A Sustainable Farming Solution
Biozest is scientifically proven to improve pasture growth, quality
and resilience and increase milk and meat production.
Trials on dairy farms, sheep and beef farms have proven that Biozest treated pasture is more easily converted to valuable meat and milk instead of polluting waste products such as urea and methane.
Biozest is a unique pasture spray developed in New Zealand.
Biozest has been tested and proven on New Zealand farms.
A Solution for New Zealand Farmers
We are an evidence based company. Biozest has been through a comprehensive testing programme over a number of years and has been extensively tested and proven on New Zealand farms.
Biozest is very easy and safe to apply. Biozest is mixed with water and sprayed on pasture using a tractor or helicopter - stock can graze treated pasture immediately.
Biozest can help farmers to increase productivity without the need to increase current stocking rates and reduce the environmental impact of farming at the same time.
Biozest does not require investment in a long-term breeding programme, alterations to pasture species, vaccination of stock, reducing stocking rates or changes to the farming model.
If you would like to know more about Biozest, the science or trial results, please Contact Us.
Biozest has been examined by MPI (ACVM) and has been approved for use on farms. MPI has classified Biozest as exempt from registration (products that must be registered are generally medicines, hormones, pesticides or herbicides). Biozest is fully compliant with the ACVM Act (1997)
Inefficient Stock Digestive System
The Biozest System
Ruminants do not efficiently convert pasture into milk and meat.
Ruminants discharge damaging urea and methane.
Chemical fertilisers are inefficient and can leach to land and water.
Increasing the efficiency of ruminant animals’ conversion of pasture into milk or meat will increase farming productivity and reduce waste.
A small decrease in urea excretion and methane eructation (burping) has a huge benefit in abating greenhouse gas liabilities
Biozest Sustainably Increases Farm Profits
Biozest helps pasture naturally resist stress or damage and deliver higher pasture quality and yield. Biozest works by eliciting and sustaining plant defence and stress tolerance systems which drive production of a range of bioactive molecules (phenylpropanoids) and soluble sugars.
Palatability + Productivity
= Less Waste + More Profit
In dairy farming as well as sheep and beef farms the improved phenylpropanoid and soluble sugar content improves the efficiency of ruminant digestion. This means that Biozest treated pasture is more easily converted to valuable meat and milk instead of polluting waste products such as urea and methane.
Tripple Bottom Line Profit
1. Increase in milk and meat production, increased profitability per hectare
2. Reduction of urea loading and greenhouse emissions
3. Supports New Zealand's clean green image and the future of sustainable farming.
Field proven by farmers, for farmers
Instructions for Use
Fill sprayer tank with water. Shake Biozest container several times to reconstitute content. Add Biozest & rinse container into tank. Agitate thoroughly before spraying. Best sprayed after pesticide application. Do not mix with pesticides or organic nutrients.
Dairy pasture: Use 1 litre of Biozest (in 50 to 500 litres of water) per hectare. Initial Treatment 2 X sprays applications close together (3 to 5 days apart)
Follow on treatment - Spray 1 X 1 Litre per hectare after grazing (3 to 5 days after grazing)
Dry Stock farm and Turf : Spray 1 X 1 Litre per hectare in spring, summer, autumn and winter.
If treating stock finishing paddocks only - use 1 X 1 Litre per hectare after grazing (3 to 5 days after grazing).
The inefficient ruminant digestive system is not a liability - its an opportunity!
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