Custom feeding

Let our Vitalizers guide you. All compound feeds, raw materials, minerals, and milk powders that your goats need at that moment are perfectly tailored to their requirements. These products are supplied by carefully selected suppliers who meet stringent conditions. This is how we fulfill our three promises.

Feed concepts we are proud of

The transition concept

The ideal transition concept ensures that a cow does not gain or become too fat during the dry period, but also does not lose weight. A balanced ration is crucial. Vitalvé recommends measuring feed intake to gain insight into the actual intake of energy, protein, and minerals. Variation in seasons and silage yields surprising measurements. Vitalvé assists in assessing intake and needs.

During the transition period, Vitalvé understands the importance of proper support. With a transition approach based on nutrition, monitoring, and management, customized solutions are provided. The significance lies in aligning with the lactating ration and supporting calcium metabolism.

Diet check

For our diet check, we utilize multiple tools to thoroughly analyze your ration. This allows us to monitor the quality of the feed and the digestion of your animals. The tools we use for this purpose are:

Shaker Box: This tool helps us examine the particle size in the ration.
Manure Sieve: With this tool, we analyze digestion and rumination activity.
Mobile NIR (Near-Infrared Spectroscopy): Using this tool, we can assess the silage, making variations visible and enabling more targeted adjustments in the ration. It also allows scanning of individual raw materials and complete feed compositions.
Mobile NIR

Do you actually know precisely what you're feeding? With our mobile NIR, we analyze exactly what you are feeding at that moment. You'll have the results within a few minutes! Vitalvé aims for the most consistent ration possible. To determine a good ration, it is crucial to know the current values of your roughage and raw materials. Curious about what you're precisely feeding? We'd be happy to visit you to analyze that!

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