Meeting the metabolizable needs of the high-producing cow is a ration-formulating challenge. There is a maximum limit on the amount of degradable protein that can be used by ruminal microbes to synthesize metabolizable protein for the cow.
Too much of the protein you feed your herd may be breaking down in the rumen, and you need to replace some degradable protein with some bypass protein. By limiting protein breakdown in the rumen and providing a desirable profile of amino acids in the bypass portion, you may be able to lower total crude protein in the ration and thereby reduce total feed costs. With SoyPlus®, bypass proteins deliver the amino acids cows need to achieve a higher performance, saving money and increasing the efficiency of your herd.
Introduced to the dairy industry as a high quality bypass protein in 1984, SoyPlus quickly became recognized as the gold standard of dairy nutrition because of its quality and consistency.
Supported by dozens of scientific studies and upheld by stringent production and quality control measures, SoyPlus has earned a reputation for providing consistent, quality results, a reputation it still holds today.
SoyPlus is manufactured using an all-natural, mechanical expeller process.
Universities have trusted SoyPlus in more than 180 published trials over more than 30 years to provide a desirable amino acid profile, high intestinal digestibility and reliable RUP values. With more than 400 different monitoring points, SoyPlus proteins consistently achieve maximum rumen bypass and 93% intestinal digestibility, lot after lot and year after year.
In the manufacturing of plant-based bypass proteins, the increases in the rumen bypass characteristics can sometimes result in decreased intestinal digestibility of the bypass portion. The SoyPlus manufacturing process is designed to optimize the relationship between ruminal bypass and intestinal digestibility.
Years of university research and third-party laboratory testing verify that both the ruminal bypass and intestinal digestibility of the proteins in SoyPlus have been maximized.
SoyPlus is higher in energy than solvent extracted products. SoyPlus contains essential fatty acids which can replace some of the supplemental fat sources that may be added separately to the ration. With a fat percentage of roughly 6%, SoyPlus provides higher energy content than solvent-extracted products providing average fat of 1-2%.
Even the small portion of protein that is ruminally degradable still makes valuable contributions to the metabolizable protein supply to the animal.
The rumen degradable protein in SoyPlus exists as quickly-metabolized soluble protein and more slowly degraded proteins to provide a steady supply of nitrogen necessary for microbial growth. SoyPlus contains a good mix of sugars, starches, and highly digestible soluble fiber. Together, the degradable protein and energy sources drive rumen microbial growth and enhance rumen microbial digestion of the entire ration.
SoyPlus® has a pleasant roasted aroma. The higher fat content contributes flavor and dust control resulting in high dry matter intake and more milk production.
Cows love it!
Unlike solvent extracted soybean meal, some of which is made with hexane, SoyPlus is made without added chemicals. It is entirely plant derived.
Our soybeans are cracked, heated, and squeezed. This removes much of the oil while increasing the RUP content and preserving the integrity of the raw ingredient.
Your decision on which protein products will best supply the metabolizable protein and essential amino acids your cows need while supplying energy and supporting microbial protein production should be based on a review of controlled research data. SoyPlus has been extensively researched at major universities throughout the USA. Using SoyPlus to balance degradable and undegradable protein ratios and supply limiting amino acids allows for lower total protein diets to reduce feed costs while maintaining or improving milk production and components.
Consistency in feed ingredients matters, and the rigorous testing applied to SoyPlus ensures that what we claim our product to be is what you actually get. SoyPlus is routinely subjected to not just one, but two protein analytical procedures. The RUP content is verified via ongoing in situ testing as well as being subjected to additional evaluation using the “Ross” in vitro method. The SoyPlus manufacturing process is ISO and HACCP certified.
Research & Trial Results
SoyPlus® positively benefits dairy farmers around the globe by offering a positive return on investment for milk production as a high quality protein source. As a dairy bypass feed ingredient, SoyPlus delivers a research-proven 60% bypass protein with an excellent profile of available amino acids, including lysine and methionine, key in milk production. Used in more than 180 published university trials, SoyPlus is the established industry constant.
What is Protein Bypass?
