Tranzsol™ Minerals / Additives for Transition

A transition cow vitamin and mineral supplement to aid in the prevention of milk fever, maintain immune response and benefit subsequent re-breeding.


Tranzsol™ is formulated to be the easiest and best transition supplement for New Zealand dairy cows. It incorporates antioxidants, magnesium and, most importantly, Rovimix Hy-D®. 

Nutritional Benefits

Using anionic salts (Tranzsol) in combination with the vitamin D metabolite, Rovimix HyD® is proven to have beneficial effects in hormonal and physiological adaptation of the cow to mobilise calcium, reducing the risks of milk fever. Providing the essential minerals and vitamins during this crucial period reduces the risks of metabolic disease, has a beneficial impact on subsequent re-breeding and is important in maintaining immune function.

Tranzsol™ is formulated for diets containing approx. 50% pasture, however it can still be fed with all pasture diets.

Feeding Recommendations

Start when cows begin to show signs of springing (typically 14 days before calving) and continue into the colostrum herd.

Feeding Options

  • Tranzsol Mineral Blend as part of your Nutrinza feed blend. 380g/cow/day for 14 days pre-calving + colostrum herd
  • Feed Tranzsol Nucleus at 100g/c/d. Must be combined 100g/c/d of MgCl and 280g/c/d of lime flour/ag lime
  • Tranzsol Complete at 480g/c/d (MgCl & Lime added)
  • Ensure Tranzsol is mixed evenly through feed

Nutritional Information

• Vitamin A
• Vitamin D3
• Vitamin E
• Iodine
• Rovimix® Biotin
• Rovimix® Hy-D
• Lasalocid
• Calcium
• Cobalt
• Copper
• Magnesium
• Selenium
• Sulphate
• Chloride

Disclaimer: All animal feed products should be fed as part of a healthy balanced diet matched to the specific requirements of the herd. Nutrinza makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, as to the suitability of any of the products supplied to the specific requirements of your animals. Please note that recommended feeding rates are given as a guideline only and will vary based on the total diet and actual feed intake of your animals. It is recommended that you consult your vet, nutritionist or farm consultant before making any dietary changes.