Compound feed growth for a broiler

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The main purpose of compound feed growth for a broiler is to provide him with all the necessary nutrients for active growth of muscles and bones, as well as for the development of the immune system. The food is enriched with essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals such as phosphorus, calcium an..

The main purpose of compound feed growth for a broiler is to provide him with all the necessary nutrients for active growth of muscles and bones, as well as for the development of the immune system. The food is enriched with essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals such as phosphorus, calcium and zinc, which contribute to a healthy skeleton and proper bone formation.

An important factor in the growth feed formula for broilers is the high protein content necessary for muscle growth and meat formation. Protein derived from sources such as soy, fish waste and meat and bone meal provides the broiler with all the essential amino acids such as lysine, cysteine and methionine.

In addition, broiler growth feed contains a certain amount of energy to keep the bird active, as well as special probiotics and prebiotics that improve digestion and support healthy intestinal microflora.

All of these ingredients in Broiler Growth Compound Feed are selected and balanced to provide optimal nutrition and healthy growth for the broiler. It is a convenient and effective food that allows you to effectively manage your bird's diet and get the best results in broiler production.

compound feed
Kind of animal Broiler
Feed class growth 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.

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