Bypass protein, or ruminally undegradable protein (RUP), is defined as that portion of dietary protein that escapes degradation by ruminal microorganisms.
Bypass protein from feed, along with microbial protein synthesized in the rumen, is passed into the small intestine for digestion and absorption. Bypass protein helps support production that exceeds levels that can be supported by microbial protein alone.
The purpose of feeding bypass protein is to supply amino acids that may be absent or lowered in a cow's current diet. The addition of these amino acids can lead to increased milk production. Soybean-based bypass proteins are considered very high quality protein because of their amino acid profile.
Effects of Saccharomyces cervisiea fermentation product on heat-stressed dairy cows.
Comparison of prepartum low-energy and high-energy diets with a 2-diet far-off and close-up strategy for multiparous and primiparous cows.
Evaluating acute inflammation’s effects on hepatic triglyceride content in experimentally induced hyperlipidemic dairy cows in late lactation.
Effects of maintaining eucalcemia following immunoactivation in lactating Holstein dairy cows.
Effect of diet induced negative energy balance on the feed behavior of dairy cows.
Effect of a high-protein corn product compared with soy and canola protein sources on nutrient digestibility and production responses in mid-lactation dairy cows.
Post-ruminal supplies of glucose and casein, but not acetate, stimulate milk protein synthesis in dairy cows through differential effects on mammary metabolism.
The effect of prepartum negative dietary cation-anion difference and serum calcium concentration on blood neutrophil function in the transition period of healthy dairy cows.
Dose-response effect of 3-nitrooxypropanol on enteric methane emissions in dairy cows
Production responses to rumen-protected choline and methionine supplemented during the periparturient period differ for primi- and multiparous cows.
Evaluating a heat stress model: the effects of an electric heat blanket and nutritional plane on lactating dairy cows.
Comparison of milk production, intake, and total-tract nutrient digestion in lactating dairy cattle diets containing either wheat middlings and urea, commercial fermentation by-product, or rumen-protected soybean meal.
Effect of molasses-based liquid feed supplementation to a high-straw dry cow diet on feed intake, health, and performance of dairy cows across the transition period.
Effect of feeding hay and calf starter as a mixture or as separate components to Holstein calves on intake, growth, and blood metabolite and hormone concentrations.
Relationship of residual feed intake and protein efficiency in lactating cows fed high- or low-protein diets.
Effects of rumen-protected methionine on lactation performance and physiological variables during a heat stress challenge in lactating Holstein cows.
Exposure to chronic light-dark phase shifts during the prepartum non-lactating period attenuated circadian rhythms, decreases blood glucose, and increases milk yield in the subsequent lactation.
Effect of subclinical and clinical hypocalcemia and dietary cation-anion difference on rumination activity in periparturient dairy cows.
The dynamic behavior of feed efficiency in primiparous dairy cattle.
Moisture content of high-straw dry cow diets affects intake, health and performance of transition dairy cows.
Effect of 3-nitrooxypropanol on rumen fermentation, lactational performance, and resumption of ovarian cyclicity in dairy cows.
Effects of feeding live yeast at 2 dosages on performance and feeding behavior of dairy cows under heat stress.
Effects of wheat straw chop length in high-straw dry cow diets on intake, health and performance of dairy cows across the transition period.
Effects of dietary zinc source metabolic and immunological response to lipopolysaccharide in lactating Holstein dairy cows.
The effect of uncouplers of oxidative phosphorylation on the feeding behavior of lactating dairy cows.
Ruminal fermentation, kinetics, and total-tract digestibility of lactating dairy cows fed distillers dried grains with solubles in low- and high-forage diets
Short Communication: Effects of feeding purple corn (Zea mays L.) silage on productivity and blood superoxide dismutase concentration in lactating cows.
Effect of experimental design on responses to 2 concentrations of metabolizable protein in multiparous dairy cows.
Changes in fermentation and animal performance during recovery from classical diet-induced milk fat depression using corn with different rates of starch degradability.
Assessing bioavailability of rumen protected methionine and lysine prototypes
Rumen digestion kinetics, microbial yield, and omasal flows of non-microbial, bacterial, and protozoal amino acids in lactating dairy cattle fed fermentation by-products or urea as a soluble nitrogen source.
