Duck Trace Mineral
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2022-08-14 10:48:45

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2021-07-20 06:22:21

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Good Products For Poultry
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Duck Trace Mineral

For a better farming of duck, it is essential to provide better nutrition to ducks which enhance their growth. In this trace mineral plays an important role for better development of physiological function like better feathering, improved bone formation and enhanced immunity. These all can be achieved by better utilization of organic trace minerals which have the potential in better utilization of minerals in the body. Like chickens, duck also requires trace minerals for same physiological function including oxidation protection, bone development and immunity. In general, the most common form of trace minerals which is used in diet are inorganic which includes salts like chlorides, sulphates, carbonate and oxides. But during some recent time, the use of organictraceminerals has become more commonly used. This is because of there are numerous benefits on health and performance of duck.

  1. More bioavailable than inorganic minerals. .
  2. Protects the minerals from unwanted chemical reaction. .
  3. Gets absorbed more efficiently in the gut for various physiological activity
  4. As they are neutral, there are fewer negative mineral interaction. .
  5. Increase bone strength .
  6. Increases Structural Integrity.
  7. Better Growth and FCR .

There is Anfaboost ATM a vital trace mineral supplement for duckwhich contains all essential minerals (micro and macro) which can be very essential in providing better health and improving performance and productivity. It consist of cobalt, zinc, iron, manganese, iron with other essential minerals that are essential for the body. These minerals help in better synthesis and metabolic activity.

Usage & Administration
For Duck
1kg/Ton of Feed .

Or, as directed by veterinarian consultant.