An inventor has observed during his research of one decade that there is rise in milk yield in cows after 4-6 days whereas in buffaloes there is rise in milk yield after 8-12 days from feeding of feed supplement. However, in summer season the rise trend in milk yield fat/S.N.F. delayed by 7-15 days in cows and buffaloes.
After feeding vardaan, there is an improvement in digestion by observing quality of dung.
The feeding of vardaan started after 25-45 days from calving and continued until drying i.e. end of 7th month of pregnancy.
Since vardaan contains mainly medicinal herbs (powder/extract), mineral mixture, probiotic etc. there is no adverse effect (abortion) on pregnant animals.
This rising trend of milk observed even 2/5 during pregnancy (up to 5 months). However, there is decrease in milk yield by 25 – 50% during 5-7 months pregnancy.
Mostly, cows and buffaloes are ‘dried’ on 8th and 9th month of pregnancy. During this period, feeding of vardaan has to discontinued since animal is non-productive, in 8th and 9th months of feeding vardaan has to unnecessary bear by milk producer.
In conclusion, Vardaan has to feed in milking animal (after 25-45 days from calving) and before drying animal (after 7 month).