SANJEEVIKA™ WSP IN DAIRY
Protein is the chain of different amino acids. Methionine is the first limiting amino acid for dairy animals in India. The animal takes feed protein as the amino acid source and the absorbed amino acids are being utilized by the liver to synthesize the body and milk protein. Milk price is being determined based on milk fat and SNF (Solid Not Fat) in which SNF includes lactose, protein, minerals and vitamins. Dairy Industry has a very much focus on milk protein content availability as it is needed for the preparation of various milk products like cheese, ice-cream etc.Milk protein is one of the main component of SNF, which can be optimized by supplementing limiting amino acids i.e. methionine to dairy animals.
As an essential amino acid, methionine is not synthesized de-novo in dairy animals, who must ingest methionine or methionine-containing proteins. Methionine is the Sulphur containing proteinogenic amino acid. Methionine in form of formyl methionine is always the first amino acid to start the process of protein synthesis inside the cell.Need of Amino Acids in Ruminant Feed:In the Indian cattle feed industry, protein sources are mainly derived from plant sources such as soybean cake, cotton seed cake, and mustard cake. Unfortunately, these plant sources are deficient in methionine content in comparison to the requirement of the dairy animal. Feed protein is being divided into two categories RDP (Rumen Degradable Protein) and RUP (Rumen Undegradable Protein). RDP is being utilized by the ruminal microflora for microbial protein synthesis which is an ideal protein for the animal considering the methionine content. Balancing of the rumen undegradable part of the feed protein (i.e. RUP) with respect to the methionine gives profitable results in terms of milk protein and milk SNF content in milk for the dairy farmer.Protein is made up of chain of Amino Acids. Methione is first limiting Amino Acid required for protein synthesis in animal body.
To maximize profitability in dairy farming, it is important to understand the different stages in the life cycle of a bovine and provide special attention during the stages which have the highest influence on productivity. The transition period is extremely important in determining future health, milk production, and reproductive success of the dairy cow.
This period is from three weeks before calving to three weeks after calving as the cow transitions from the dry period to the milking herd.
Cows that fail to transition successfully into lactation are vulnerable to a host number of problems which occur just after the calving. The fundamental productive and reproductive disorders during the transition period are divided into three principle axes:A) Disorders related to energy metabolism (Ketosis, Fatty liver, Acidosis and Displaced abomasum)B) Disorders related to mineral metabolism (Milk fever, Hypomagnesemia, Lameness & Udder edema)C) Problems related to the immune system (Mastitis, Metritis/Endometritis and Retention of fetal membrane)Balancing pre-calving diet for cation and anion balance (DCAB) and optimizing liver’s health during transition phase can significantly reduce the metabolic disorders.
WSP acts as a tools to balance DCAB in pre calving diet and solution for optimizing liver’s health during transition period to maximize the productivity and profitability.Intestinal Health:
Intestinal health is an essential part of economic animal production as more than 80% of the inputs goes through the gastro intestinal tract. Also termed as gut health, covers the macro and micro environment of the gut, integrity of the gut tissues, microbiota balance, and the status of gastro intestinal tract’s immune system. Gut consumes about one fifth of the consumed energy, hosts majority of the micro-organisms, multiple hormones, digestive juices etc., For food producing animals it is critically important to maintain superior gut health to achieve safe animal protein for human consumption, through better disease resistance, nutrient utilization and enhancing the animal to perform to the genetic potential.
THE TYPES OF STRESS PRESENT IN DAIRY FARMS IN INDIA:
♦ Heat stress
♦ Cold stress
♦ Calving stress
♦ Lactation stress
♦ Transportation stress
♦ Vaccination stress
♦ Handling stress
Stress causes the release of various hormones, which are part of the cow’s natural ‘fight or flight’ mechanism, evolved over time as a response to dangerous situations. These hormones, such as cortisol (hydrocortisone) and adrenalin help prepare the cow’s metabolism for the dangers it may have had to face, by, for example, increasing its heart rate and breathing, to help it escape a predator. Acute stress at milking time, for instance, is most obviously apparent as reduced milk yield.
