Additives

Coccidiostatics

Coccidiostatics are used to prevent the development of coccidia or completely kill them. Coccidia cause an infection disease known as coccidiosis. Coccidia are a subclass of microscopic, spore-forming, single-celled obligate intracellular parasites belonging to the Eimeria genus. There are many species of coccidia that can infect animals, but only some of them are really unsafe. For example, the most pathogenic ones are: Eimeria tenella, E. Necatrix, E. Acervulina, E. maxima and E. Brunetlli. They hit some parts of the digestive tract, mainly large and small intestine.
Coccidia can cause intestinal bleeding, rapid weight loss, diarrhea and mortality. Coccidiostatics can be chemically produced, but they also can be natural antibiotics generated by various microorganisms. Most of coccidiostatics should be excluded from the animal feed a couple of days before slaughter, to avoid residual contamination of meat.

Prevention of coccidiosis in broiler chickens

Prevention of coccidiosis in broiler chickens

Prevention of eimeriosis in broiler chickens, young replacement chickens, turkeys

Prevention and treatment of young replacement birds (including broilers) suffering from enteritis cuased by microorganisms susceptible to abilamycin

Prevention of eumeriosis among broilers and young chickens

Amino acids

Amino acids play a very important role in animals lives, performing many metabolic functions. The eight “essential” amino acids can not be synthesized in the animal body and therefore they have to be consumed with food. Amino acids are the basic elements of proteins.
Amino acids can be combined in various sequences to form a wide variety of proteins. Optimizing the consumption of amino acids increases the productivity of animals, while protein consumption balancing can significantly reduce nitrogen excretion from the animal body.

Balancing pigs and poultry diets with lysine

Balancing pigs and poultry diets with lysine

Balancing pigs and poultry diets with treonine

Balancing pigs and poultry diets with tryptophan

Balancing pigs and poultry diets with tryptophan

Balancing pigs, poultry and aquaculture diets with methionine

Normalization of protein metabolism

Vitamins

 

Fat-soluble vitamin

A – 1 g = 1,000,000 MO = 340 mg of acetate

(Cholecalciferol) D3 – 1 gr = 500000 MO = 12.5 mg of cholecalciferol

(dl-α-tocopherol, dl-α-tocopheryl acetate) E-1μp = 500 μg of E-alpha-tocopherol acetate

(Filoquinone, Phytonadione, Phytomedion) K3 – 1gr = 515 mg of meadion

Water-soluble vitamins

C – 1 g = 990 mg of ascorbic acid

PP (B3-niocinnomide) – 1 g = 995 mg of nicotinic acid

B1 – 1 g = 980 mg thiamine mononitrate

B2 – 1 gp = 800 mg of riboflavin

B4 – 1 g = 600 mg choline chloride or 450 mg choline

B5 (calpan) – 1 g = 980 mg calcium d-pantothenate or 920 mg pantothenic acid

B6 – 1 gp = 990 mg of pyridoxine hydrochloride

В7 – 1 гр = 20 mg of d-biotin (vitamin Н)

В9 (Вс) – 1 g = 960 mg of folic acid

В12 – 1 g = 10 mg of cyanocobalamin

Organic acids

Organic acids help solve the hygiene issues in poultry and stockbreeding and are also used for water and raw materials disinfection, elimination of pathogens. They also can reduce the morbidity and mortality of animals, improve feed conversion and, ultimately, improve the marketability and profitability of agricultural production.
Organic acids – based products (formic, acetic, lactic, propionic, citric, etc.) are completely safe to use, well mixed with feed and they practically do not interact with its components (vitamins, proteins). Their application does not cause side effects and complications. They selectively affect pathogens by shifting the pH of the substrate downward.

Hygiene improvement, gut flora normalizing, pH balancing, protein digestion improvement, salmonellosis prevention and control

Hygiene improvement, gut flora normalizing, pH balancing, protein digestion improvement, salmonellosis prevention and control

Hygiene improvement, pH balancing, protein digestion improvement, prevention of opportunistic Enterobacteriaceae growth, reduction of diarrhea

Reduction of pathogenic effects on animals and birds, normalization of feed intake, protein digestion improvement, creating favorable conditions for the growth of beneficial microflora

Reduction of pathogenic effects on animals and birds, gut flora normalizing, decreasing of mold growth in feed

Reduction of pathogenic effects on animals and birds, improvment of digestion, improvment of feed intake and feed conversion

Enhancement of digestion through stimulation

Feed additives

Helps the carbohydrates and fats metabolism normalization

Highly bioavailable form of supplemental zinc that is used for the further production of mineral feeds and supplements

Prevention and treatment of young replacement birds (including broilers) suffering from enteritis caused by pathogens susceptible to avilamycin

Prevention and treatment of young replacement birds (including broilers) suffering from enteritis caused by pathogens susceptible to avilamycin

Flavors and sweeteners

Feed taste and flavor enhancer for all types of productive animals

Aromatic supplement for improving sensory and taste characteristics of feed for productive animals

Aromatic supplement for improving sensory and taste characteristics of animal feed with pleasant flavor of sweet vanilla

Mixture of aromatic substances for compound feed for all kinds of productive animals

Sorbents

Feed additive for adsorption of mycotoxins

Proteins

Fermented soy protein concentrate feed for pigs and poultry

Low-fat soybean flour, high-protein source for the production of animal and poultry feeds

Fermented rapeseed meal

High-protein product of plant origin produced by the modern technological process promotes the assimilation of amino acids and nutrients