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LAND O LAKES® Pasteurized Milk Balancer®

Feeding dairy calves pasteurized whole milk can leave gaps in their nutrition if not properly balanced. LAND O LAKES® Pasteurized Milk Balancer® helps fill those nutrition gaps, protect your calves from health challenges and help them reach their full potential.

Advantages for Your Calves

Consistent Dairy Calf Nutrition

Addresses the inconsistencies in nutrients of pasteurized waste milk and ensures a consistent milk supply available for the calf. Studies showed calves fed pasteurized whole milk supplemented with Pasteurized Milk Balancer® calf milk replacer gained 17% more weight from birth to weaning compared to those receiving solely pasteurized waste milk.1 

Medicated Options

LAND O LAKES® Pasteurized Milk Balancer® is available with medicated options.

Fat and Protein

LAND O LAKES® Pasteurized Milk Balancer® is formulated with the energy and nutrients required to meet calves’ needs.
Also available in a Protein Blend option to save investment cost without sacrificing calf performance.

1Land O’Lakes Animal Milk Products Company field trial. 2009. Arizona calf-raising operation. Non-balanced pasteurized milk vs balanced pasteurized milk.

Feeding Dairy Calves

Pasteurized Milk Balancer Mixing Instructions

Add pasteurized milk balancer powder to 110-120° F pasteurized milk based on the solid contents of the pasteurized milk and desired total solids level. Mix thoroughly.
LAND O LAKES® Pasteurized Milk Balancer® offers three options for feeding calves: nutrition boost, pasteurized milk ration and phase feeding. Download the product information guide for full information.

Best Results

Begin feeding pasteurized whole milk with LAND O LAKES® Pasteurized Milk Balancer® on day two after colostrum feeding. Provide fresh, clean water along with a high-quality, palatable calf starter feed on a free-choice basis. Only use low sodium water (<50 ppm) for mixing milk replacer and feeding calves.
Milk should be 105° F when delivered to the calf. Always weigh powder for accurate mixing.