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Our species-appropriate and healthy organic cattle feed is the ideal basic feed for calves, cattle and cows. Made from the highest quality raw materials from the region, our organic cattle feed forms the cornerstone for the best milk and meat quality.

Our species-appropriate and tasty organic cattle feed was developed by experts and has been successfully used by farmers, dairy farmers and cattle breeders for many years. Our rich organic cattle feed impresses with its outstanding quality and naturalness that tastes good for every cattle. The high feed quality is guaranteed by the highest quality raw materials and strict controls. By processing only raw materials from the region, the transport routes are kept short and regional agriculture strengthened.

Depending on whether calf rearing, dairy farming or cattle fattening, there are various aspects to consider when feeding the animals. We would be happy to give you practical tips on feeding and keeping calves, dairy cattle and beef cattle on this page. We will also be happy to advise you on the selection of the right organic cattle feed or put together your own mix from 800 kg. Our farm animal feed is available as a single bag in 25 kg to 30 kg or as a pallet with 800 kg. We would be happy to make you an individual offer for larger quantities!

Overview of this page:

  1. Cattle feeding & calf feeding with organic cattle feed from Austria
  2. Organic calf feed - tips for healthy calf rearing
  3. Organic dairy cow feed:
    - Tips for optimal organic dairy cattle feeding
    - How to increase milk gain
    - You have to take this into account in organic dairy farming
  4. Organic cattle fattening - tips for optimal organic cattle fattening
  5. Helpful products for organic cattle breeding


1. Cattle feeding & calf feeding with organic cattle feed from Austria

At Agrarzone you get the highest quality organic cattle feed for calves, dairy cattle and cattle fattening. All raw materials for our cattle feed mixtures are grown in the region. Responsible agriculture by local farmers and no long transport routes are particularly important to ensure the quality and sustainability of feed production. Strict quality controls ensure the consistently good quality of our feed mixtures. So your animals stay healthy and your company successful!

Göweil Mühle - organic compound feed plant and organic mill

Göweil produces high quality organic cattle food and is known for its high quality premium feed.

The cattle food of the premium brand Göweil is manufactured according to the latest knowledge and strict guidelines. The organic cattle feed is produced in Upper Austria in its own mill according to the "Bio Austria Futter" standard (guidelines from the Bio Verband Österreich). With Göweil animal feed, you and your animal always have the certainty that you are not leaving the feeding to chance.

  • High quality feed according to the latest knowledge and strict guidelines
  • Decades of experience since 1952
  • Premium organic feed certified according to the "Bio Austria Futter" standard

At Agrarzone you will find a high quality selection of concentrate for calves, dairy cows and cattle fattening. The organic dairy cow feed and the organic calf feed from Göweil are organic certified and ideally suited for your organic farm. We will be happy to send you the organic certificate for your company if required.


2. Organic calf feed - Tips for healthy calf rearing

Tip 1: Colostrum

Whether a calf becomes an ordinary dairy cow or a productive high-performance cow is decided in the first weeks of life or if not immediately after birth. The decisive factor here is the quality and amount of colostrum that the newborn calf drinks immediately after birth. What is colostrum? Beast milk is only milk that is milked from the suckler cow shortly after the calf is born. Calves reduced most of the immune system just a few hours after birth. A large amount of colostrum provides the young calf with optimal care after birth, because colostrum is rich in vitamins, protein, minerals, enzymes, amino acids and antibodies.

The recipe for success is: Give your newborn calf as much colostrum as possible (at least 2 liters) immediately after calving and thus promote the health and physical performance of your future dairy cow or fattening cattles.

Tip 2: Milk replacer

High-quality milk protein and milk powder for calves allow the calf's organs to develop optimally and the animal's cell metabolism will be positively influenced in the years to come.

Tip 3: Intensive calf feeding

The technical term "metabolic programming" describes the decisive advantages of intensive feeding of the calf in the first weeks of life. In the first weeks of life, the metabolism of young calves is shaped by the appropriate calf feed that is tailored to organic cattle breeding. The intensity and type of calf feeding affects not only the physical condition and health of the calf, but also future performance in the fattening or as a dairy cow.

Tip 4: Promote rumen with concentrate

You can promote the development of the rumen of a calf very well with a well thought-out feed concept consisting of basic feed (straw, hay) and a concentrate mix. Provide your calf with tasty and healthy organic calf feed and the best hay right from the start, thereby stimulating the decisive development of the rumen.


3. Organic dairy cow feed - Optimize milk performance through vitality & nutrition

Longevity of a dairy cow thanks to good genetics, optimal dairy farming that meets animal needs, healthy organic dairy cow feed for dairy cattle and the associated high milk yield - Healthy dairy cows are decisive for the high demands and success of an organic dairy farm. Only with a healthy, organic dairy cow feed that is tailored to the animals and optimal housing can the genetic engineering advantages of dairy cattle be exploited and good milk quality achieved.

Tips for optimal organic dairy cattle feeding:

  • Versatile feed rations with enough raw fiber such as straw or hay
  • Complementary feed with protein-rich green feed and / or high-energy healthy organic dairy cattle concentrate
  • Distribute cattle feed over several doses to protect the rumen
  • Mix organic dairy cow feed with green fodder
  • Ensure protein supply through the feed with high-quality protein-rich organic dairy feed
  • Change the rations (summer and winter rations) slowly. The rumen bacteria need about 3 weeks to adapt to changes.
  • Feeding errors can cause diarrhea. Promote the health of the cow with special biological supplementary feed.
  • Frequent feed supply and feed feed for a high basic feed intake

How to increase milk gain:

Basic factors in milk payment are the milk ingredients protein and fat. The protein content is particularly valued in the dairy industry.

