Livestock Water Treatment Solutions

Optimize Livestock Health with Advanced Water Treatment Solutions

Ensuring the health and productivity of your livestock is a top priority for any agricultural operation in Cedar Falls, Iowa. One often-overlooked aspect of livestock management is water quality. Poor-quality water can negatively impact the health and performance of poultry, dairy cattle, beef cattle, and swine. That’s why investing in livestock water treatment solutions is essential for maintaining optimal conditions and maximizing productivity.

Poultry farming requires precise management practices to support the growth and well-being of birds. Water quality plays a critical role in poultry health, as contaminated water can lead to disease outbreaks and reduced performance. Our livestock water treatment solutions are specifically designed to address the unique needs of poultry operations, ensuring clean, safe water for drinking and sanitation.

Dairy cattle require ample water for hydration and milk production. High-quality water is essential to maintain milk production levels and prevent health issues in dairy herds. Our water treatment solutions for dairy cattle operations target common contaminants such as bacteria, sediment, and minerals, providing dairy farmers with peace of mind and healthier cows.

Beef cattle raised for meat production also benefit from clean, safe drinking water. Adequate hydration is essential for beef cattle health and growth, especially during hot weather or periods of stress. Our livestock water treatment solutions help beef cattle producers maintain optimal water quality, reducing the risk of dehydration and improving overall herd performance.

Swine operations rely on water for hydration, feed processing, and sanitation. Contaminated water can contribute to disease transmission and digestive issues in swine herds, leading to decreased productivity and increased veterinary costs. Our water treatment solutions for swine operations target pathogens and other contaminants, ensuring a hygienic water supply for pigs and improving overall farm efficiency.

At Janssen Ventures Inc, we understand the importance of water quality in livestock production. Our comprehensive water treatment solutions are tailored to the unique needs of poultry, dairy cattle, beef cattle, and swine operations, helping farmers optimize animal health and performance. Contact us today to learn more about how our livestock water treatment solutions can benefit your agricultural operation in the Midwest.

Refer to Dr. Susan Watkins article on Practical Steps to Clean Water under our Resource Center.

Clean water will increase the water intake per cow per day. We know when a cow drinks more water she eats more feed and produces more milk We have seen excellent responses in herds that use Oxy Blast Plus in the prevention of sub-clinical and clinical mastitis; breeding diseases associated with uterine infection, the number of services to settle delayed heat cycles; and also leg health problems such as hairy warts, abscesses, or foot rot. Oxy Blast Plus will flood the body with oxygen on a daily basis and stabilize the immune system response. It will build the hemoglobin, which is the oxygen and nutrient carrying capacity of the blood. When we do this, we allow the body’s immune system to function more normally on a daily basis rather than go through peaks and valleys based on how well the cow is digesting her feed. Also, when a cow is under stress, she may eat her feed but, not digest it as well as she could, so the manure will be more inconsistent in texture and color. Oxy Blast Plus in the water helps alleviate the stresses.

The use of Oxy Blast for beef cattle production is a very important “tool” to improve the quality of the most important nutrient – water. Water is the most quantitative nutrient of the body in any species. Water consumption always determines dry matter feed intake. Water plays many major roles in all of the body’s normal functions.

The amount of Oxy Blast to be used in the drinking water for growing and finishing beef cattle ranges from 50 to 100 ppm. The best and most consistent results are achieved at 75 to 100 ppm. For new incoming cattle to the feedlot with challenges from stress, a higher pulse rate of two times normal rate is very helpful for the first week to 10 days. The same amounts apply to beef cows in a dry lot.

Advantages of Oxy Blast For Swine