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Calfosvet DOWNLOAD BROCHURE
The best oral calcium in homogenous suspension for better growth and productivity.

Nutritional value per 100 ml.
Calcium 1700 mg
Phosphorus 850 mg
Vitamin D3 8000 IU
Vitamin B12 100mcg
Carbohydrates 40000 mg

Salient features
  • Calfosvet provides optimum amount of calcium and phosphorus for faster growth and skeletal integrity.
  • Calfosvet provides vitamin B12 for increased appetite and growth.
  • Calfosvet provides vitamin D3 for better assimilation of calcium and phosphorus.
  • Calfosvet increases milk, egg and meat production.

Calcium is the most abundant mineral element in the body; ~98% functions as a structural component of bones and teeth. (Calcium and phosphorus in bones are always in a ratio of 2:1). The remaining 2% is distributed in extracellular fluids and soft tissues and is involved in such vital functions as blood clotting, membrane permeability, muscle contraction, transmission of nerve impulses, cardiac regulation, secretion of certain hormones, and activation and stabilization of certain enzymes.

Calfosvet
When cattle are fed roughages produced on calcium-low soils, or when finishing cattle are fed high-grain diets with limited nonlegume roughage, a calcium deficiency may develop.

Phosphorus about 80% of the phosphorus in the body is found in the bones and teeth, with the remainder distributed among the soft tissues. Adequate phosphorus is required for optimal performance in growth, reproduction, and lactation. In a phosphorus deficiency, reduced growth and inefficiency of feed conversion, decreased appetite, impaired reproduction, reduced milk production, and weak, fragile bones can be expected..

Vitamin D3 is important for proper bone growth and ossification, deficiency may lead to rickets, stiffness, weak & bent bones & posterior paralysis. Lowered Ca and P in the blood serum, cessation of growth, and weaker bones result from vitamin D deficiency in the growing calf.

Vitamin B12 is necessary for the formation and maturation of red blood cells and the synthesis of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), which is the genetic material of cells. Because vitamin B12 is necessary for the formation of mature blood cells, deficiency of this vitamin can result in anemia. The anemia is characterized by abnormally large red blood cells (macrocytes) and white blood cells with abnormal nuclei.
Vitamin B12 is also necessary for normal nerve functions.
Neonatal pigs fed diet low in vitamin B12 show hyperirritability, voice failure, pain and incoordination in the hindquarters.

Indications
  • To strengthen bones and egg shell.
  • For faster growth and to increase hatchability.
  • To prevent and control rickets, osteomalacia, osteoporosis, ruffed feathers, pica, stiffgait, muscular weakness, haemogrloinuria, (it is the condition when haemoglobin is filtered by the kidneys and is released in the urine, giving urine a red colour), anemia and thin shelled eggs.

Dosage
Cattle and Horse 100 ml daily
Calf, Sheep and Dog 10-20 ml twice daily.
Poultry  
Chicks 3.0 ml per liter of drinking water
Growers & Broilers 3.5 ml per liter of drinking water
Layers & Breeders 4.0 ml per liter of drinking water

Presentation
500ml, 1 lt., 2 lt., 5 lt. and 10 lt.

Note
Requirement of calcium and phosphorus is more during production, reproduction and growth. Extra calcium and phosphorus is required from outside source for skeletal development in pregnant and growing animals and in layers for egg shell formation. Additionaly vitamin D3 is also required for proper utilization of calcium and phosphorus.

