Acid Buf breaks down slowly – conditioning the rumen and neutralising significantly more acid, over a longer period.

Improved rumen environment for performance, health and profitability.


Acid Buf is able to stabilise pH within the rumen over a longer time period, buffering the rumen not just the silage! The result is an improved rumen environment for performance, health and profitability.

  • Improves feed efficiency
  • Increases fibre digestion
  • Reduces SARA and acidosis risk
  • Improves milk fat and protein

Acid Buf is a unique, highly efficient rumen buffer made from calcareous marine algae. It breaks down slowly in the rumen to stabilise pH and, as a result, improves the performance and profitability of your herd.

Feeding Acid Buf instead of limestone or sodium bicarbonate creates space in the diet, saving up to 1kg per day of dry matter intake. This additional space can be used to create a more cost-effective diet and to improve the overall balance of nutrients.

Acidosis and SARA can severely impact herd performance, therefore if the rumen is challenged, a long-lasting rumen buffer should be fed. Acid Buf’s honeycomb structure is able to stabilise pH within the rumen over a longer time period, buffering the rumen not just the silage. The result is an improved rumen environment for performance, health and profitability.

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Acid Buf can be 30% cheaper than sodium bicarbonate recommended rate

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