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Apr 25, 2017

Advancing Ruminant Nutrition Roadshow

Apr 25, 2017

The Australian Lallemand Animal Nutrition team recently hosted a series of Ruminant Nutrition seminars across Australia and New Zealand. Approximately 100 farmers, producers, vets and nutritionists from renowned beef and dairy companies accepted the invitation to one of the four events.

“The speakers presented the latest information and trends on rumen modification, the developing ruminant microbiome, acidosis impacts on the rumen microflora and practical challenges and solutions to feeding a ruminant,” says Alex Turney, Lallemand Animal Nutrition, Country Manager – Australia and New Zealand. “Not to mention, exploring the human brain gut axis, and what we can apply to ruminants.”

Lallemand also took the opportunity to share the results of the Rumen Health Survey that a group of surveyors have been working on for the past 12 months. The survey is a subjective assessment of five rumen characteristics, namely scaring, atrophy, papillae quality, lesions and other observables. Observations took place across five abattoirs and have been linked back to farm based performance data which yielded interesting results.

The seminar was not only platform for customers to gain an insight into the latest industry research; customers also got the opportunity to exchange experiences and discuss with Lallemand ruminant experts typical challenges of feeding as well as practical approaches for optimising nutrition and performance on farm.

At a time when antibiotic reduction is a major concern for the livestock industry worldwide, research shows that Lallemand Animal Nutrition probiotic LEVUCELL SC offers an effective microbial-based solution that positively influences rumen function. Including the rumen specific yeast in the diet of livestock helps optimise gut function, enhance digestibility and protects against harmful microorganisms for a stronger natural defence.

Thank you to all those that took the time to attend the seminar and to Nutritech International for hosting the events in New Zealand.

If you would like more information on the Rumen Health Survey or rumen specific live yeast – LEVUCELL SC, contact Lallemand Animal Nutrition on +61 07 5451 0125 or by emailing