Compound feed "Start for a broiler" is a balanced and specially designed feed that is used for the initial period of life of broilers, starting from the stage of their hatching. This feed provides all the essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals needed for healthy growth and development of chicks.
The main components of the "Start for Broiler" compound feed are high-quality grain crops, proteins of vegetable and animal origin, as well as specially selected additives and premixes. This allows you to provide the chicks with all the necessary nutrients, such as proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals.
Compound feed "Start for Broiler" also contains the optimal ratio of calcium and phosphorus, necessary for the formation of bone tissue and healthy skeletal growth in chicks. It is also highly digestible, allowing young broilers to get all the nutrients they need from the feed.
Compound feed "Start for a broiler" is developed taking into account the special needs of broilers in the initial period and helps them develop quickly and healthy. It contributes to the normalization of the digestive system, strengthens the immune system and increases the resistance of chicks to various diseases and stress.
The use of "Start for Broiler" compound feed in the initial period of chicks' life is a guarantee of their health and a good start for subsequent successful rearing. This compound feed is a reliable and proven solution for poultry producers who are looking for excellent meat quality and high performance from their broilers.
|Kind of animal||Broiler|
|Feed class||Starter feed|
|Release form||Pellets (granules)|
|Composition||1. Cereals: such as corn, barley, wheat, oats and rice. They provide energy to animals. 2. Legumes: such as soybeans, peas and beans. Legume proteins have a high biological value and serve as a source of amino acids necessary for the growth and development of animals. 3. Fats and oils: usually added to provide energy and better absorption of nutrients. 4. Minerals: include calcium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, magnesium, iron and other trace elements that are essential for maintaining the health and good physiology of animals. 5. Vitamins: including vitamin A, D, E, C, group B and others. They play an important role in metabolism and the maintenance of immune function. 6. Productive supplements: include probiotics, prebiotics, enzymes, or antioxidants that help improve digestion, immunity, and other bodily functions.|