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Apport liquide de minéraux et vitamines
  article-mineraux-et-vitamines-liquide-utiliterre-30-04-2014.pdf
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The contribution of minerals (ionized) and liquid vitamins is a guarantee insurance for dairy cattle farming. This form of contribution allows a rapid and almost total absorption and thus secures and covers the needs, regardless of the physiological stage of the animal.

Before and after calving (calcium transport) in early lactation, needs of vitamins and minerals are high, while the ability of the animal to consume dry matter is reduced, which is not the case for water consumption, which remains proportional to the milk production and can therefore cover all the needs of the cow minerals and vitamins.

At peak lactation, needs of trace elements and vitamins are also very high, but at this stage the cow drink plenty of water, then cover their needs. Water is a very interesting vector for mineralization proportional to actual needs.

According to a purely physical effect, vitamins and minerals in solid form down in the rumen. Result: these micronutrients remain for a long time in the rumen and the effect produced by the bacteria fermentation degrade vitamins that play an essential role in the reproductive process (initiation and manifestation of heat, embryo quality and thus making reproduction). With a contribution in liquid form, vitamins are less degraded and better assimilated by the animal. Present in the water, they stay a very little time in the rumen and are not degraded by the micro flora. It should be seen as a form of by-pass effect.

THE DISTRIBUTION OF MINERAL BY DRINKING WATER, MAKES A PROPORTIONAL CONTRIBUTION TO THE MILK PRODUCTION OF ANIMAL (COWS AND SHEEP)

The distribution of mineral by drinking water, makes a proportional contribution to the milk production of animal (cows and sheep)