Effects of a commercial fermentation byproduct or urea on milk production, rumen metabolism, and omasal flow of nutrients in lactating dairy cattle.
Starch and dextrose at 2 levels of rumen degradable-protein in iso-nitrogenous diets: Effects on lactation performance, ruminal measurements, methane emission, digestibility and nitrogen balance of dairy cows.
Production of dairy cows fed distillers dried grains with solubles in low- and high-forage diets.
Particle size and endosperm type of dry corn altered duodenal flow of B vitamins in lactating dairy cows.
Mining data from milk infrared spectroscopy to improve feed intake predictions in lactating dairy cows.
Feeding reduced-fat dried distillers grains with solubles to lactating Holstein dairy cows does not alter milk composition or cause late blowing in cheese.
Comparison of 0.46% calcium diets with and without anions with a 0.7% calcium anionic diet as a means to reduce periparturient hypocalcemia.
Inclusion of brown midrib dwarf pearl millet silage in the diet of lactating dairy cows.
Apparent ruminal synthesis of B vitamins in lactating dairy cows fed diets with different forage to concentrate ratios.
The effect of cation source and dietary cation-anion difference on rumen ion concentrations in lactating dairy cows.
Effects of slow-release urea and rumen-protected methionine and histidine on mammalian target or rapamycin (mTOR) signaling and ubiquitin proteasome-related gene expression in skeletal muscle of dairy cows.
Effects of 3-nitrooxypropanol on methane and hydrogen emissions, methane isotropic signature, and ruminal fermentation in dairy cows
Supplementing Zn, Cu and Mn from amino acid complexes and Co from cobalt glucoheptonate during the peripartal period benefits postpartal performance and blood neutrophil function
Saturated fat supplementation interacts with dietary forage neutral detergent fiber content during the immediate postpartum and carryover periods in Holstein cows: Production responses and digestibility of nutrients
Extruded soybean meal increased feed intake and milk production in dairy cows
Feeding fat from distillers dried grains with solubles to dairy heifers: I. Effects on growth performance and total-tract digestibility of nutrients
Effects of slow-release urea and rumen-protected methionine and histidine on performance of dairy cows
Effects of intrajugular glucose infusion on feed intake, milk yield, and metabolic responses of early postpartum cows fed diets varying in protein and starch concentration
Dietary starch source and protein degradability in diets containing sucrose: Effects on ruminal measures and proposed mechanism for degradable protein effects
Supplemental Smartamine M or MetaSmart during the transition period benefits postpartal cow performance and blood neutrophil function
Short communication: Glucose infusion into early postpartum cows defines an upper physiological set point for blood glucose and causes rapid and reversible changes in blood hormones and metabolites
Immune and production responses of dairy cows to postruminal supplementation with phytonutrients
Response profiles of enteric methane emissions and lactational performance during habituation to dietary coconut oil in dairy cows
Decline in mammary translational capacity during intravenous glucose infusion into lactating dairy cows
Nutrient demand interacts with forage family to affect digestion responses in dairy cows
Rates of particle size reduction and passage are faster for legume compared with cool-season grass, resulting in lower rumen fill and less effective fiber
Nutrient demand interacts with legume particle length to affect digestion responses and rumen pool sizes in dairy cows
Effect of cooling heat-stressed dairy cows during the dry period on insulin response
Enteric methane emissions and lactational performance of Holstein cows fed different concentrations of coconut oil
Effect of adding a mycotoxin-sequestering agent on milk aflatoxin M1 concentration and the performance and immune response of dairy cattle fed an aflatoxin B1-contaminated diet
