Feed

Antioxidants

Antioxidants protect the nutritional value, active substances and palatability of the diet (oxidation and rancidity inhibiting). By adding antioxidants to the feed, oxidation and/or rancidification of the sensible ingredients (fat, vitamins, etc) is inhibited.

Vitamines

Vitamins are organic substances which are necessary for the proper operation of the vital functions of the animal, and are essential for maintaining its health and productivity. Vitamins must be provided in the diet, since the animal body is generally incapable of synthesizing most of its own vitamins in sufficient quantities

Amino acids

Amino acids are the building blocks of feed and food proteins. Amino acids are organic acids containing both the basic amino group (NH2) and the acidic carboxyl group (COOH). They are joined by peptide bonds to form a great variety of biological compounds as protein and enzymes.

Trace elements

  • Fe-Sulphates

  • Se-Sulphates 

pH controlling agents

  • Sulphuric acid, 

  • Hydrochlorid acid, 

  • Caustic soda

White oils

In the production of animal feeds, premixing micronutrients with carrier is a common method to ensure proper distribution of nutrients in the final feed. The carrier’s purpose is to physically accommodate fine-powdered micro-ingredients and provide uniform distribution.

Pharma or USP grades of White mineral oils act as an adhesive on the carrier’s surface to improve its holding capacity for micro-ingredients. It also reduces dust, improves premix integrity and uniformity, and reduces electrostatic charges and the random loss of micro-ingredients

Stearates

Our products are vegetable based raw materials and are free of impurities, such as dioxides, pesticides and heavy metals widely used in feed, food, pharma and cosmetics

Animal-feed supplement

Monopropylene Glycol USP