D-COMPANY is providing minerals & vitamins to ensure the better result in milk production, meat production, and growth of animals and particularly to enhance the reproductive efficiency of dairy animals to increase the conception rate.

Vitamins and minerals affect reproductive function. Vitamin A deficiency has long been known to affect reproductive function in cattle. … Calcium and phosphorus deficiencies affect reproduction in cattle, and vitamin D may directly affect reproductive function in addition to its role in calcium and phosphorus metabolism.

A number of minerals are essential for maintenance, growth, production and reproduction of dairy animals. Those required in large amounts are referred to as macro minerals and include calcium, phosphorus, sodium, chlorine, potassium, magnesium, and sulfur.