Interaction of unsaturated fat or coconut oil with monensin in lactating dairy cows fed 12 times daily. I. Protozoal abundance, nutrient digestibility, and microbial protein flow to the omasum
Effects of lactation and pregnancy on metabolic and hormonal responses and expression of selected conceptus and endometrial genes of Holstein dairy cattle
Nutrient demand interacts with grass particle length to affect digestion responses and chewing activity in dairy cows
Effects of feeding crude glycerin on performance and ruminal kinetics of lactating Holstein cows fed corn silage- or cottonseed hull-based, low-fiber diets
Use of Prevotella bryantii 25A and a commercial probiotic during subacute acidosis challenge in midlactation dairy cows
Comparison of effects of dietary coconut oil and animal fat blend on lactational performance of Holstein cows fed a high-starch diet
Stay-green ranking and maturity of corn hybrids: 2. Effects on the performance of lactating dairy cows
Nutrient demand interacts with grass maturity to affect milk fat concentration and digestion responses in dairy cows
Effects of Saccharomyces cerevisiae fermentation product on ruminal starch digestion are dependent upon dry matter intake for lactating cows
Overfeeding a moderate energy diet prepartum does not impair bovine subcutaneous adipose tissue insulin signal transduction and induces marked changes in peripartal gene network expression
Effects of differential supplementation of fatty acids during the peripartum and breeding periods of Holstein cows: I. Uterine and metabolic responses, reproduction, and lactation
Performance, metabolic, and endocrine responses of periparturient Holstein cows fed 3 sources of fat
Heat stress abatement during the dry period influences metabolic gene expression and improves immune status in the transition period of dairy cows
Effect of forage-to-concentrate ratio in dairy cow diets on emission of methane, carbon dioxide, and ammonia, lactation performance, and manure excretion
Effect of feeding different sources of rumen-protected methionine on milk production and N-utilization in lactating dairy cows
Effects of jugular-infused lysine, methionine, and branched-chain amino acids on milk protein synthesis in high-producing dairy cows
Effect of fibrolytic enzyme application to low- and high-concentrate diets on the performance of lactating dairy cattle
Lactation performance and amino acid utilization of cows fed increasing amounts of reduced-fat dried distillers grains with solubles
Effect of dietary modifications of calcium and magnesium on reducing solubility of phosphorus in feces from lactating dairy cows
Carbohydrate source and protein degradability alter lactation, ruminal, and blood measures
Saccharomyces cerevisiae fermentation product in dairy cow diets containing dried distillers grains plus solubles
Prepartum dietary management of energy intake affects postpartum intake and lactation performance by primiparous and multiparous Holstein cows
Performance and amino acid utilization of early lactation dairy cows fed regular or reduced-fat dried distillers grains with solubles
Replacement of starch from corn with nonforage fiber from distillers grains and soyhulls in diets of lactating dairy cows
Intestinal digestibility of amino acids in rumen-undegraded protein estimated using a precision-fed cecectomized rooster bioassay: II. Distillers dried grains with solubles and fish meal
Optimal dairy farm adjustments to increased utilization of corn distillers dried grains with solubles
Heat-stress abatement during the dry period: Does cooling improve transition into lactation?
Effects of anion supplementation to low-potassium prepartum diets on macromineral status and performance of periparturient dairy cows
Evaluation of catfish oil as a feedstuff for lactating Holstein cows
Comparison of reproductive performance in lactating dairy cows bred by natural service or timed artificial insemination
Evaluation of rumen-protected methionine sources and period length on performance of lactating dairy cows within Latin squares
Effect of acarbose on milk yield and composition in early-lactation dairy cattle fed a ration to induce subacute ruminal acidosis
