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Gruttemeyer referred to the statement issued by the DPA that stated that 'Namibian producers are not allowed to utilize Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in fodder, antibiotics like Rumensin, or growth hormones like rBST, to artificially increase feed conversion ratios resulting in higher milk production volumes.
GrE-ttemeyer referred to the statement issued by the DPA that stated that Namibian producers are not allowed to utilize Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in fodder, antibiotics like Rumensin, or growth hormones like rBST, to artificially increase feed conversion ratios resulting in higher milk production volumes.
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Monensin is a product called an ionophore that has been approved for calves for many years and marketed under the brand name Rumensin.
At its 140-acre, 85-building site, Clinton Laboratories makes antibiotics such as Ceclor, Keftabl and Lorabid, as well as animal-health products such as Montban, Rumensin and Tylan.
All three of the bacteria are vulnerable to ionophores such as monensin, a feed additive marketed under the trade name Rumensin.
A significant discovery in rumen research led to the introduction of Rumensin in 1975.
One farmer doing so supplements the waste cotton fiber with two pounds of oats per head per day and protein blocks with Rumensin due to its low (five percent) protein content.
Treatments were: i) control, no ionophore; ii) 30 mg/kg monensin sodium (RUM30, Rumensin, Elanco Animal Health, Indianapolis, IN); iii) 20 mg/kg lasalocid sodium (BOV20, Bovatec, Alpharma Inc.
Besides the Tylan project, Elanco has used WOMM to help launch products such as Paylean, Optaflexx, Rumensin for lactating dairy, and Pulmotil for sows.