AgriServe Agro introduces: Multimilk, a complete milk replacer for calves

Figure 1: Step by step feeding instructions.

Out of the dairy industry in the Czech Republic comes one of their stalwart traditional products. Multimilk VVS Start is the perfect replacement colostrum for effective calf breeding.

The reasons are obvious:

The high-protein bioavailability is secured by a high content of milk components based on animal protein like Vitamin A, D3, E and C. On the other hand, it is GMO-free and has a very low fibre content. It has an excellent solubility with minimum sedimentation and a high quality of whey powder which originates from cheese production.

This advanced milk replacer contains Emulsizym® – a unique system of bioactive peptides and medium chain fatty acids which increase fat and protein digestibility and has an antimicrobial effect in the gastrointestinal tract. The probiotic culture contains a unique combination of three bacteria strains namely Bacillus licheniformis, Bacillus subtilis and Enterococcus faecium. Multimilk strongly supports the calf’s immune system and ensures a significant reduction of diarrhoea.

Table 1: Multimilk requirements at different growth stages.

Recommended feeding instructions for Multimilk are:

Dilute the calf milk replacer powder with drinking water in the ratio, 145 g up to 180 g, to 1 litre of water (1:8). Heat up two thirds of the necessary quantity of water to a temperature of 50 to 55 °C, and pour it into a sterile container. While mixing continuously, add the powder to the water. The rest  of the water should be at room temperature to achieve the final temperature of 39 °C, which is required during feeding time.

For more information contact: Agriserve Agro Limited Lusaka: 096-976-7272 | Chisamba: 097-816-3514 |

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