Once Rumensin was introduced in 1976, cattle producers had an FDA-approved feed ingredient that helped them improve feed efficiency. Soon after, Rumensin was approved to help prevent and control coccidiosis.
Continuous innovation and research has led to Rumensin being approved for use in dairy and beef replacement heifers, beef cows, calves and in dairy cows, helping dairy producers increase milk production efficiency by delivering more milk per pound of feed.†
Whether you’re running a 300-head cow/calf operation, milking 500 cows a day or managing the nutrition of thousands of cattle in a feedyard, there’s a lifetime of work, dedication and trust that goes into making each day a success. Here are just a few of the people who are working to make that happen.