The addition of dry feed enzyme phytase-S for small ruminants
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- ManufacturerФермент, ООО
- Country of manufactureBelarus
Fekord - 2004 - C (group 1, group 2, group 3, group 4)
Fekord - 2012 - C (group 1, group 2)
Fekord - 2012 - P (group 1, group 2)
Fekord - 2015 - B (group 1, group 2)
Fekord concentrate (GL1, GL2, M1, M2, C1, C2, F1, F2)
Phytase - C (group 1, group 2, group 3)
Multi - enzyme compositions FEKORD intended to enter into the feed of sheep and goats in order to optimize feeding and solving problems and livestock problems.
The low digestibility of feed. Reducing nutrient digestibility due to the violation of the rumen function and inhibit the growth of rumen microflora.
Energy deficit. Lack of energy after birth not only to limits milk production, but it entails problems with reproduction.
Metabolic disorders . Errors in feeding cause diseases such as ketosis, acidosis, milk fever.
Culling of animals. A high percentage of culling animals significantly increases the production costs, which leads to a decrease in the profitability of production.
To enrich the diet of small ruminants exogenous enzymes - is the optimization of nutrition and growth of the revenue of the enterprise.
Reduced feed conversion
A significant reduction in price the cost of feed
Increasing the safety of livestock
Height and weight gain increased productivity
The enzyme feed additives are an essential component in the production of fodder and fodder mixtures for the cleavage of non - starch polysaccharides and feed fortification. This is due to the physicochemical properties of additives:
· Cellulase activity,
· Xylanase activity,
· Β - glucanase activity
· Glucoamylase activity
· Α - amylase activity,
· Protease activity,
· Mannanaznaya activity
· Phytase activity.
OPTIMIZATION OF FEEDING - Optimization of rumen function
Optimization of feeding young sheep and goats
Introduction The enzyme feed additive FEKORD regenerated in milk and milk replacer for lambs and goats milk cultivation period provided their average daily gain 28. 4% greater than the reference index while reducing feed costs by 14. 5% .
The feeding of young animals sheep and goats (introduction in feed) provided an increase in average daily gain in animals 8, 6 - 12, 4% .
Optimization of feeding productive animals
Application FEKORD in the diets of adults productive animals improves the digestibility of dry matter 4. 2 - 8. 3% , organic matter 3. 2 - 4. 1% , crude protein 3. 8 - 5. 4% , crude fat 2 9 - 7. 6% , crude fiber 42. 1 - 47. 6% ; increase productivity by 6. 2 - 9. 2% ; reduce production costs by 6. 8 - 12. 4% ; increase the safety of livestock by 37. 8 - 42. 4% , reduce the cost of feed per unit of production by 7. 8 - 10. 1% ; improve the profitability of production by 7. 4 - 14. 7% .