Some common conditions caused by nutritional deficiency of calcium:
  • Milk fever
    Milk fever is characterized by low blood calcium and paralysis and is usually seen within 48 hr after calving in cows beyond their first lactation. High-calcium intake during the dry period increases the incidence; limiting calcium intake before calving but increasing it at calving time decreases the incidence.
  • Osteomalacia
    Osteomalacia is characterized by weak, brittle bones that may fracture when stressed, can develop after demineralization of the bones of aged animals. Feeding a diet low in calcium to lactating cows over a long period of time may cause a depletion of calcium and phosphorus, resulting in fragile, easily fractured bones plus decreased milk production, without affecting calcium level in the milk produced.
  • Rickets
    Rickets is characterized by improper calcification of the organic matrix of bone, which results in weak, soft bones that lack density. Signs include swollen, tender joints; enlarged bone ends; an arched back; stiffness of the legs; and development of beads on the ribs. Rickets is a disease of young animals and may be caused by deficiencies of calcium, phosphorus, or vitamin D.
Calfosvet Clear DOWNLOAD BROCHURE
Liquid Calcium & Phosphorus

A perfect solution to correct the Calcium-phosphorus inbalance & mineral deficiencies

Requirement of calcium and phosphorus is more during production, reproduction and growth. Extra calcium and phosphorus is required from outside source for skeletal development in pregnant and growing animals and in layers & breeders for egg shell formation.

A minute portion of trace minerals can powerfully effect the health. They are necessary for oxygen transport, energy metabolism, growth and cell & nerve protection.

Calcium: it is involved in vital functions as blood clotting, membrane permeability, muscle contraction, transmission of nerve impulses, cardiac regulation, secretion of certain hormones and activation & stabilization of certain enzymes.

Phosphorus: Adequate phosphorus is required for optimal performance in growth, reproduction and lactation.

Vitamin D3: it is important for proper bone growth & ossification. The sole function of Vitamin D is related to its role in the intestinal & cellular absorption of calcium.

Vitamin B12: it is required for growth, hemoglobin, red blood cell formation, embryonic development & feathering in poultry.

Calfosvet CS

Biotin: It is a functional constituent of various enzyme system, necessary to prevent fatty liver & kidney syndromes. It also prevents perosis and improves hatchability. Biotin is also associated with the resolution of brittle hoof & horn tissue.

D-Panthenol: Its deficiency in poultry produces dermatitis, hyperkeratosis, broken feathers, decreased growth rate, reduced egg production & hatchability.

Enriched with vitamins and trace minerals

Each 1000ml contains:
Calcium - 18000 mg.
Phosphorus - 9000 mg.
Vitamin D3 - 80000 I.U.
Vitamin B12 - 1000 mcg.
Biotin - 3000 mcg.
D-Panthenol - 250 mg

Enriched with essential trace minerals; Manganese, zinc, copper & iron formulated with chelating stabilizing, dispersing agents, acidifiers, emulsifiers and antioxidants.

Salient Features:
  • Calfosvet CS is specially formulated to prevent and cure deficiencies of calcium, Phosphours & trace minerals which are essential for enzymatic & metabolic processes.
  • Calfosvet CS is very stable with better bioavailability and easily assimilated by the body.
  • Calfosvet CS provides optimum amount of calcium and phosphorus for faster growth and skeletal integrity.
  • Calfosvet CS increases appetite and growth
  • Calfosvet CS increases milk, egg and meat production.
  • Calfosvet CS improves the egg shell & hatchability.

Feeding Rate:
Poultry : 2–4 ml per ltr. of drinking water Or 40 to 80 ml per 100 birds
Swine : 3–5 ml per ltr. of drinking water
Cattle : 4–5 ml per ltr. of drinking water
Horse : 4–5 ml per ltr. of drinking water

Presentation:
5 ltr. & 20 ltr.
Gromin-SE DOWNLOAD BROCHURE
A synergistic combination of minerals and vitamins

Nutritional value per 1 kg
Calcium 270 gm
Phosphorus 135 gm
Vitamin A 6,00,000 IU
Vitamin D3 1,20,000 IU
Vitamin E 150 IU
Vitamin B12 500mcg
Copper 5 gm
Cobalt 100 mg
Iron 2 gm
Selenium 20 mg

Salient features
  • Gromin SE is the latest formulation with superior pharmacodynamics as it provides synergistic combination of minerals and vitamins.
  • Calcium and phosphorus in proper ratio of 2:1
  • Gromin SE provide selenium in stabilized form.
  • Vitamins added in Gromin SE are gelatin coated and mineral stabilized.


