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AFLATOXIN M1 IN MILK

Feeding mycotoxins contaminated rations can lead to the appearance of mycotoxins in milk. But the rate of carry-over from feed to milk can vary. Nevertheless, contaminants in the feed should be prevented to keep the milk quality at the desired level. Many factors on farms are known to influence milk quality. These include; dairy cow […]

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Dairy Meal

Dairy cow nutrients

Nutrient requirements vary with the stage of lactation and gestation. Five distinct feeding phases can be defined to attain optimum production, reproduction and health of dairy cows: Phase 1. Early lactation—0 to 70 days postpartum. Milk production increases rapidly during this period, peaking at 6 to 8 weeks after calving. Feed intake does not keep […]

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Layers Mash

Layers supplements

Are supplements really Good for Laying hens? Scratch Grains Chickens are compelled to scratch at the ground. They use their toes to mix up litter or scrape the ground in search of various seeds, greens, grit, or insects to eat. Spreading scratch grains (cracked, rolled, or whole grains such as corn, barley, oats, or wheat) […]

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Layers Mash

Layers Mash

Menengai Layers Mash is a highly palatable organic poultry feed with 17% protein. It has been specially formulated to provide a complete balanced diet for all types of adult poultry. Menengai Layers Mash is tailored  to maintain bird health, keep birds laying well, produce good sized eggs and good yolk colour and shell quality. It […]

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Dairy Meal

Dairy Meal- High Yield

To produce wholesome, high-quality milk, your cows need a wholesome, high-quality diet that delivers optimum nutrition. Yet before that diet is formulated, it is critical to clearly understand the nutrient supply that can be delivered through the feed ingredients and the nutrient demand of the animals we count on. At Menengai Afya, we have developed […]