BioZyme introduces DuraFerm brand product line for sheep, goats

Line of small ruminant nutrition supplements is formulated to support the immune system and promote optimal digestive health and nutrition.

BioZyme Inc. recently expanded its product line to include DuraFerm brand nutritional supplements for sheep and goats.

DuraFerm is a line of small ruminant nutrition supplements formulated to support the immune system and promote optimal digestive health and nutrition, resulting in maximized performance at every stage of production, said Erin Creason, BioZyme inside sales coordinator.

"BioZyme is committed to providing high-quality nutritional supplements to the small ruminant sector," Creason said. "All nutrient levels, including macro minerals, trace minerals and vitamins, have been carefully formulated in the DuraFerm products at different levels for each species, along with differences in recommended feeding rates."

DuraFerm brand products include all-natural Goat Concept•Aid, Sheep Concept•Aid and Sheep Concept•Aid Protein Tub. All products are a highly bioavailable, vitamin and mineral supplements specifically designed to target cycling, embryo production and conception when fed 30 days prior to kidding/lambing through breeding. Concept•Aid contains organic zinc, manganese, selenium yeast and high levels of vitamin E to support maximum production and health, particularly within artificial insemination and embryo transfer breeding programs. Additionally, Sheep Concept•Aid helps to prevent white muscle disease and milk fever in sheep.

These products contain BioZyme’s proprietary Amaferm natural prebiotic that increases digestion to maximize the energy value of feed. Amaferm has been shown to increase the energy available to the animal resulting in more milk production, as well as the ability to initiate and maintain pregnancy and fertility.

For more information about the DuraFerm brand, visit www. duraferm.com or contact Erin Creason at (816) 238-7084 or [email protected]

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