Do you know what’s inside the calf milk replacer, starter and grower you’re feeding?
Is it complete? Does it have the ingredients your calves need to stay healthy and growing…or is it falling short?
With the Purina®
Program, it’s all in the bag. Designed with you in mind, the AMPLI-CALF®
Program is a complete and convenient calf nutrition package to nurture your calves’ growth today and set a foundation for their future. It has what your calves need, delivered in just three easy steps.
A calf feeding program designed around lasting calf nutrition
Investing in calf milk replacer, calf starter and grower feed can have a positive impact on their health and growth today and impact future lactation performance. Whether you want improved calf growth, to minimize weaning slumps, earn additional milk production or see a faster return on your investment, the AMPLI-CALF®
Program can help you meet your farm goals and impact your bottom line potential.
Research shows that calves reach their genetic potential and achieve 6,588 pounds1
more milk through three lactations when fed all three steps of the AMPLI-CALF® Program
Each step delivers the specific nutrition calves need during their development, and all three steps are connected by a special blend of ingredients, including:
- Smell and flavor enhancers to help calves eat more
- Energy to support growth
- Prebiotics to support gut health and the immune system, so calves can use energy to grow
- Highly digestible fiber to help maintain rumen development
This all-inclusive calf feeding program has been carefully researched by Purina Animal Nutrition and tested by calf raisers across the country.
We’re delivering a more complete package of nutrients to the calf. By meeting the nutritional needs of our calves starting on day one, we can help growth frisky, thriving calves and prepare them for peak performance as a cow.
to your local Purina calf and heifer specialist to start feeding your calves the AMPLI-CALF®
Program or learn more about this proven three-step calf program
1Compared to calves fed an above average nutrition diet on the same farm. 314,760 lactation observations and 344 animals studied at the Purina Animal Nutrition Center from April 2007 to April 2017