his very good quality silage from harvest 2017.

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Failing To Support Grazing Causes Butterfat Loss

DEFRA figures show the true cost of butter fat suppression in the dairy herd.

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Grass And Silage, Maximising The Benefits Of Grazing

NIS is a particularly good buffer for lush grass because the NDF in NIS is ‘slow pool’ NDF and it is relatively palatable.

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The Benefits Of NIS

British Dairying report highlighting increased yields leading to a 700 Euro uplift in milk solids per hectare.

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The Rate Of NDF Digestion Is As Important As The Total Digestibility Of NDF

The work at Cornell University has also identified that understanding the RATE of NDF digestion is as important as the total digestibility of NDF.

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Multi Cut Forage Systems. The Devil Is In The Detail!

Many farmers adopting this system encounter rumen health issues, resulting in loose dung, low butter fats and loss of BCS – and lost potential.

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See What Our Customers Say About NIS

Roche’s Feeds in Ireland are harnessing the benefits of NIS in their ruminant feeds.

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What Can We Learn From The Canadians On Milk Solids?

We have had many phone calls from farmers struggling with low butterfat levels when feeding high levels of 1st cut silage. This article discusses the issue.

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How NIS Can Help Heifer Performance After Calving

British Dairying June 2017 “Summer growth critical to heifer performance after calving.”

This article describes the challenges of maintaining growth rates whilst at grass.

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