10th OCTOBER 2019 - Page 29



BALMORAL SHOW
FARMWEEK
MAY 16 2019
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Alltech and Keenan
showcase technologies
to boost milk production
J
RIGHT:
The
Keenan
VA2-18
is the
smallest
machine
in the
Keenan
Vertical Auger
range.
LEFT: Aislinn
Campbell, InTouch
feeding specialist
for Northern
Ireland, on-farm
with Richard Watt,
a farmer in Augher,
County Tyrone,
discussing nutrition
and his herd health
and performance.
RIGHT: The
Keenan
MechFiber380 is
designed for the
farm that wants to
feed large numbers
of animals in a
short period of
time.
OIN Alltech and Keenan in
section C, stand 18, for an
opportunity to learn more
about Alltech’s “Beat the Drop”
campaign and how Yea-Sacc, a
live yeast from Alltech, can help
farmers beat a drop in milk solids
at grass.
Yea-Sacc has repeatedly been
proven to promote fibre digestion
while simultaneously reducing
the build-up of lactic acid in the
rumen. Learn more about how
consistent mix quality, correct
nutrition and management can
help farmers achieve up to 16
per cent more milk per kilogram
of feed as well as improve herd
health with Keenan and InTouch
feed management technology.
Keenan is also exhibiting
its latest campaign,
“The Result is in the Mix,” as well
as the Keenan MechFiber380, the
Vertical Auger VA2-18 product
range and the Keenan controller.
Find out on stand how farmer
Richard Watt from Augher,
County Tyrone, is achieving
results on-farm. Watt milks 120
Holstein cows year-round and
has increased milk production
by three litres. He is achieving
more from his feed using a
Keenan MechFiber345, fitted
with a Keenan controller as well
as InTouch feed management
technology and nutrition support.
Information on all Alltech and
Keenan products and services
will be available over the fourday show, with sales advisors
on-hand to share advice and
support.

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