OUR HERD

DAILY EATS

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Maize
Maize

Maize is used as a supplement in animal feeds. It is a primary source of energy supplement and can contribute up to 30% protein, 60% energy and 90% starch in an animal’s diet.

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BNH-10
BNH-10

BNH-10 has green foliage, very long and broad semi-drooping leaves,quick regenerating high protein contents (8-9%) and high IVDMD(62-68%) and low oxalic acid.

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Soybean cake
Soybean cake

Soybean cake is a good protein supplement and also used as a source of metabolizable energy. Soybean cake is produced from the residue left after oil extraction.

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Straw
Straw

Wheat straw is an agricultural by-product, the dry stalks of cereal plants after the grain and chaff have been removed. It has a low digestible energy and nutrient content.

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Rice bran
Rice bran

Rice bran is a byproduct of the rice milling process. It contains various antioxidants that impart beneficial effects on the herd health. A major rice bran fraction contains 12%-13% oil.

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Cotton seed cake
Cotton seed cake

Cotton seed cake is the seed of the cotton plant. These are 20% protein, 20% oil and 3.5% starch. It is a good source of protein for herd.

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Grass
Grass

The dairy industry has been selectively breeding for specific traits for many years. Yet even today, it finds itself in need of new genetics, such as those for polled animals, or for producing milk on pasture.

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Berseem
Berseem

Berseem is also known as milk multiplier. It is mostly grown in winter season. It is highly palatable fodder and it contains 17% crude protein and 25.9% crude fiber.

HERD COUNT

150+

COWS

100+

BUFFAELOES

HEALTH CARE OF OUR HERD

  • Feed or pasture them according to seasons

    Dairy cows/buffaloes should be left to graze out on pasture during the times when pasture is available. If pasture is no longer available, feed them according to their daily needs.

  • Milk the herd

    Dairy cows/buffaloes need to be milked at least twice-a-day. We use modern technology to milk the herd so that they are not harmed during milking.

  • Regular checkup for signs of illness or injury

    During milking, software will measure the milk composition of each member of our herd. If the cow/buffalo is in stress, the milk composition changes. In the event of a change in milk composition, software will alert the onsite veterinarian immediately.

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  • Maintaining a good health program

    Our herd will be kept up-to-date with vaccination and deworming throughout the year, so they are free from any stress and can concentrate on producing best milk.

  • Keep a regular check on fences

    Our herd will be kept inside the fences to ensure that no outside animals which may contain harmful pathogens/bacteria, can interact with our herd.

  • Maintain a breeding schedule

    It’s important for the dairy business to maintain a defined breeding schedule.

WHAT WE THINK ABOUT OUR HERD