Gromin-SE
Calcium
Calcium is the most abundant mineral element in the body; ~98% functions as a structural component of bones and teeth.( Calcium and phosphorus in bones are almost always in a ratio of 2:1 ).The remaining 2% is distributed in extracellular fluids and soft tissues and is involved in such vital functions as blood clotting, membrane permeability, muscle contraction, transmission of nerve impulses, cardiac regulation, secretion of certain hormones, and activation and stabilization of certain enzymes. When cattle are fed roughages produced on calcium-low soils, or when finishing cattle are fed high-grain diets with limited nonlegume roughage, a calcium deficiency may develop.

Phosphorus
About 80% of the phosphorus in the body is found in the bones and teeth, with the remainder distributed among the soft tissues. Adequate phosphorus is required for optimal performance in growth, reproduction, and lactation. In a phosphorus deficiency, reduced growth and inefficiency of feed conversion, decreased appetite, impaired reproduction, reduced milk production, weak and fragile bones can be expected

Iron & Copper
These are necessary for formulation of haemoglobin.

Cobalt
It is a component of vit B12 molecules thus required for the synthesis of vit B12. Deficiency causes decrease in appetite, anaemia, anoestrus, infertility and execessive lacrimation. Cobalt deficient animals are more susceptible for the parasitic infestation. Growth and production of wool and milk severely hampered in cobalt deficient animals.

Selenium
It helps in vitamin E absorption and utilization. Prevents degeneration and fibrosis of the pancreas in chicks. White muscle disease normally is seen in young calves (or lambs) and is associated with deficiencies of selenium or vitamin E, or both. Affected animals have chalky white striations, degeneration and necrosis of cardiac and skeletal muscle. In addition, paralysis of the hind limbs, and adystrophic tongue. Pigs deficient in selenium, become anorexic with loss of hair and separation of hooves at the coronary band. Paralysis of front and hind legs is common. As the disease progresses there is liver and kidney failure and the pigs become toxic

Vitamin A
Vitamin A deficiency may lead to reproductive disorders, disturbances of the eye & epithelial tissue of respiratory, reproductive, nervous, urinary and gastrointestinal. system.. Corneal lesions are usually associated with advanced vitamin A deficiency. Xerophthalmia is a degenerative condition of the eye associated with a vitamin A deficiency.

Vitamin D
It is important for proper bone growth and ossification. Deficiency lead to rickets, stiffness, weak & bent bones & posterior paralysis. Vitamin D is also required for proper calcium metabolism. Animals housed outside with access to natural, unfiltered sunlight usually have adequate levels of vitamin D3 because inactive vitamin D precursors in the skin are converted to vitamin D3, when the skin is exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light. Herbivores that have limited exposure to UV light should receive supplemental vitamin D3. An inadequate levels of vitamin D can result in nutritional secondary hyperparathyroidism, fibrous osteodystrophy, osteomalacia, cystic calculi, cloacal calculi, and rickets. Pathologic fractures, bone deformities, and soft or deformed shells may occur.

Vitamin E
It is necessary for fertility. It acts as an antioxidant. Deficiency causes muscular dystrophy, infertility.

Vitamin B12
It is required for growth, hemoglobin and red blood cell formation. deficiency of which causes dietary anemias, loss of condition and muscular weakness.

Indications
Live stock Poultry
  • Anoestrus and infertility
  • Milk fever.
  • Pica and stiff gait
  • Rickets and osteomalacia
  • Muscualar dsystrophy
  • Prolapse and haemoglobinurea
  • Thin shelled eggs.
  • Lameness in 2nd week
  • Low hatchability
  • Delayed onset of laying
  • Exudative diathesis (general oedema)
  • Muscular dystrophy

Regular feeding rate
Live stock  
Large animals 30-50 g. once a day
Small animals 10-15 g. once a day.
Poultry  
Broilers and chicks 1 kg / 100 kg feed
Layers and breeders 0.5 kg / 100 kg feed

Presentation
500 gm, 1kg, 2 kg, 10 kg & 25 kg

Note
In anoestrus & infertility – Gromin SE should be given with 4 tabs of vets cu-co for 2-3 weeks.
Lifer DOWNLOAD BROCHURE
Liquid feed supplement with Iron, calcium, B-complex, liver extract and Biotin.

