Bio Gin

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Complementary feed for dairy and beef cattle. This product stimulates appetite, promotes digestion and supports energy balance and activity. Use this product for longer-term periods.

When to use the product?

Cattle should be fed in balanced amount and with adequate ration. Complementary feeds are used to get maximum productivity from your dairy or beef cows.

How does the product work?

This product is particularly designed to optimize growth and output for dairy and beef cattle farms. We only use premium herbal extract that are scientifically proved to be efficient in complementary feeds.

Why is this product advantageous?

Eleuthrococcus senticosus known as Russian Ginseng is known for the beneficial effects on increasing appetite and boost of the immune system. Urtica extract contains vitamins A, C and K, as well as several B vitamins, minerals such as calcium, iron and magnesium and fats like linolenic acid, palmitic acid and stearic acid.

Hu S, Concha C, Johannisson A, Meglia G and Waller KP reported that ginseng stimulated the immune system of dairy cows as it activated the innate immunity of cows and contributed to the cow’s recovery from mastitis.

Our products are safe and environmental friendly, with no harm to animals. We believe in treating animals well, even when they have economical output. With that starting point, we develop products that will optimize economic output.


<1% crude protein, <1% crude fibre, <1% crude fat, <1% crude ashes, <0.5% lysin, <0.5% methionin, <0.05% sodium.


  • Meat calves: The first 30 days of the fattening period 3 ml per calf per day and 6 ml per calf per day in the last 60 days of the fattening period.
  • Bulls: The first 30 days of the manure period 5 ml per bull per day and during the last 60 days of the manure period 10 ml per bull per day.
  • Dairy cattle: 5 days before to 5 days after calving 10 ml per cow per day.
  • Calves: 4 ml per calf per day through the milk feed.