Increasing dietary sugar concentration may improve dry matter intake, ruminal fermentation, and productivity of dairy cows in the postpartum phase of the transition period
Effects of feeding Fermenten on ruminal fermentation in lactating Holstein cows fed two dietary sugar concentrations
Nutrient demand interacts with forage family to affect nitrogen digestion and utilization responses in dairy cows
Effect of a low-moisture buffer block on ruminal pH in lactating dairy cattle induced with subacute ruminal acidosis
Yeast culture supplementation prevented milk fat depression by a short-term dietary challenge with fermentable starch
Timothy hays differing in dietary cation-anion difference affect the capability of dairy cows to maintain their calcium homeostasis
Ruminal Phosphorus Disappearance from Corn and Soybean Feedstuffs
Milk Synthetic Response of the Bovine Mammary Gland to an Increase in the Local Concentration of Amino Acids and Acetate
Rumen Digestion and Nutritional Efficiency of Dairy Heifers Limit-Fed a High Forage Ration to Four Levels of Dry Matter Intake
Effects of Feeding a Dietary Antioxidant in Diets with Oxidized Fat on Lactation Performance and Antioxidant Status of the Cow
Prevotella bryantii 25A Used as a Probiotic in Early-Lactation Dairy Cows: Effect on Ruminal Fermentation Characteristics, Milk Production, and Milk Composition
Effects of Feeding Prepubertal Heifers a High-Energy Diet for Three, Six, or Twelve Weeks on Feed Intake, Body Growth, and Fat Deposition
Nutrient Demand Interacts with Forage Family to Affect Intake and Digestion Responses in Dairy Cows
Timothy Hay with a Low Dietary Cation-Anion Difference Improves Calcium Homeostasis in Periparturient Holstein Cows
Effect of Glutamine Supplementation on Splanchnic Metabolism in Lactating Dairy Cows
Ruminal and Intestinal Degradability of Distillers Grains plus Solubles Varies by Source
Depression in Feed Intake by a Highly Fermentable Diet Is Related to Plasma Insulin Concentration and Insulin Response to Glucose Infusion
Nutrient Demand Affects Ruminal Digestion Responses to a Change in Dietary Forage Concentration
Short Communication: Rate of Propionate Infusion Within Meals Does Not Influence Feeding Behavior
Dietary L-Carnitine Affects Periparturient Nutrient Metabolism and Lactation in Multiparous Cows
Phlorizin Induces Lipolysis and Alters Meal Patterns in Both Early-and Late-Lactation Dairy Cows
Effect of L-Carnitine Infusion and Feed Restriction on Carnitine Status in Lactating Holstein Cows
Effect of Direct-Fed Microbials on Performance, Diet Digestibility, and Rumen Characteristics of Holstein Dairy Cows
Effects of Feeding Fish Meal and n-3 Fatty Acids on Milk Yield and Metabolic Responses in Early Lactating Dairy Cows
Slow-Release Urea and Highly Fermentable Sugars in Diets Fed to Lactating Dairy Cows
Metabolic Effects of Abomasal L-Carnitine Infusion and Feed Restriction in Lactating Holstein Cows
The Effect of Trace Mineral Fortification Level and Source on Performance of Dairy Cattle
Pregnancy, Bovine Somatotropin, and Dietary n-3 Fatty Acids in Lactating Dairy Cows: I. Ovarian, Conceptus, and Growth Hormone–Insulin-Like Growth Factor System Responses
Feeding Lactose to Increase Ruminal Butyrate and the Metabolic Status of Transition Dairy Cows
Effects of Dietary Unsaturated Fatty Acids on Oocyte Quality and Follicular Development in Lactating Dairy Cows in Summer
Lipid Metabolite Profiles and Milk Production for Holstein and Jersey Cows Fed Rumen-Protected Choline During the Periparturient Period
Diets During Far-Off and Close-Up Dry Periods Affect Periparturient Metabolism and Lactation in Multiparous Cows
Effect of Postruminal Glutamine Supplementation on Immune Response and Milk Production in Dairy Cows
Effects of Photoperiod During the Dry Period on Prolactin, Prolactin Receptor, and Milk Production of Dairy Cows
Improving Intestinal Amino Acid Supply of Pre- and Postpartum Dairy Cows with Rumen-Protected Methionine and Lysine
Effects of Dietary α-Amylase on Metabolism and Performance of Transition Dairy Cows
Effects of Feeding Propionate and Calcium Salts of Long-Chain Fatty Acids on Transition Dairy Cow Performance