Nutritional value of each 30 ml.
Ferrous gluconate 280mg
Calcium Lactate 300mg
Biotin (Vit. H) 100 mcg
Vit. B1 5mg
Vit. B2 5mg
Niacinamide 50mg
Vit. B12 10 mcg
(equivalent to B12 activity available from 1.67 ml of Liver extract)


Biotin is a functional constituent of various enzyme system necessary to prevent fatty liver & kidney syndromes. It also controls dermatitis affecting bottom of feet, corners of mouth & edges of eye lids. Biotin prevents perosis in chicks & improves hatchability.

Function of individual components :
Lifer contains iron in the form of Ferrous Gluconate, a macro-element required in trace quantity.Iron is essential for growth and increased rate

Lifer
of erythropoiesis. Iron deficiency increases the erythrocyte fragility, thereby shortening their life span and thus increased removal of RBC from circulation.

Lifer contains calcium in the form of calcium lactate, essential for strong bones and more egg production Deficiency causes osteodystrophy. Calcium is co-factor for activation of co-agulation factors.

Biotin (Vit-H) in Lifer has a significant effect on carbohydrate metabolism, fatty synthesis, amino acid deamination, purine synthesis and nucleic acid metabolism.

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) in lifer acts as coenzyme for transketolase, necessary for normal fatty acid and cholesterol production, thereby affecting neuronal membrane synthesis and integrity. It is also necessary for the synthesis of the principal neurotransmitter, acetylcholine, and for the passive transport of sodium across excitable membranes.

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) plays a key role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, amino acids and fats and is central to the processes of mitochondrial respiration and oxidative phosphorylation.

Niacinamide in Lifer is essential for normal carbohydrate metabolism.

Lifer contain Vitamin B12 (cynocobalamine), deficiency of which causes dietary anemias, loss of condition and muscular weakness.

Salient features
  • Lifer is essential for growth, erythropoiesis and to activate co-agulation factor
  • Lifer is an important supportive prescription in the treatment of Liver Fluke infestation.
  • Lifer plays improvement role in carbohydrate, fat & protein metabolism.
  • Lifer helps neuronal membrane synthesis & integrity.
  • Lifer is essential for synthesis of principal neurotransmittor i.e. acetyl choline

Indications
  • Anaemia.
  • Anorexia, cessation of growth, loss of condition, muscular weakness.
  • Prevention of rickets, osteomalacia, degenerative arthropathy.
  • Poor growth, diarrhoea, loss of hair, circumoral skin lesion and excessive lacrimation.
  • Lifer supports early recovery during treatment of various infections and blood loss.
  • Lifer for prevention and control of stress.
  • Paralysis of hind legs in calves.
  • Lifer for increased milk production.

Horse For treatment of britle and weak hoof lesion in horses. Osteodystrophia fibrosa.
Sheep For marked dental abnormalities.
Pig In premature parturition / still birth, anemia in piglets and for rapid growth.
Dogs In flaky dermatitis, muscle weakness, ataxia (in-coordination in movements) and occular lesion.
Poultry Thin shelled eggs, poor hatchability and reduced egg production.

Feeding rate
Cattle, Horse and Camel 50 ml twice daily
Calf, Foal, Sheep, Goat and Pig 25 ml twice daily
Dog 10 ml twice daily
In poultry for each 100 birds  
Chicken 10 ml twice daily
Grower and Broiler 20 ml twice daily
Layer 50 ml twice daily

Presentation
200 ml, 500ml, 1 lt. & 5 lt.
Selmix–P DOWNLOAD BROCHURE

Nutritional value per kg.
Iron 100000mg
Zinc 50000mg
Manganese 100000mg
Copper 7500mg
Iodine 1000mg
Cobalt 300mg
Selenium 200mg

Salient Features
  • Selmix is trace mineral premix.
  • Selmix is fortified with chelated minerals for better absorption.
  • Selmix improve feed efficiency, growth, production, reproduction and immunity.

