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Matching to the huge market demands, we are engaged as manufacturer, supplier and exporter of Poultry Phytase Granules or Powder (PhosACE-HIGH). Processed using optimum quality ingredients and innovative techniques, the offered Poultry Phytase Granules or Powder (PhosACE-HIGH) is mainly processed fulfilling the necessary requirement of phosphorus in poultry as it is considered to be essential part of animal’s diet. The offered range ensures better animal productivity and provides necessary nutrients to poultry. Our products are manufactured in line with the set industry norms.
Increases phosphorus in diet
PhosACE-HIGH from Citrus Biotek
Phosphorus is an essential nutrient in livestock diets. It affects growth, reproduction and feed use. Much of the naturally occurring phosphorus in feed ingredients is unavailable to animals. With most plant phosphorus being excreted undigested, inorganic phosphate has to be added to diets to compensate.
Increasing phytic acid degradation and the availability of plant phosphorus can have major benefits for poultry and swine producers, including:
Lower levels of inorganic phosphorus in diets
Reduced feed costs
Better sustainability of animal production
Phytate is a compound found in many common feed ingredients that decreases nutrient availability in animal diets. The main anti-nutritional effect of phytate is that it makes phytate phosphorus unavailable for digestion and absorption by non-ruminants such as swine and poultry. Phytate also has negative effects on digestive enzymes, trace minerals, calcium, protein and amino acids, and carbohydrates.
Phytase is an enzyme that breaks down phytate. Phytase is produced in limited amounts by animals but is commercially available. When added to swine or poultry diets, the levels of phosphorus and calcium can be reduced by approximately 0.10 percent of the diet.
Commercially, the primary use of phytase is to increase the availability of phosphorus, which reduces the amount of inorganic phosphorus added to the feed and consequently reduces the amount of phosphorus in the manure. Phytase has been shown to increase protein, amino acid and carbohydrate availability. Furthermore, by decreasing the amount of protein, amino acids and minerals excreted from swine and poultry, phytase can have positive effects on the environment. Phytase has been shown to increase the availability of some trace minerals, including copper, manganese, iron and zinc.
500-600gm/Ton feed or as recommended by Veterinarian
25 Kg Bags