Lactation Performance of Holstein Cows Fed Fescue, Orchardgrass, or Alfalfa Silage
Feeding 2-Hydroxy-4-(Methylthio)-Butanoic Acid to Periparturient Dairy Cows Improves Milk Production but not Hepatic Metabolism
Effect of Feeding Whole, Unprocessed Sunflower Seeds and Flaxseed on Milk Production, Milk Composition, and Prostaglandin Secretion in Dairy Cows
Effect of Inhibitor Concentration and End-Product Accumulation on Estimates of Ruminal in Vitro Protein Degradation
Comparison of Conventional Linted Cottonseed and Mechanically Delinted Cottonseed in Diets for Dairy Cows
The Effect of Steam Flaked or Dry Ground Corn and Supplemental Phytic Acid on Nitrogen Partitioning in Lactating Cows and Ammonia Emission from Manure
Feeding Glycerol to Transition Dairy Cows: Effects on Blood Metabolites and Lactation Performance
Milk Fat Responses to a Change in Diet Fermentability Vary by Production Level in Dairy Cattle
Influence of Dietary Nonfiber Carbohydrate Concentration and Supplementation of Sucrose on Lactation Performance of Cows Fed Fescue Silage
Growth Hormone (GH) Binding and Expression of GH Receptor 1A mRNA in Hepatic Tissue of Periparturient Dairy Cows
Effects of Supplemental Energy on Metabolic and Immune Measurements in Periparturient Dairy Cows with Johne's Disease
Effect of Two Levels of Crude Protein and Methionine Supplementation on Performance of Dairy Cows
Production Response of Lactating Cows Fed Dried Versus Wet Brewers’ Grain in Diets with Similar Dry Matter Content
Effects of a Polymer-Coated Urea Product on Nitrogen Metabolism in Lactating Holstein Dairy Cattle
The Effect of Steam-Flaked or Dry Ground Corn and Supplemental Phytic Acid on Phosphorus Partitioning and Ruminal Phytase Activity in Lactating Cows
Physical and Processing Properties of Milk, Butter, and Cheddar Cheese from Cows Fed Supplemental Fish Meal
Altering Soluble and Potentially Rumen Degradable Protein for Prepubertal Holstein Heifers
Lactation Performance by Dairy Cows Fed Supplemental Biotin and a B-Vitamin Blend
Effect of Feeding Supplemental Fibrolytic Enzymes or Soluble Sugars with Malic Acid on Milk Production
Reduced Fatty Acid Synthesis and Desaturation Due to Exogenous trans10, cis12-CLA in Cows Fed Oleic or Linoleic Oil
Efficacy of Carbohydrate Sources for Milk Production by Cows Fed Diets Based on Alfalfa Silage
Analysis of Variation in cis-9, trans-11 Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) in Milk Fat of Dairy Cows
Phosphorus Partitioning During Early Lactation in Dairy Cows Fed Diets Varying in Phosphorus Content
Effect of Protein Level in Prepartum Diets on Metabolism and Performance of Dairy Cows
Effect of Dietary Forage Concentration and Buffer Addition on Duodenal Flow of Trans-C18:1 Fatty Acids and Milk Fat Production in Dairy Cows
Altered rumen fermentation patterns in lactating dairy cows supplemented with phytochemicals improve milk production and effeciency
Lowering rumen degradable protein maintained energy-corrected milk yield and improved nitrogen-use efficiency in multiparous lactating dairy cows exposes to heat stress
Effects of rumen protected methionine, lysine and histidine on lactation performance of dairy cows
Effects of slow release urea and rumen-protected methionine and histidine on performance of dairy cows
Ruminal degradation and intestinal digestibility of protein and amino acids in high-protein feedstuffs commonly used in dairy diets
Effect of replacing soybean meal protein with protein from upland cottonseed, Pima cottonseed, or extruded Pima cottonseed on production of lactating dairy cows
Rumen-protected lysine, methionine, and histidine increase milk protein yield in dairy cows fed a metabolizable protein-deficient diet
Effect of rumen-undegradable protein supplementation and fresh forage composition on nitrogen utilization of dairy ewes
Effect of protein degradability on milk production of dairy ewes
Intestinal digestibility of amino acids in rumen undegradable protein estimated using a precision-fed cecectomized rooster bioassay: I. Soybean meal and SoyPlus
Evaluation of the furosine and homoarginine methods for determining reactive lysine in rumen-undegraded protein
