Composition of the feed additive «ZDOROVA PTICYA»
16.4 kcal / 100 g
Irreplaceable minerals in feed additive «ZDOROVA PTICYA»:
Potassium occupies the third place in the content of animals among the mineral elements, second only to calcium and phosphorus. The concentration of potassium inside the cells exceeds the concentration of sodium 20-30 times. Potassium accounted for about 5% of the total mineral content of the animal body. The highest concentration of potassium is characteristic for muscles, as well as erythrocytes and spleen. Potassium performs the same important functions in the body as sodium, but not in the blood plasma and intercellular fluid, but inside cells. Potassium deficiency leads to growth retardation, muscle weakness, decreased feed intake, intracellular acidosis, impaired functioning of the nervous system, and reduced heart rate.
Magnesium ranks fourth among metals in content in the body as a whole, the second in soft tissues after potassium and in bone tissue after calcium. The lack of magnesium leads to serious biochemical abnormalities in the body of animals and birds with characteristic symptoms. Magnesium is involved in the metabolism of amino acids, lipids and sugars. Regulates bone mineralization, calcium metabolism, phosphorus, and vitamin D. The addition of magnesium in the diet of pigs in a concentration of 150-400 g/t of sows improves prolificacy of 5-7%, 11-15% fertility, the reduction of the idle period of 8-10 days, increase the fertilizing ability of boars.
Glycine accounts for 30% of the total amount of collagen amino acids and 15% of the amino acids of the pen proteins. The share of collagen accounts for 25% of all proteins of the chicken, and its total content increases 7 times over the period from 12 to 19 days of development of the chicken. The chicken organism is able to provide its needs for this amino acid by only 60-70%. This amino acid is semi-irreplaceable, because it is necessary for the growth of young animals. Glycine is necessary for a bird to synthesize uric acid, the main product of metabolism. An adult hen excretes 4-5 g of uric acid per day, the synthesis of which consumes 1.8 to 2.2 grams of glycine, respectively.
Sodium formate suppresses the growth and development of enterobacteria, including Escherichia coli and Salmonella. Positively affects the growth of live weight, eating and conversion of feed. Takes part in the reactions of transmethylation and eventually oxidizes to carbon dioxide.