Phytase (Feed Enzyme) In Animal Feed
Phytic acid is a chemical found in plants that store phosphorus (P) in a very stable form and binds many nutrients such as minerals, starches, proteins, and lipids. This product has been further developed using microbial fermentation technology and post-processing technology.
It can hydrolyze phytase to release inorganic phosphorus and increase the use of phosphorus in the feed. At the same time, it can reduce phosphorus emissions in animal manure and protect the environment. This is a green and powerful dietary supplement for animals.
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-It can effectively hydrolyze phytic acid in vegetable feed, release inorganic phosphorus, and increase the use of phosphorus in the feed.
-Store the amount of external phosphorus such as calcium hydrogen phosphate, bone meal, and more. And save costs.
-It can release a variety of nutrients when combined with phytic acid, which has high potential nutritional value. Effectively reduces the emission of phosphorus and organic matter in animal and poultry manure and improves the breeding environment.
This product contains both organic and biochemical substances. Strong light and heat can cause enzymatic inactivation.
Therefore, strong light, high temperatures and rainforests should be avoided during transport and warehouses should be kept clean, cool and dry.