In vitro digestibility of individual amino acids in rumen-undegraded protein: The modified three-step procedure and the immobilized digestive enzyme assay
Effect of dietary protein concentration and degradability on response to rumen-protected methionine in lactating dairy cows
Ruminal Phosphorus Disappearance from Corn and Soybean Feedstuffs
The Relative Merit of Ruminal Undegradable Protein from Soybean Meal or Soluble Fiber from Beet Pulp to Improve Nitrogen Utilization in Dairy Cows
Ruminal Degradability and Intestinal Digestibility of Protein and Amino Acids in Treated Soybean Meal Products
Effect of Amount and Ruminal Degradability of Soybean Meal Protein on Performance of Lactating Dairy Cows
Rumen Fermentation and Intestinal Supply of Nutrients in Dairy Cows Fed Rumen-Protected Soy Products
Effects of Parity and Supply of Rumen-Degraded and Undegraded Protein on Production and Nitrogen Balance in Holsteins
Impacts of the Source and Amount of Crude Protein on the Intestinal Supply of Nitrogen Fractions and Performance of Dairy Cows
Sources of Variation in Rates of in Vitro Ruminal Protein Degradation
Effect of Feeding Protein Supplements of Differing Degradability on Omasal Flow of Microbial and Undegraded Protein
Effects of Feeding Dairy Cows Protein Supplements of Varying Ruminal Degradability
Efficacy of Carbohydrate Sources for Milk Production by Cows Fed Diets Based on Alfalfa Silage
Trans18:1 and 18:2 Isomers in Blood Plasma and Milk Fat of Grazing Cows Fed a Grain Supplement Containing Solvent-Extracted or Mechanically Extracted Soybean Meal
Effect of Protein Source and Soluble Carbohydrate Addition on Rumen Fermentation and Lactation Performance of Holstein Cows
Milk Production During the Complete Lactation of Dairy Cows Fed Diets Containing Different Amounts of Protein
Effect of Processing High Moisture Ear Corn on Ruminal Fermentation and Milk Yield
Lactational Evaluation of Protein Supplements of Varying Ruminal Degradabilities
Effect of Yeast Culture in the Diets of Early Lactation Dairy Cows on Ruminal Fermentation and Passage of Nitrogen Fractions and Amino Acids to the Small Intestine
Ruminal Degradation, Amino Acid Composition, and Intestinal Digestibility of the Residual Components of Five Protein Supplements
Effect of Postweaning Age on Rate of In Situ Protein Disappearance in Calves Weaned at 5 Weeks of Age
Protein Versus Energy Supplementation of High Alfalfa Silage Diets for Early Lactation Cows
Effect of Fish Meal and Expeller-Processed Soybean Meal Fed to Dairy Cows Receiving Bovine Somatotropin (Sometribove)
Feeding Supplemental Fat and Undegraded Intake Protein to Early Lactation Dairy Cows
Comparison of In Vitro Techniques to the In Situ Technique for Estimation of Ruminal Degradation of Protein
Expeller Soybean Meal and Corn By-Products Versus Solvent Soybean Meal for Lactating Dairy Cows Fed Alfalfa Silage as Sole Forage
Relative Value of Solvent and Expeller Soybean Meal for Lactating Dairy Cows
The SoyPlus manufacturing process is ISO 9001 certified. ISO 9001 is an internationally recognized quality management standard. With its ISO 9001 certification, Landus has proven that it follows and meets the requirements of the standard.
HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points)
HACCP certification ensures that the process is evaluated for biological, chemical, and physical hazards. This evaluation includes procurement, raw material receiving, production, storage, and shipment of product. If there are areas in the process where biological, chemical, or physical hazards could enter or exist, actions are taken to reduce or eliminate these risks. This provides greater confidence that our feed is safe.
Quality & Consistency
Every batch of SoyPlus we produce follows the same production process which includes ingredient checks, process monitoring, in house production testing and external laboratory testing. The consistency in the SoyPlus production processes guarantees our customers a quality product every time. With more than 400 different monitoring points, SoyPlus proteins consistently achieve maximum rumen bypass and 93% intestinal digestibility.