Iron
Functions in the respiratory processes through oxidation reduction activity

Zinc
Prevents Micromelia skeletal deformities & is important for synthesis of RNA.
In young chicks, signs of zinc deficiency include retarded growth, shortening and thickening of leg bones and enlargement of the hock joint, scaling of the skin (especially on the feet), very poor feathering, reduced feed utilization, loss of appetite, and in severe cases, mortality. Zinc deficiency can reduce egg production in aging hens

Selmix-P

Manganese
Required for growth, health & reproduction
A deficiency of manganese in the diet of young growing chickens is one of the causes of perosis and of thin-shelled eggs and poor hatchability It may also cause chondrodystrophy.

Copper
Important component of cytochrom oxidase: works like Iron

Iodine
Iodine deficiency results in a decreased output of thyroxine from the thyroid gland, which in turn stimulates the anterior pituitary to produce and release increased amounts of thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH). This increased production of TSH results in stimulation, with subsequent enlargement of the thyroid gland.

This lack of thyroid activity causes hens to cease laying and become obese, and also results in the growth of abnormally long, lacy feathers. Iodine deficiency in poultry is easily prevented by supplementing the feed with iodine.

Cobalt
Component & integral part of Vitamin B12 Deficiency causes decrease in appetite, anaemia, anoestrus, infertility and execessive lacrimation. Cobalt deficient animals are more susceptible for the parasitic infestation. Growth and production of wool and milk severely hampered in cobalt deficient animals

Selenium
Prevents exudative diathesis (odema) & act as an antioxidant. Prevents degeneration and fibrosis of the pancreas in chicks. It helps in vitamin E absorption and utilization. White muscle disease normally is seen in young calves (or lambs) and is associated with deficiencies of selenium or vitamin E, or both. Affected animals have chalky white striations, degeneration and necrosis of cardiac and skeletal muscle. In addition, paralysis of the hind limbs, and adystrophic tongue.

Pigs deficient in selenium, become anorexic with loss of hair and separation of hooves at the coronary band. Paralysis of front and hind legs is common. As the disease progresses there is liver and kidney failure and the pigs become toxic.

Calcium
Calcium is the most abundant mineral element in the body; ~98% functions as a structural component of bones and teeth. (Calcium and phosphorus in bones are almost always in a ratio of 2:1). The remaining 2% is distributed in extracellular fluids and soft tissues and is involved in such vital functions as blood clotting, membrane permeability, muscle contraction, transmission of nerve impulses, cardiac regulation, secretion of certain hormones, and activation and stabilization of certain enzymes.

A deficiency of either calcium or phosphorus in the diet of young growing birds results in abnormal bone development. A deficiency of either calcium or phosphorus results in lack of normal skeletal calcification. Calcium deficiency in adult laying hens usually results in reduced shell quality and osteoporosis. This depletion of bone structure causes a disorder commonly referred to as “cage layer fatigue.” When calcium is mobilized from bone to overcome a dietary deficiency, the cortical bone erodes and is unable to support the weight of the hen.

In cattle calcium deficiency may develop when they are fed roughages produced on calcium-low soils, or when finishing cattle are fed high-grain diets with limited nonlegume roughage.

Recommendation / Indication
For preventing trace mineral deficiency and to maintain optimum production.
Inclusion rate
Poultry
Broilers 750 g. / 1000 kg of feed
Layers 600 g. / 1000 kg of feed
Breeders 750 gm / 1000 kg of feed

Swine
Starters 800 g. / 1000 kg of feed
Growers 700 g. / 1000 kg of feed
Fatteners 600 g. / 1000 kg of feed
Breeder 800 g. / 1000 kg of feed

Cattle 750 g. / 1000 kg of feed.
Increase the dose during stress, heat and deficiency disorders.

