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February 12, 2024
BioZyme Inc. is excited to announce the launch of VitaFerm ONE, a new line of cattle mineral products. VitaFerm ONE provides one solution to conveniently and consistently promote cattle performance in all seasons.
VitaFerm is a line of beef cattle vitamin and mineral supplements designed to promote cattle performance year round. VitaFerm ONE contains AO-Biotics Amaferm, a prebiotic research-proven to enhance digestibility. It meets or exceeds the nutrient requirements throughout the production cycle, and it is formulated with research-proven organic copper and zinc for enhanced bioavailability.
The first product added to the line is the VitaFerm ONE free choice mineral. A pressed block is also currently under development, with an anticipated launch later in the quarter.
“We are excited to offer VitaFerm ONE for all producers. It is an effectively fortified supplement that offers cow-calf producers a simple way to ensure cattle are getting the nutrients they need year-round. It provides one solution when putting out mineral to groups of cattle and or when you have different pasture scenarios to manage,” says Chris Cassady, Ph.D., BioZyme director of beef technical sales.
In addition to Amaferm, VitaFerm ONE is fortified to meet cattle nutritional needs year-round using high-quality ingredients. As Cassady points out, it simplifies the labor and management for those operations that might run cattle on multiple pastures with different types of forages or different groups of cows in various stages of production. VitaFerm ONE is one solution for all seasons.
ONE was first introduced during the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) Industry Convention and Annual Trade Show.
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