Biochem introduces non-GMO ReaShure® Precision Release Choline in Germany, and the Baltics
Biochem, a trusted manufacturer of high-quality animal feed additives, has recently started offering non-GMO ReaShure® in Germany, and the Baltic region. This rumen-protected Choline is critical to ruminant health and has been a part of Biochem’s product portfolio for the last five years.
Biochem is pleased to announce that the Precision Release Choline formulation ReaShure® is now available as a non-GMO product in Germany, and the Baltic region. Currently operating in 60 countries all over the world, Biochem is a renowned manufacturer of animal feed additives. Over the last five years, the company has been delivering Balchem’s ReaShure® Precision Release Choline in Russia, Ukraine, Germany, and the Baltics.
Choline plays a critical role in the transition period, supporting metabolism, milk, and milk fat synthesis. It can help reduce fatty liver, ketosis, and improve the yield of milk throughout the lactation. It also supports the development of the unborn calf. ReaShure® Precision Release Choline utilizes a patented process to prevent degradation in the rumen and to transport the Choline to the small intestine where it is absorbed.
Recent research conducted by the University of Florida shows that transition cows fed with ReaShure® have higher lactation peaks and are capable of producing an additional 2.1 kg milk per day compared to cows of the control group. Some other key advantages of ReaShure include
- Supports the fat metabolism process and the synthesis of milk fat
- Supports the development of the unborn calf and its immune system
- Improves liver function and consequently increases milk yield.
“The outcome of an entire lactation is determined mostly during the 42-day transition period. The amount of peak milk production depends entirely on the health and well-being of the cow during the transition period. This, in turn, will predetermine the height and trajectory of the remaining lactation curve. Moreover, once the peak is attained, there is not much you can do to alter that trajectory positively. Therefore, the key to maximizing milk production starts with investing your time, effort, and resources during the transition period.” says senior nutritionist Dr. Bernhard Landwehr.