NiaShure™ Precision Release Niacin

NiaShure can help keep your cows cooler this summer – from the inside. Standard heat abatement techniques are important, but now you can help lower her internal body temperature, protecting milk production and reproductive performance during those hot summer months.

NiaShure goes to work quickly with no adaptation period. When you see a heat event coming, add NiaShure. Once the weather cools, you can simply pull it out. That’s precision feeding at its finest.

What is NiaShure

NiaShure is rumen protected niacin that helps lower internal body temperature; protecting milk production and reproductive performance during the hot summer months. Proven as an effective vasodilator in human nutrition, niacin directs blood to the skin and extremities, leading to greater heat transfer and increased sweating. More sweating allows for greater evaporative cooling, which lowers internal body temperature and reduces heat stress.

How does it work

NiaShure works in tandem with other heat abatement techniques to effectively cool your cows. NiaShure is absorbed in the small intestine and goes to work quickly to direct blood to the skin and extremities. This leads to greater heat transfer and increased sweating. More sweating allows for greater evaporative cooling, which lowers internal body temperature and reduces heat stress.
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Balchem Animal Nutrition & Health

Balchem Corporation 
52 Sunrise Park Road
New Hampton, NY 10958
Tel: 800-780-9233 or 845-326-5613
Fax: 845-326-5615

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