Product name: Mintrex® Cu.
Description: Mintrex® Cu is a highly bioavailable form of supplemental copper and is used for the further manufacture of mineral feeds and supplements.
Appearance: Blue-green granular powder or granules.
Bulk density: 0.71 g/cm3.
- 18,0% by weight copper as copper methionine hydroxy analogue chelate.
- HMTBa content (methionine activity) – 79,5% by weight.
- Protein value – 46,7 %.
Broilers, layers, parent stock, turkeys, ducks: 45 – 55 g per tonne of complete feed (8 – 10 mg Cu).
Piglets up to 12 weeks: 350 – 500 g per tonne of complete feed (60 – 90 mg Cu).
Pigs: 45 – 55 g per tonne of complete feed (8 – 10 mg Cu).
Milk and meat cattle: 1 g per head per day.
Do not exceed the following concentrations of copper in complete feed:
Bulls: before the beginning of сud, including full milk replacers – 15 mg, other groups of bulls – 35 mg.
Sheep: 15 mg;
Piglets up to 12 weeks: 170 mg;
Crustaceans: 50 mg;
Other species: 25 mg.
Packaging: 25 kg bag
Shelf life: Minimum 3 years when stored as directed
Storage instructions: Store at ambient temperatures in a sealed container. Keep dry at all times.
Special precautions: When mixing and handling the feed additive, use respirators, impervious gloves and special glasses.
Overview: Mintrex® is a chelated trace mineral that optimizes key production parameters above levels obtained by other chelated mineral sources, directly increasing customer profitability. Only Mintrex® can improve your bottom line by increasing salable meat, decreasing mortality, improving feed efficiency and improving immune response.
Mintrex® chelated trace minerals combine Alimet® feed supplement with an essential trace mineral in a two-to-one chelated molecule. This protects the mineral from antagonists, allowing it to be more efficiently absorbed once reaching the small intestine. The result is greater bioavailability, digestive tract stability and a residual methionine effect that can reduce the required level of supplemental methionine per ton of feed.
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