Pack 25 kg
Vetral DOWNLOAD BROCHURE
(A powerful antisress liquid supplement for cattle and poultry)

Composition
Vitamin A 12,000 I.U.
Vitamin D3 6,000 I.U.
Vitamin E 48 mg
Vitamin B12 20 mcg

Detail of individual ingredient
Vitamin A : deficiency may lead to reproductive disorders, disturbances of the eye & epithelial tissue of respiratory, reproductive, nervous, urinary and gastrointestinal system.. Corneal lesions are usually associated with advanced vitamin A deficiency.
Xerophthalmia is a degenerative condition of the eye associated with a vitamin A deficiency
Vitamin D : A major function and possibly the sole function of vit.D is related to its role in the intestinal and cellular absorption of calcium. Calcium, phosphorus and vit D are closely interrelated physiologically. A deficiency of any one or a severe imbalance of the three may lead to rickets in young or osteomalacia in mature animals, stiffness, weak & bent bones & posterior paralysis.
Vitamin E - It is necessary for fertility. It also acts as an antioxidant. It is required for better immune response. Deficiency causes muscular dystrophy, infertility. Chicks deficient in vit E shows signs of encephalomalacia(out starched legs with toes flexed), exudative diathesis (oedema of the inside thighs under the skin), embryonic mortality and reduced hatchability.
Vitamin B12 is required for growth, hemoglobin, red blood cell formation, embryonic development and feathering (in poultry). Deficiency of vitamin B12 causes dietary anemias, loss of condition and muscular weakness. In poultry deficiency effects hatchability.


Vetral
Recommendations
  • To prevent and overcome stress.
  • To build resistance against various diseases.
  • To accelerate production and growth.

Feeding rate
Poultry : to be given in water or feed for 5-7 days
Chicks 50 ml per 1000 birds
Growers 70 ml per 1000 birds
Layers 100 ml per 1000 birds
Livestock
Sheep and Goat 10 ml daily
Cattle, Camel and Horse 20 ml daily
Pets 3-5 ml daily.

Presentation
30 ml, 60 ml, 100 ml, 500 ml and 1000 ml.
Vets Grogold DOWNLOAD BROCHURE
WS Booster Formula
A Comprehensive Nutritional Solution
Fortified with various enzymes, probiotic, vitamins, chelated minerals, Electrolytes & anti oxidants

Nutritional value per Kg.
  1. Phytase 10000 I.U. 80,000 I.U.
  2. β – Gluconase 2,500,000 I.U.
  3. Xylanase 1,750,000 I.U.
  4. Cellulase 100,000 I.U.
  5. β – Mannase 20,000 I.U.
  6. Alpha Glucasidase 20,000 I.U.
  7. Amylase 25,000 I.U.
  8. Lipase 5,000 I.U.
  9. Acid Protease 25,000 I.U.
  10. Neutral Protease 25,000 I.U.
  11. Pactinase 325,000 I.U.
  12. Protein Hydrolysate 1200 mg
  13. Vitamin – A 500,000 I.U.
  14. Vitamin – D3 100,000 I.U.
  15. Vitamin – E 150 mg
  16. Vitamin B12 2 mg
  17. Vitamin B2 150 mg
  18. Vitamin K 200 mg
  19. Niacinamide 1000 mg
  20. Calcium Pantothenate 300 mg
  21. Chaline Chloride 25 mg
  22. Biotin 4 mg
  23. Selenium 45 mg
  24. Iodine 150 mg
  25. Copper 2 g
  26. Cobalt 150 mg
  27. Zinc 10 g
  28. Manganese 10 g
  29. Iron 15 g
  30. Magnesium 5 g
  31. Potassium 15 mg
  32. Lactobacillus 6,00, millions spores
  33. Dextrose 300 g


Vets Grogold
Salient features
  • Improves growth & performance
  • Improves feed efficacy & productivity
  • Improves flock uniformity & shine
  • Improves digestion & absorption hence increases the utilization efficiency of all nutrients.
  • Extends peak production in layers
  • Reduces environmental pollution
  • Improves the profitability

Various enzymes added in the product provides the following advantages
  1. The product lowers the viscosity of excreta
  2. Prevents diarrhea effectively
  3. Lowers the nutrient contents in the excreta
  4. Lessens the environmental pollution
  5. Increases the daily weight gain
  6. Improves digestion of feed
  7. Regulates immunity
  8. Degrades the anti-nutrients in the feed
  9. Enhances utilization efficiency of the feed
  10. Saves quantity of regular materials by using less expensive ones, decreases feed production cost of farms.
  11. Stabilizes the quality of feed
  12. Improves the production performance & tidiness in the farm.

