Healthy rumen,
bigger gains.
From start to finish.

Nail the start, the finish and the in-between.

RAMP gets cattle started on feed and establishes higher energy intake. Over more hours of the day, cattle consume smaller meals, more often, while maintaining a higher and more stable rumen pH. These consumption patterns and a unique shift in the rumen microbial population lead to a smoother adaptation to the finishing diet. Cattle started on RAMP and finished with Sweet Bran as a part of the finishing ration maintain better rumen health with increased feed intakes and rate of gain — for more profitable performance.

RAMP PREPARES CATTLE FOR THE FINISHING PHASE
BETTER THAN A TRADITIONAL STARTER DIET.

Higher energy
intake

RAMP gets more energy and nutrients into cattle than a traditional starter diet. Cattle eat smaller meals, more often, over more hours of the day, while maintaining a more stable rumen pH.

Better rumen
health

RAMP adapts the rumen microbiome to help establish consistent eating patterns and to utilize more energy from the diet, which carries over to the finishing phase.

Smoother
transition to finish

The increased feed intake and shift in the rumen microbiome lead to a smoother adaptation to the finishing diet. When transitioned to the finish, their eating patterns and rumen pH are more stable, so they are ready to keep gaining.

The Critical Transition from Start to Finish

RAMP and
Sweet Bran.
The better way
to feed cattle.

RAMP and Sweet Bran have created an entirely different experience for feedyards — a simple, reliable and proven approach that focuses on improving rumen health for increased energy intake and gain.

Improve the rumen,
improve everything.

See how promoting a healthy, stable rumen results in consistent consumption throughout the day and increased animal performance.

Start strong
with RAMP >
Finish big
with Sweet Bran >

Freedom from
convention.

RAMP and Sweet Bran are created and produced by Branded Feed, a division of Cargill that offers you
freedom from conventional feeding practices.

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