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Ruminants Animals Feed Enzymes – Dairy Cow Feed Enzymes

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US$41.99

Type: Nutrizyme 2020
Appearance: powder
Colour: Light yellow to brown
Odour: Normal fermentation odour

Availability: 100 in stock

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Feed powder additive ruminant complex diary cow enzymes

Introduction

This product is an enzyme complex including cellulase, xylanase, β-glucanase, mannanase, and so on. It was optimised for diary cows based on the rumen digestion mechanism, the nutritional composition of TMR, and feeding trials on different farms. The product could promote the milking performance of lactating cows, increase milk yield and improve milk quality.

Performance

RECOMMENDED DOSAGE

15-20g/cow/day.

Well mixing of the product with TMR ensures its good performance. The suggested way is to do stepwise mixing, first with small quantity of concentrate feed and then with more and more.

FUNCTIONS & BENEFITS

1.Increase milk production and improve milk quality; 2.Hydrolyze NSP in feed, improve nutrients digestion and feed utilization; 3.Reduce environmental pollution by reducing excretion of organic substances in manure.

PACKAGE&STORAGE

Package: 25kg/bag Storage: Keep sealed in a dry and cool place and avoid direct sunlight. Shelf life: 12 months in a dry and cool place (20℃).

SAFETY

Enzyme preparations are proteins that may induce sensitization and cause allergic type of symptoms in susceptible individuals. Prolonged contact may cause minor irritation for skin, eyes or nasal mucosa. Any direct contact with human body should be avoided. If irritation or allergic response for skin or eyes develops, please consult a doctor.

Appearance

powder

Colour

Light yellow to brown

Odour

Normal fermentation odour

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