Summit Dairy MultiMix

Summit Dairy MultiMix

Summit Dairy MultiMix

Used all year round and is formulated to provide essential sodium and a supplementary source of trace minerals.

Available as a salt mix which is easily combined with feed in troughs or hoppers.

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Features & Benefits

  • Can be fed on its own or added to silages and grains for mineral supplementation
  • Convenient and cost effective and for all year round use
  • Salt supplementation can increase feed intake
  • Trace Minerals for animal health

Dose Rates

  • 45g per lactating cow per day
  • 20g per dry dairy cow per day

Note: Dosing treatment should be introduced and withdrawn gradually over a period of 7-10 days.

1 x 25kg bag = 555 cows (based on recommended dose rate of 45g per lactating cow per day)

Content – Active Elemental Loading

Sodium Chloride 92% Cobalt 80mg/kg
Sodium 36% Iodine 94mg/kg
Zinc 3.9% Selenium 3mg/kg


The Dairy Mineral range is specifically designed for New Zealand pastoral dairy systems to provide an essential source of trace minerals (Se, Co, Zn, I, Cu, Mg) with salt as a carrier. Mineralised salt products are a cost-effective, simple and successful way of preventing mineral deficiencies and maintaining healthy high producing dairy cows.

Whether the farm is set up for delivery via trough, drench or feed there is a product available. The dry mineral mixes (Multimix, Multimag) can be added to silages and grain feeds or fed on their own in feed troughs. The soluble mineral mixes (Liquimag, Liquimin) can be drenched or added to water troughs via manual application or automatic dispensing systems.

SALT– Common salt (sodium chloride) is an essential constituent of an animal’s diet. Because many New Zealand pastures are deficient in sodium, some form of supplementation is often necessary. The benefits of sodium supplementation have long been proven, most recently through a trial conducted near Rotorua by AgResearch in 1999-2000. Dairy cows supplemented with 35gm/day salt achieved an extra 12.8% in milk production. Milk yield responses occurred immediately and continued through the trial.1

Sodium is routinely expelled from the body in milk, urine, faeces, sweat, and saliva. Sodium should be available to farm animals every day and because of this, is a convenient carrier of other minerals.



New Zealand dairy cows grazing pasture are most susceptible to deficiencies of :

  • cobalt
  • copper
  • iodine
  • selenium.

Zinc supplementation is also important for immunity and hoof health.

Trace mineral deficiencies may induce problems such as abortions, retained placentas, mastitis, and infertility.

Some more mineral specific problems are as shown:

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