Cow Range
At Mervue our company mission is to discover and develop innovative animal nutraceutical products to maximise the health and wellbeing of cows worldwide. Each product in the Mervue Ruminant Range has been veterinary formulated to provide effective nutritional support to the immune system and metabolic health of the cow.
Feed Buffer


Feed Buffer and Alkaliser for Dairy Cows, Beef, Cattle, Calves and Sheep.

RUMI-DEX is a breakthrough in the search for an ideal buffering and alkalising agent. RUMI-DEX has many properties, which make it the only and obvious choice for inclusion in feeds. RUMI-DEX is long-acting and regulates rumen pH for optimum digestion and performance.

Maximise Rumen Performance with RUMI-DEX

5 Active Ingredients

RUMI-DEX should be used:

• Where acidosis or sub-acute ruminal acidosis (SARA) are a risk.
• With high levels of concentrate feed.
• When feeding high cereal diets.
• With silages and fermented feeds or lush grass.
• During heat stress.

Feeding Instructions

RUMI-DEX Feeding Levels for:

Dairy · Feed 80 grams per head per day – mix through concentrate feed or TMR.

· Post acidosis episode: feed 120 grams/head /day for 10 days and follow by feeding normal rate.

· Heat stress: feed 120 grams/head /day for 10 days and follow with normal feeding level.

Beef · Add to the concentrate portion of the diet at 1% (10kg per tonne)

· Post acidosis episode: add to concentrate feed at 1.5% (15kg/tonne) for 10 days and follow by feeding normal rate.

Calves · Target intake for RUMI-DEX is 20 grams/head/day.

· This can be increased to 40 grams where there are issues and reduced once problems settle down.

· RUMI-DEX should be mixed with the concentrate feed.

Lambs – Complete Mineral · RUMI-DEX for Lambs is a pre-mixture designed to support feed intakes and growth rates in finishing lambs while at the same time, reducing the risk of feed related issues, particularly acidosis occurring.

· High spec mineral including chelated zinc.

· Live yeast.

· Buffer.

· A diuretic to reduce the risk of urinary calculi.

· Copper antagonist – molybdenum, sulphur and iron added.

· Higher calcium levels will increase the calcium phosphorus

ratio and decrease the risk of urinary calculi.

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