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DSM in Animal Nutrition & Health

DSM in ruminant nutrition and health

Ruminants and products derived from them are a major source of food everywhere in the world. As grazing animals, ruminants are able to digest plants and stems and do not necessarily compete with the human food chain. This has the potential to give ruminants a growing role in global agriculture. Increased efficiency of ruminant husbandry should of course go hand in hand with careful management of the environment.

We are committed to providing innovative feed additives that:

  • Increase the efficiency and profitability of production
  • Improve animal welfare and lifetime performance
  • Deliver high quality end-products
  • Help protect the environment
Holstein cow on green grass

Welfare

Our products have been developed to support ruminant welfare. They improve performance while at the same time meeting heightened consumer expectations regarding the well-being of livestock. More>


Holstein cow with blue sky

Environment and sustainability

Our approach helps livestock farmers meet the ever increasing demands for sustainable production. More>


dairy cow with calf on green grass

Lifetime performance and reproduction

Higher-yielding dairy cows with a longer productive life mean improved performance and profitability. Our approaches can help increasing productiveness and extending productive life. More>


Milk pouring

Milk yield and hoof health

Dairy farmers want high-yielding cows with healthy hooves. We therefore offer various approaches to increasing milk production and improving hoof horn strength. More>


Udder of a diary cow

Udder Health

Dairy farmers know that healthy udders produce more milk, so udder health is a priority for us.
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Dairy cows in a row in a stable eating

Rumen potential

Feeding cows means feeding the rumen. If the rumen works efficiently, then cows produce a higher yield and have a longer productive life. Our innovative products help here. More>