LAND O LAKES® Pasteurized Milk Balancer®

LAND O LAKES® Pasteurized Milk Balancer®

LAND O LAKES® Pasteurized Milk Balancer® helps improve the performance of pasteurized milk to deliver consistent levels of nutrients and milk supply — while delivering vitamins, minerals, fly control and feed technologies.

For optimal results, feed in combination with AMPLI-CALF® Starter Feed through 12 weeks and transition to AMPLI-CALF® Grower Feed at 12-13 weeks-24 weeks of age.

Features & Benefits

Consistent Dairy Calf Nutrition

Addresses the inconsistencies in nutrients of pasteurized waste milk and ensures a consistent milk supply available for the calf. Studies showed calves fed pasteurized whole milk supplemented with Pasteurized Milk Balancer® calf milk replacer gained 17% more weight from birth to weaning compared to those receiving solely pasteurized waste milk.1

Land O’Lakes Animal Milk Products Company field trial. 2009. Arizona calf-raising operation. Non-balanced pasteurized milk vs balanced pasteurized milk.

Medicated Options

LAND O LAKES® Pasteurized Milk Balancer® is available with medicated options.

Fat and Protein

LAND O LAKES® Pasteurized Milk Balancer® is formulated with the energy and nutrients required to meet calves’ needs.
Also available in a Protein Blend option to save investment cost without sacrificing calf performance.

Feeding Directions


Pasteurized Milk Balancer Mixing Instructions

Add pasteurized milk balancer powder to 110-120° F pasteurized milk based on the solid contents of the pasteurized milk and desired total solids level. Mix thoroughly. LAND O LAKES® Pasteurized Milk Balancer® offers three options for feeding calves: nutrition boost, pasteurized milk ration and phase feeding. Download the product information guide for full information.
Best Results
Begin feeding pasteurized whole milk with LAND O LAKES® Pasteurized Milk Balancer® on day two after colostrum feeding. Provide fresh, clean water along with a high-quality, palatable calf starter feed on a free-choice basis. Only use low sodium water (<50 ppm) for mixing milk replacer and feeding calves.
Milk should be 105 degrees F when delivered to the calf. Always weigh powder for accurate mixing.