Usually the intestine of Poultry is short, chime release is quick. Secretion of digestive enzymes is insufficient, especially the endozymes (Protease & amylase). Mean while the daily feed contains antinutritional factors such as NSPs, which result in inefficient digestion of feed. The secretion of endo-digestive enzymes are suppressed under the condition of stress, influencing the digestion & absorption of nutrients, exogenens enzymes are needed to elevate the energy in feed & hence the digestion of protein to the maximum extent.

  1. Phytase For better utilization of Phosphrus, directly & Calcium, Vitamin A & D3 indirectly
  2. β Gluconase For reduction of viscosity of feed in G.I. tract thus facilitating the action of natural digestive enzymes
  3. β Mannanase For reduction of viscosity of feed in G.I. tract thus facilitating the action of natural digestive enzymes
  4. Cellulase For Cellulose digestion of brans
  5. Xylanase Fiber digestion of plants
  6. Alphaglucosidase For degradation of glycogen to glucose
  7. Amylase Protein digestion
  8. Lipase: For fat digestion
  9. Acid Protease Proteolytic digestive enzyme
  10. Neutral Protease Proteolytic digestive enzyme
  11. Pectinase To break down the pectin (Pectin stabilizes the all walls of plant cells)
  12. Vitamin A To prevent retarded growth, cheesy exudates from eye & sticky discharge from nostrils.
  13. Vitamin D3 Prevents leg weakness & thin shelled egg
  14. Vitamin E Prevents Encephelomelacia & incordiration of movements
  15. Vitamin B2 Prevents curled toe & Paralysis of legs
  16. Vitamin K To prevent prolonged blood clotting time
  17. Niacinamide Controls poor growth, black tongue & perosis
  18. Cal. Pentothinate Cares Retarded growth, dermatitis & lesions on eye lids
  19. Vitamin B12 Provides normal growth & Prevents poor feathering & mortality in young chicks
  20. Biotin Prevents roughened & crack on bottom of feet, perosis & dermatitis
  21. Protein hydrolysate `Contains simple portions for instant energy
  22. Choline chloride Prevents poor growth & perosis (slipped tendon)
  23. Iron Functions in the respiratory processes through oxidation reduction activity.
  24. Manganese Required for growth, health & reproduction.
  25. Zinc Prevents Micromelia skeletal deformities & is important for synthesis of RNA
  26. Magnesium Important component of enzymes system.
  27. Copper Important component of cytochrom oxidase: works like Iron
  28. Selenium Prevents exudative diathesis (odema) & act as an antioxidant
  29. Cobalt Component & integral part of Vitamin B12
  30. Iodine Important for thyroxin formation
  31. Potassium It is a cellular constituent to regulate acid base balance
  32. Dextrose To provide energy
  33. Lactobacillus To reduce the population of undesirable bacteria like E-coli.

Inclusion Rate:
  In water In feed
Starter & Grower 1.5 g / litre 3.0 kg / ton
Finisher 1.0 g / litre 2.0 kg / ton
Layer & Breeder 1.0 g / litre 2.0 kg / ton

Regular Feeding schedule
Broilers
  • 4th day of age to 14th day; daily 3 hours a day in drinking water
  • 21st day of age to maturity; daily 3 hours a day in drinking water
Layers
  • 4th day of age to 14th day; daily 3 hours a day in drinking water
  • From 4th week of age onwards; every alternate week daily 3 hours a day in drinking water

Presentation
1 kg