By stabilising rumen PH and stimulating better microflora in the whole digestive tract autopsies are showing better rumen development through long term use of BioRumen DFM
Three vets in Australia have performed autopsies and testify to this
“I have never in all my professional life seen such a well-developed rumen” Dorrigo vet NSW
Another autopsy was done on an Angus heifer that had been fed on Calf Xtreme & BioRumen from birth in milk and daily in 1kg of grain while on pasture. She dressed out at 250 kg at 14 months.
“The papillae in the rumen were larger and thicker and better developed for a young Ruminant than otherwise would be expected. Enhanced rumen development & greater surface area of the papillae leads to improved absorption capacity from the rumen.”
A third autopsy was done on a young cow fed BioRumen since birth
“The development and renewal of rumen papillae depends on adequate nutrient intake. Furthermore the intake of protein and energy-rich feed promotes the growth of rumen tissue, increases the number and size of rumen papillae and enhances the absorption of short chained fatty acids from the rumen of cows (Shen et al 2003).
This cow’s rumen appeared extremely healthy with an extensive population of well-developed long papillae as well as a thick internal rumen wall.
Whilst the rumen was the main focus of this investigation the three other stomachs were also found to be in very high condition and this trend continued throughout the entire intestinal tract”
Dr Dave Nolan (BVSc) Deloraine Vet Centre Tasmania
2nd Autopsy by Dr Dave Dolan Tasmania
Jamie Berne Autopsy
This autopsy was performed on an older cow that had been fed on average, nine kilos of concentrate daily since first lactation. During her first year on the BioPro program she produced over 14,810 L of milk, up from 12,595 L the previous year. At the time of autopsy and only 6 weeks prior to herd dry off she was still producing 36 L of milk from only three quarters.