What solergy is?

solergy is a technological innovation developed be used as an energy supply in animal feed. It maximizes the energy use of the feed in the phases of maximum productive demand.

It prevents and solves ketosis and subacute ketosis in dairy cows. During the transition period, the energy intake through feed is lower than the energy expenditure that it must be carried out to produce milk and recover its reproductive system.

Overcoming these problems involves:

    Greater quantity and quality of MILK
    Better PRODUCTIVE performance
    Improved HEALTH and longevity of the cow


Reduce el riesgo de enfermedades asociadas a la transición.

Reduces the risk of transition-related disorders

Mayor producción de leche, grasa láctea y proteína.

Increases milk production, milk fat and protein.

Menor coste de producción de huevo.

Increases fertility and fecundity.

Mode of action

solergy supplies gluconeogenic compounds which activate the energy generation into the liver in an alternative pathway to lipids (fats) catabolism. Fat catabolism is challenging as the accumulation of fat in the liver is faster than liver capacity to metabolize it.

solergy also contains phytogenic compounds which modulate energy-obtaining pathways and reduce inflammation in the liver.

Additionally, gluconeogenesis decreases the content of acetyl-CoA which is being accumulated. The reduction of Acetyl-CoA into the liver increases voluntary feed intake.

Higher feed intake, more energy.
More milk and less problems.


Less metabolic disorders and diseases during the transition better productive results (milk production and reproductive)

Avoiding one pathology during the transition reduces the probability of suffering other pathologies during lactation.

Better ovarian performance improves heat detection. Earlier ovulation results in earlier insemination and conception and more milk in your productive life.

The more energy we are able to supply to the cow, more milk the cow is able to yield.


During peripartum the cow modifies her hormonal profile, which leads to a reduction in her feed intake.

In addition, during the first 3 months of lactation, the cow is not able to ingest as much energy through feeding as it requires to produce large amounts of milk.

In turn, reproduction has an energy cost to take into account, since we want it to be pregnant as soon as possible.








Sheep and Goats


Lactating dairy cow

Growing calves/steers



50-100 g/animal/day*

1-3 kg/t*

5-10 g/animal/day*

*Recommended standard dosage.
Igusol’s technical department calculates the right dosage taking into account the data and objectives of each farm.


20 kg bag