Feed additive complex enzymes for poulty Nutrizyme SFQ-081
Complex Feed Enzymes (SFQ-081) is designed according to the characteristics of poultry’s (broiler, layer or duck ) digestive system and the nutrition of their feedstuff through biological tests. Each enzyme is made from excellent strains through liquid deep fermentation and extraction technology. The functions of Complex Feed Enzymes are as follows: 1.It can supplement the endogenic enzymes of poultry, to improve their antiviral ability (or anti-stress ability), accelerate poultry’s growth rate. 2.It can eliminate the anti-nutritional factors in feedstuff and reduce the viscosity of chymus in poultry’s digestive tract, so as to improve poultry’s absorption of nutrition and increase the digestive rate of feedstuff. 3.It can increase the energy efficiency of feedstuff and decrease cost. 4.It can decrease the content of N in poultry’s dejecta, improve their living environment and avoid epidemic disease. 5.It can destroy plant cell wall, release the cell content adequately and improve the feedstuff utilization.
Enzyme composition Unit (U/G)
|Ingredient||Activity SFQ-081(U/G)||Ingredient||Activity SFQ-081(G/G)|
|Cellulase (in CMCase)||≥50||Alpha-amylase||≥50|
0.3-0.5kg per ton of feedstuff.
This product is applicable to livestock and poultry’s (broiler, layer or duck ) feedstuff. It should be mixed with feedstuff enough. Suggest to mix this product with a small quantity of feedstuff firstly, then mix with large quantity of feedstuff for direct feeding.
2.This product should be stored in a cool and dry place in sealed container, avoiding insolation, high temperature and damp. 3.12 months in cool and dry place. 24 months in dry place at 5~15℃.
Enzyme preparations belong to protein, which may induce sensitization and cause allergic type reactions in sensitized individuals. Prolonged contact may cause minor irritation for skin, eyes or nasal mucosa, so any direct contiguity with human body should be avoided. If irritation or allergic response for skin or eyes develops, consult a doctor.