MaxCare Premium Calf Milk Replacer

Premium quality and value for money.

MaxCare Premium is a calf milk replacer which delivers high nutrient density and a comprehensive additive profile in an all in one package. MaxCare Premium is a quality, value-for-money alternative that is ideal for getting the best out of your calves.

  • MaxCare® Premium Contents

    Bovatec® - for increased live weight gains in calves and heifers. Bovatec® has been shown to control the clinical signs of coccidiosis and reduce faecal shedding of E. zuernii and E. bovis. When coccidiosis is controlled, calves are more likely to reach their full potential.

    Betaine - incorporated to aid in the hydration of your calves, also improving digestion and disease resistance to help you achieve your growth and productivity targets.

    Host-Specific Probiotics - a high concentration of rumen specific bacteria specifically chosen to increase competition against pathogens to aid calf health and enhance microbial populations to aid digestion.

    Acidifiers - high concentrations of organic and inorganic acids incorporated to facilitate conditions in the stomach that are not conducive to the growth and proliferation of the bacterial pathogens helping to improve animal health. It also produces conditions that are more suited to the efficient digestion of the nutrients aiding improved growth rates.

    Amino Acids - calves have requirements of specific amino acids to optimize their growth and feed efficiency. MaxCare’s specific formulation addresses this requirement to deliver balanced essential protein to aid in efficient growth of your calves.

    Vitamins & Minerals - specifically formulated to ensure optimum calf requirements are met to maximise growth, development and health of your calves. A balanced blend of organic and inorganic minerals.

  • MaxCare® Premium Nutrition (Typical Analysis)
    Protein 26% Folic Acid 1.0 mg/kg
    Fat 21% Vitamin C 250 mg/kg
    Metabolisable Energy 19.0 MJ/kg Calcium 0.75%
    Vitamin A 16,000 iu/kg DP (Digestible Phosphorus) 0.35%
    Vitamin D3 1,500 iu/kg Sodium 0.18%
    Vitamin E 60 mg/kg Zinc (organic & inorganic) 60 mg/kg
    Vitamin K3 5 mg/kg Manganese (organic & inorganic) 40 mg/kg
    Vitamin B1 5 mg/kg Iron (organic) 120 mg/kg
    Vitamin B2 18 mg/kg Iodine 0.5 mg/kg
    Niacin (B3) 20 mg/kg Selenium 0.30 mg/kg
    Pantothenic (B5) 20 mg/kg Copper 15 mg/kg
    Pyridoxine (B6) 6.5 mg/kg Antioxidant 5 mg/kg
    Vitamin B12 0.08 mg/kg Lasalocid (Bovatec®) 100 mg/kg
    Biotin 0.1 mg/kg

    Definition of typical analysis. 

  • How to Prepare

     

    Add MaxCare Premium CMR to half the required volume of fresh, clean water at 38 to 40°C. Mix until fully dissolved. Add water to required volume. Example: If mixing 2 litres – add 1 litre of water into mixing container, add 250 grams of MaxCare CMR, mix until dissolved, then add water to make mix up to 2 litres in total.

  • MaxCare® Premium Feeding Guidelines

    Group Feeding Systems (group size > 10 calves or uncontrolled smaller group feeding):

    Calf age Twice daily feeding Once daily feeding*
    Day 1 Minimum of 4 Litres best quality colostrum ( ideally ≥22% Brix) as soon as possible after birth.
    Day 2-7 135^g/L: 1.5-2.5L per feed, max of 5L/day 135g/L: 1.5- 2.5L per feed, max 2.5 L/day
    Day 8-21 135g/L: 2.5-3L per feed, max 6L/day 135g/L: 2.5-4L per feed, max 4L/day
    Day 22-49 135g/L: 3-3.5L per feed, max 7L/day 135g/L: 4-4.5L per feed, max 4.5L/day
    Day 50 - weaning 135g/L: taper volume by 0.5L/day dependent on calf starter consumption. 135g/L: taper volume by 0.5L/day dependent on calf starter consumption.

    *Once daily feeding in large group feeding systems is limited by physical capacity to consume milk, thus growth rates may be adversely affected especially in the first 4 weeks of life when calf starter consumption is negligible. ^135g/L is approximately 12.7% total solids.

     

    Individual Feeding Systems (group size < 10 calves with partitioned feeders or feeding stalls/head bails):

    Calf age Twice daily feeding Once daily feeding
    Day 1 Minimum of 4 Litres best quality colostrum ( ideally ≥22% Brix) as soon as possible after birth.
    Day 2-7 155*g/L: 1.5-2L per feed, max of 4L/day 155g/L: 1.5- 2.5 L per feed, max 2.5L/day
    Day 8-21 155g/L: 2.5-3L per feed, max 6L/day 155g/L: 2.5-3.5 L per feed, max 3.5L/day
    Day 22-49 155g/L: 3L per feed, max 6 L/day 155g/L: 3.5L per feed, max 3.5L/day
    Day 50 - weaning 155g/L: taper volume by 0.5L/day dependent on calf starter consumption. 155g/L: taper volume by 0.5L/day dependent on calf starter consumption.

    *155g/L is approximately 14.6% total solids.

     

    Auto-feeder Systems:

    Calf age Twice daily feeding Once daily feeding*
    Day 1 Minimum of 4 Litres best quality colostrum ( ideally ≥22% Brix) as soon as possible after birth
    Day 2-7 135*g/L: max 1.5-2.5L per feed, return time of 1.5-2 hours, min 4L/day, max 4.5L/day
    Day 8-21 135g/L: max 2.5-3L per feed, return time of 1.5-2 hours, min 4L/day, max 6L/day
    Day 22-49 135g/L: max 3L per feed, return time of 1.5-2 hours, min 4L/day, max 8L/day
    Day 50 - weaning 135g/L: max 3L per feed, return time of 2-3 hours, taper volume by 0.5-1.0L per day dependent on calf starter consumption.

    *135g/L is approximately 12.7% total solids.

     

    Fortified Milk Feeding Guidelines:

    Fortified milk should only be used in individual feeding systems (stall, headbails) or small feeding groups of < 10 calves with partitioned feeders and attentive staff. The following guidelines are suggested feeding programs only. For specific nutritional advice discuss a tailored program with your veterinarian and MaxCare provider.

    Calf age Twice daily feeding Once daily feeding*
    Day 1 Minimum of 4 Litres best quality colostrum ( ideally ≥22% Brix) as soon as possible after birth
    Day 2-7 30^g/L: 1.5-2L per feed, max of 4L/day 30g/L: 2- 2.5 L per feed, max 2.5L/day
    Day 8-21 30g/L:  2-2.5L per feed, max 5L/day 30g/L: 2.5-3.0L per feed, max 3.0L/day
    Day 22-49 30g/L: 3L per feed, max 6L/day 30g/L: 3.0-3.5L per feed, max 3.5L/day
    Day 50 - weaning 30g/L: taper volume by 0.5L/day dependent on calf starter consumption. 30g/L: taper volume by 0.5L/day dependent on calf starter consumption.

    *Once daily feeding of fortified milk is limited by physical capacity and the risk of abomasal bloat syndrome. ^30g/L milk is approximately 15.1% total solids.