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Feed AdditivesImprove The Quality Of Animal Products
- Aug 24, 2017 -

Feed additives refers to the feed production and processing, the use of the process of adding a small amount or a small amount of material in the feed in the amount of little but significant role. Feed additives are essential raw materials for the modern feed industry. They have obvious effect on strengthening the nutritional value of basic feed, improving animal production performance, ensuring animal health, saving feed cost and improving animal product quality.

Feed additives use a certain rule in the livestock and poultry feed additives can play to promote growth, improve meat, milk, egg production, reduce feed consumption and disease prevention and so on. However, some feed additives can not be used at the same time.

Ferrous sulfate, ferrous chloride, ferrous sulfide can not be used with vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin B1, vitamin B2 at the same time. If used at the same time, the former will accelerate the oxidation process of the latter.

Calcium carbonate can not be used with vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin C, vitamin K1, vitamin K2 and pantothenic acid, streptomycin, oxytetracycline at the same time. Because calcium carbonate is strongly alkaline, in alkaline environment, the above-mentioned vitamins and other additives easily damaged.

A microbial feed additive is a microbial product that replaces or balances one or more strains of the animal ecosystem. Narrowly speaking, it is a kind of microbial products that can stimulate the growth of their own beneficial bacteria and multiply the growth of harmful bacteria.

The traditional Chinese medicine microbial feed additive contains a large number of beneficial bacteria (active lactic acid bacteria, bifidobacteria, bacillus), compound enzyme, chelate peptide, mold fungicide, etc., as feed into the livestock and poultry body, can quickly multiply, on the one hand Metabolites and intestinal toxins inhibit the growth of other harmful flora, on the other hand in the host body to form a normal microbial flora, the main synthesis of vitamins for the host, to provide nutrition and prevent the invasion of pathogens.