North American Feed Ingredients Company

The fact sheets below detail our product components, all the information necessary to store them, as well as the areas where they can be used.

Dairy fat

Prolact CS Fat - Granules

Calcium salts of palm oil fatty acids for dairy cattle / Fine granules light brown
Typical Chemical Analysis
Crude fat: 80% min.
Free fatty acids: 1.5% max.
Fatty acids: 99.0% min.
Triglycerides: 3.0% max.
Unsaturated fatty acids: 46.0% max.
Humidity: 5.0% max.
Calcium: 8.5% min.
Calcium salts of the fatty acids: 80.0% min.
Fatty Acid Composition – Typical Analysis
C12: 0 lauric acid: 0.2% min.
C14: 0 miristic acid: 1.2% min.
C16: 0 palmitic acid: 47% min.
C18: 0 stearic acid: 5% min.
C18: 1 oleic acid: 38% min.
C18: 2 linoleic acid: 8% max.
Physical Analysis
Bulk density: 0.5 g/cm³
Feeding Recommendations
Incorporated into a properly balanced daily ration for dairy cows:
3 weeks prior calving: 110 - 230 g/day
Early lactation: 340 - 500 g/day
Middle lactation: 300 - 500 g/day
Late lactation: 500 - 1 000 g/day

For further product utilization, it is important that an animal feed nutritionist adjusts dosage according to animal’s particular needs.

Weight: 25 KG/900 KG
Store in a cool, dry place.
Shelf Life: 2 years (max.)

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