Ultimately, the higher the milk protein content, the higher the milk gain.

Milk cow feeding and fat content

The ratio of organic dairy cow concentrate to basic feed such as hay or straw has a significant influence on the level of fat content. The acetic acid formed in the rumen is particularly important in milk fat formation. Most of the acetic acid comes from the degradation of digestible plant components in normal feed. The ration amounts in dairy cow feeding should contain about 19% of good raw fibers, at least half of which should be structured, e.g. Hay or straw. Note: Particularly low or very high milk fat values ??always indicate a feeding error and health problems of the cow and should always be avoided!

Milk cow feeding and protein content

The cow's valuable milk protein depends largely on the rumen microorganisms. About two thirds of the total milk protein that the cow has in the small intestine is made available through the rumen bacteria and only one third through the protein in the feed mixture. This means that the rumen bacteria in particular must be supplied with sufficient high-quality protein and energy.

With the best basic feed and organic dairy cow feed that is optimally matched to the dairy cow, you can achieve good bacterial work and thus the best milk ingredients with a visibly good milk fat content. The right dairy feed mix also ensures the fertility and vitality of the dairy cows and increasing milk production. Note: Overfeeding with protein does not improve the milk protein content, but endangers the health of the cow through an excessively stressed cell metabolism!

Here's what you need to know about organic dairy farming:

Tip 1: Cow comfort in the cowshed

Pay attention to any abnormalities in the dairy barn. Do the cows avoid certain areas in the cowshed or do you frequently scratch the wall? Find the cause and eliminate the problem. Whether parasite infestation or poor hygiene - the well-being of a cow is largely responsible for the milk yield. High-quality organic dairy cow feed also contributes significantly to the increase in fertility, vitality and thus to the milk performance of a milk cow.

Tip 2: Keep an eye on fresh lactating cows and dry cows

For the milk yield and vitality of the cow you have to consider a few points during the transit phase. With the right cattle feeding during the dry period, the basis for the next lactation is laid. During this time you should always keep an eye on the condition of the cows. During this time, give the cows a larger feed ration with hay and litter so that they do not lose too much rumen volume during the dry period.

After the calf is born, it is difficult for a cow to eat enough feed to meet the high energy requirements at the start of lactation. The resulting negative energy balance leads to a reduction in body fat and a decrease. Therefore, offer your cows particularly high energy organic dairy cow feed at the beginning of lactation!

Tip 3: Avoid overheating the dairy cattle

Cows don't like it hot! Cows feel particularly comfortable at temperatures below 15 degrees. The hot summer months are therefore not only a challenge for us, but also for the cows and the effects are unmistakable: Decrease in milk yield, changed milk ingredients, less fertility and hoofed deer can reduce the operational success of your dairy farm.

Tip 4: Pay attention to the sufficient water supply

Make sure your cows get enough to drink. Basically, five liters of water per kilo of dry matter, milk yield and ambient temperature must also be taken into account with this rule of thumb. Regular cleaning of the drinking trough and checking the flow rate are important measures for sufficient and clean drinking water.

Tip 5: Avert the feed selection of the dairy cows

Cows should not be able to choose the feed source themselves. A stable rumen pH value is ensured by sufficient crude fiber in the total ration, even with appropriate concentrate feed and in the upper performance range. A selected stable feed mixture consisting of basic feed (hay, straw) and concentrate feed prevents the dairy cattle from eating too little basic feed and selecting feed components.


4. Organic cattle fattening feed - Best meat quality through healthy cattle

Healthy animals mean high meat quality - with a feed management tailored to the cattle and high-quality organic cattle feed, you will achieve profitable success in your company! The basis for a successful young bull fattening is animal-appropriate and needs-based feeding in the rearing phase. High-quality organic cattle feed as a supplementary feed makes a significant contribution to the rapid conversion of the bull calf to fattening and ensures high-quality meat quality that meets organic standards.

Tips for optimal organic cattle fattening:

Tip 1: Switch the calves to cattle fattening correctly

If calves are bought in from intensive cattle fattening, the changeover phase can cause stress in the animals. The stress of auctioning cattle often leads to lower feed intake and thus brings the problems into the cattle shed. An increased susceptibility to diseases and diarrhea can spread to the entire cattle fattening stable. With suitable hygiene measures, you can strengthen the well-being of your fattening bulls and prevent diseases.

Tip 2: Adjust the protein and energy supply to your mast section

In order for the cattle to grow optimally, the protein and energy supply should be adapted to the respective fattening section. The bull mast is divided into two sections from approx. 170 kg to approx. 750 kg (start and end). In the initial fattening up to approx. 400 kg, the cattle has the best prerequisites for the muscle meat preparation and accordingly a large energy and protein requirement. In the final fattening from approx. 400 kg, the muscle meat consumption and the daily gains decrease. Thus, your bull can be supplied with less protein from a certain size.

Tip 3: Pay attention to the rumen acidification of your cattle

Overacidification of the rumen leads to reduced eating performance and restlessness. A low ration of basic feed in the form of raw fibers or an overly intensive feed with a high proportion of grain can cause rumen overreaction in cattle fattening. Therefore, pay attention to a balanced amount of basic feed and fattening feed.

Tip 4: Sufficient and clean drinking water

Regular cleaning of the drinking trough and checking the flow rate are important measures for sufficient and clean drinking water. At the end of the fattening period, the drinking bowls are often too small, which means that the water supply can often not be guaranteed.


5. Helpful products for organic cattle breeding

Discover our huge range of organic cattle farming products in our online shop. Calf huts, Cattle Marker, Cattle clippers and much more can be found in our cattle breeding category.

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