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    Lessons from the Farm

    What we’ve learned can help you care for your dairy cows and make everything run like clockwork.

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    Give Your Dairy Cows the Best Nutrition Possible

    We offer a variety of dairy cow feeds and supplements that contain the highest-quality ingredients. So you can find what’s best for your herd’s productivity and achieve your goals.

     
    Propel® Energy Nugget
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    Information from Our Dairy Experts

    Animal experts at the Purina Animal Nutrition Center share their knowledge about dairy cows.

    Q
    How do energy levels in the cow diet affect amino acid balance?
    A
    If the energy levels in the diet are not in balance, the cow will convert amino acids from a protein source to an energy source. Amino acid balancing then becomes extremely costly because the amino acids are being used for something they are not intended for. Meeting the cows’ energy and fiber needs first is key when balancing for amino acids.