Feed intake: During high environmental body temperature, the animals try to maintain body temperature by minimizing metabolic heat (heat produced during feed digestion and nutrient metabolism) by reducing their feed intake, which leads to low energy intake by animals. At 40ºC, dry matter intake may go down by 40%. In heat stressed dairy animals 30 to 50% reduction in the efficiency of the energy utilization for milk production has been reported.
Milk let down: Cortisol decreases milk protein synthesis and inhibits the release of oxytocin. Stressed cows have poor milk let down and more residual milk, a risk factor for Mastitis. Typically, 10 to 12% of milk remains in the udder of slightly stressed cows and up to 15 to 17% of milk may remain in the udder of highly stressed cows. Residual milk is high in fat content, so when the fat-rich milk is held back in the udder the fat percentage will be lower in the milk output
.Immunity: Cortisol limits the white blood cell function and replication, which prevents these cells from protection from infection. Environmental Mastitis infections increase during the summer not only because more pathogens exist, but also because of heat stress increasing cortisol levels and suppressing the immune function. Increases in somatic cell count in milk during summer months has been reported to be a common phenomenon.
Nutritional Approach to Alleviate Stress in Dairy AnimalsSupplementation of Animal Feed with SANJEEVIKA™ WSP as an additive plays roles as antioxidants and electrolyte such as Vitamin C, A and E and zinc can be used to alleviate the oxidative damage of environmental stress and improve the nutrient utilization for productivity.
SANJEEVIKA™ WSP IN AQUACULTUREAN
AN ALL IN ONE PRODUCT FOR OPTIMUM HEALTH IN AQUACULTURE
ANTIOXIDANT, MOLD INHIBITOR, GROWTH BOOSTER, TOXIN BINDER & IMMUNITY ENHANCERSANJEEVIKA™ WSP is an innovative new product that addresses the essential issues relating to diet, in aquaculture. This supplement has a combination of essential ingredients to support all aspects of fish growth and health.
Antioxidant: Contains vitamins known for their antioxidant activity.Mold inhibitor: Organic acid which halt further mold growth in feed and neutralize fungal spores present.Organic growth booster: Methionine – an algae metabolite and a natural sulfur containing compound which improves feed intake and enhances the ability to cope with stressors.
Toxin binder & Immunity Enhancer: A potent combination of electrolytes and minerals known for their high energy boost up, anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties.
PRODUCT FEATURES AND BENEFITS:
Covers all aspects of fish health.Potent immune booster.Well researched growth booster.Aquaculture feed for optimum health and growth.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Recommended dose rate: 2-3 kg per metric tone of feed.
Packaging: 25 kg craft paper 3 layer bag. 1 kg packets.
SANJEEVIKA™ WSP AS PALATANT
Cattle are highly sensitive towards off flavors in feed which limits their intake and adversely impact their production. Successfully achieving palatability in cattle feed requires balancing product formulation, ingredient stability and flavor profiles. Palatants, or palatability enhancers, for cattle feed products play an important role in the overall appeal of feed by elevating preferred tastes and aromas by cattle.
Drawing on technical capabilities around flavor, stabilization, animal feed safety and quality, Sanjeevika Feed WSP is an excellent palatant to meet unique cattle feed needs for better productivity. Sanjeevika provides superior taste/flavor to animals and acts as an excellent palatant when added with other animal feeds/supplements/animal food stuffs.
POULTRY INCREASED FEED DIGESTIBILITY & REDUCED POULTRY PRODUCTION:
SANJEEVIKA™ WSP, a concentrated Multipower combination to improve the performance of poultry diets:
Sanjeevika Poultry Feed WSP improves performance of poultry diets.
The amino acid fortified compound:-
Enhances the energy efficiency of diets.
Increases the weight of poultry and feed conversion.
Improves gut integrity by reducing viscosity, gut pH etc.
Substitutes energy from formulation to reduce feed cost.
Increases egg production.
Enhances the energy and protein efficiency of the diet and help in acquiring superior energy in chicks.
Substitutes energy and amino acids from formulation to reduce feed cost.