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Schaumann News 2015

2015 DLG Image Barometer - SCHAUMANN continues to lead
16.12.2015 

As in previous years, animal producers rated SCHAUMANN 1st in the DLG Image Barometer survey.SCHAUMANN’s outstanding result is based on the company’s ongoing, targeted development of its innovative product range, its comprehensive expertise in all areas of animal and feed production, and its competent, customised technical consultancy.

SCHAUMALAC FEED PROTECT XP
24.11.2015 - Starter culture for fermenting liquid feed components

The use of fermented liquid feed plays an important role in supporting beneficial intestinal flora and digestive processes. SCHAUMANN has conducted intensive research into the fermentation of liquid feed components and has now added a new product to the SCHAUMALAC FEED PROTECT range.

The new SGW factor – the innovative growth formula for calf rearing
26.08.2015 

Diarrhoea is often observed in calves in the first days of life and can result in high losses and long-term developmental impairments. To prevent this, calves' digestion needs to be stabilised and harmful microorganisms suppressed. SCHAUMANN's new SGW factor provides for more safety, better health and stronger growth from day 1.

SCHAUMACID PROTECT MONO - A new, highly effective blend of organic acid
07.07.2015 - Trials conducted at Gut Hülsenberg confirm outstanding effect

The recently developed SCHAUMANN acid combination SCHAUMACID PROTECT MONO granulate is an innovative solution that includes various monoglycerides (MCM) with a strong effect against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria

DLG-Image Barometer 2014
06.01.2015 - SCHAUMANN consolidate his longtime leading position

SCHAUMANN consolidate his longtime leading position at the DLG Image Barometer 2014. In the category feed and resources SCHAUMANN constrain the first place. Also this year the innovativ feeding concepts and production-know-how of SCHAUMANN were convincing.

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