H.J. Baker & Bro., Inc. released results of a 30-cow University of Georgia trial that showed MetaboLys BY-PASS LYSINE is digestible in the small intestine, but resists degradation by ruminal microorganisms. The result is a 3.13-kilogram (6.9-pound) increase in milk production per day per cow.

Dr. John K. Bernard, Ph.D., Dipl. ACAN of the Animal & Dairy Science Department at the University of Georgia stated: “Results of the trial show approximately 89 percent of MetaboLys BY-PASS LYSINE was undegraded after 16 hours of ruminal exposure and approximately 80 percent was digested in the small intestine. Therefore the metabolizable lysine content of MetaboLys BY-PASS LYSINE is 70.55 percent.” PD


—From H.J. Baker news release