Research shows RumeNext®- Beef, a patent-pending technology, has consistently improved performance of growing ruminants in the U.S. and Europe over the past six years.  RumeNext-Beef is the result of a world-wide research program studying the effects of plant extracts on rumen function and production in beef cattle.

 

 

 

 

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                               Recommended beef cattle feeding rate: 0.25 - 0.5 oz/head/day.

 

Response to RumeNext-Beef Supplementation


 

    RumeNext-Beef Effects on Growing Ruminants
 

Average Performance of Growing Ruminants

MEASURE

Control

RumeNext-Beef

P Value <

Avg. Daily Gain (lb/head/day)

2.64

2.72

0.03

Dry Matter Intake (lb/head/day)

11.1

11.2

0.24

Gain:Feed (X 100)

22.0

23.2

0.04

Mortality (%)

0.85

1.05

0.76

Treated (%)

5.13

1.69

0.09

Retreated (%)

4.27

0.56

0.08



  


Many internal and commercial studies have been conducted over the past several years in Europe (Pancosma SA) and the United States (ADM Animal Nutrition).  A meta-analysis of the combined data presents a clear picture of the efficacy and performance potential of RumeNext-Beef.

 

18 Treatment Comparisons

12-US

  6-Europe
 

Positive Responses

ADG-13 of 18 trials

DMI -7 of 10 trials

G:F-8 of 10 trials

Side-By-Side Comparisons

16-Feedlot (arrival & grow/finish)

  2-Grazing

 

 

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No representation of profitability is hereby made. The statements and figures shown here are estimates and projections. Neither ADM Animal Nutrition, nor its employees, agents, or assigns make any warranty of any kind, including warranty of merchantability or results, relative to the information contained herein. Actual results will be affected by the ability of animals to produce milk, gain, health of animals, management, previous treatment, environment, etc.

 

 

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