High performance simplified.

OneTrak reinvents how dairies can feed their animals, creating greater efficiencies and a more consistent diet across the entire herd. With OneTrak, dairies no longer have to source and mix multiple ingredients daily. These are replaced with just one high-energy, consistent product that improves the rumen health of dairy animals, so they feel better, eat more and produce more.

The power of 44%

OneTrak performs best when fed at 44% of the ration. This leaves the rest of the diet open for your on-farm ingredients, giving you flexibility to integrate OneTrak into your overall feeding program. Because OneTrak is meant to replace all or most of your sourced ingredients, we formulated it to offer a complete combination of the energy, protein, vitamins and minerals necessary for a dairy diet — all in a single, consistent product.
A healthy rumen makes for big gains.

Performance begins with the Rumen

OneTrak helps create a healthy, balanced rumen in the dairy animal. A healthy rumen optimizes absorption of volatile fatty acids through the rumen wall. VFAs aren’t being produced faster than they can be absorbed, as can occur in a traditional, high grain diet. This maintains a more stable rumen pH over the feeding period and steady energy intake, reducing the chance for acidosis and cyclical feeding.

Higher energy, consistent intake, better production.

OneTrak keeps the rumen healthy and consistent by replacing a portion of the starch in the diet with highly digestible fiber and steep. Using fiber and steep as an energy source delivers higher net energy to the animal because the diet reduces the ups and downs of pH, resulting in a consistent consumption over time and increased energy intake and utilization of the entire diet.
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Simple equals more efficient operations.

By replacing multiple ingredients, and minimizing batch time and shrink, OneTrak improves the performance of your entire operation.*

* Based on data from five different OneTrak dairy customers with an average herd size of 2,500 cows.