10% Zn Amino Acid Chelate Feed Additive Poultry
|FOB Price:||US $1 / Ton|
|Min. Order:||1 Ton|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|1 Ton||US $1/ Ton|
|Transport Package:||According to The Customer|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T|
- Model NO.: Ah-Zn
- Release Type: Quick
- Type: Manure
- Brown Powder: Organic Fertilizer
- Specification: 20kg/bag, quilified
- Classification: Compound Fertilizer
- Appearance: Powder
- 20mesh: 100% Solubel
- Trademark: AH-ZN
- Origin: Sichuan, China
1. Quality Specification:
Light yellow powder
100% Water Soluble
Total amino acid
Style of fertilization
10~15KG/acre, 800~1000 times dilution.
Foliar fertilizer and drip irrigation
10~15KG/acre, 200~300 times dilution.
2. Package and Storage:
20KG/BAG, 10KG/BAG. (Kraft bag outside and plastic bag inside)
Please seal it tightly in cool and dry enviroment.
|Appearance||Light yellow powder|
|Solubility||100% Water Soluble|
|Moisture||Less than 5%|
|Total amino acids||More than 25%|
|Total nitrogen||More than 10%|
|Organic zinc||More than 10%|
1.Zinc Amino Acid Chelate can provide both zinc and a variety of amino acids, high bioavailability, improve animal growth performance, immune function, promote fur growth, enhance the anti stress ability of animal
2. feeding poultry, can improve the laying rate 10%, improve the eggshell quality, feeding poultry, can improve the growth performance and increase bone zinc deposition, weight gain rate increased more than 5%,feed consumption ratio decreased 10%; feeding birds, can improve the survival rate of chicks and hatching rate.
3. feeding beef cattle, can increase the weight of more than 8%, the feed to improve the utilization rate of 8%; feeding dairy cows, increased milk yield above 5%. In addition, zinc amino acid chelate also reduce the beef and dairy cattle footrot disease.
4.feeding weaned piglets, can enhance the disease resistance, reduce the dysentery of piglets, growth speed 3-6%, feed conversion rate 2-8%,feeding fattening pigs can make the feed conversion ratio improved by more than 3.5%. To improve the reproductive performance of sows.