Anipro Distributor for Coolatai, Walgett, Willow Tree & Surrounding Districts is Paul Simpson (Coolatai Rural Supplies).
Paul Simpson started out as a livestock agent at the tender age of 16 at Casino before moving on to join Dalgety in Qld in 1987. Paul went on to become the first “level 1” C.A.L.M. cattle assessor for Dalgety in QLD.
Paul returned to NSW in 1992, where he started his own stock agency, specialising in sale by description. Paul has been working closely with Performance Feeds since 1999, when he became a Anipro Distributor for Coolatai, covering Northern NSW. Later his involvement expanded to include the Willow Tree region in 2002, and Walgett in 2011.
Operating 3 Anipro areas he has consistently achieved between 800,000 to 1 million litres of Anipro annually and can see the product usage growing in the future.
Anipro is designed to provide protein (as non-protein nitrogen), minerals and vitamins to cattle grazing pasture or crop in a safe and cost effective manner. Anipro® is a molasses based, two part (sweet/sour) product that is blended in the field by accredited distributors to provide a very high degree of intake consistency formulated to provide a significant cost benefit to producers.
By balancing essential nutrients and optimizing rumen function, Anipro Supplements help to maintain consistent growth paths, minimise weight loss and improve both meat and milk production, driving an animal’s production to its full potential.
What an animal eats is important, but what happens once inside is even more so.
All Anipro Supplements contain RumaPro® - a unique, non-protein nitrogen (NPN) ingredient specifically developed to provide a safe, sustained release ammonia source for ruminants.
RumaPro® remains available to rumen micro-organisms for up to 12 hours following ingestion. This is up to three times longer than conventional urea.
Urea is used very inefficiently by the rumen. The transient effect of an intermittent intake of urea (twice or three times per day) is illustrated by a recovery of microbial crude protein of, at most, only 0.17 of its nitrogen (N). With a continuous intake the recovery of N was 0.79. In effect this means that the microbial crude protein obtained from most urea supplements is less than 20% of the potential protein.
Independent university research has shown that cattle fed Rumapro,® do not exhibit high rumen or blood urea concentrations. However, ruminants supplemented with urea, show high rumen and blood urea concentrations about 1.5 - 3 hours after a meal.