In self-service, buckets and lick-blocks from the innovative Z'lick range stimulate the ruminant’s digestion.
Improving feed efficiency, general health status and herd performance at each stage or challenges encountered in the field
Different needs according animals and their physiological stages
According to their species, their ration, their stage of production, animals naturally have different requirements. For example, in the dry period dairy cow will not have the same specific needs as a suckler cow during the grass season. These differences are also valid for an ewe, a goat or a horse that have very different needs for minerals and trace elements (eg copper). A segmented offer adapted to specific needs is therefore essential to optimize the feed efficiency.
The self-service adapted to animals’ need
Thanks to its selected marine algae, its enzyme booster (DMB: digestive microflora booster), the use of minerals in optimized form (Se, Zn, Mn) and the addition of different plant active ingredients, OLMIX stands out to offer a complete original range to performance-demanding farmers.
Enhanced digestive efficiency, animals’ health status and performance at the herd scale, at each stage or challenges encountered in the field
Z’lick is a guarantee of a proper digestion for all animals, with innovative active ingredients and technologies.
The formulas are adapted to the grazing period, the dry period, the growth and production stages, the ovine production and to ensure animal welfare.
Enhanced digestive efficiency, animals’ health status and herd’s performance
Use of unique OLMIX active principles and technologies (algae, trace elements processed with marine algae, DMB)
A complete range of products adapted to the requirements of different species, stages and challenges encountered in the field
After a promising presentation at SPACE 2018 last September, Olmix Group has now officially launched its new born of its Immunity range at the Breizh Algae Tour in Berlin, Germany.
The awards took place at the Green Glens Arena, Millstreet, on Saturday 20th.