Sodium Humate For Animal Feed

Sodium humate for animal feed can reduce harmful substances in chemical feed additives.

  • Animal feed sodium humate, for the feed or waters with urea and ammonium added to increase protein source and fertilizer, can not only relieve the ammonium poisoning of animals (highly active sodium humate forms ammonium humate quickly with ammonium) To quickly evaporate toxic substances, it can also speed up the conversion of non-protein nitrogen into amino acids and protein nitrogen in feed, greatly improve feed utilization and improve economic efficiency.
  • sodium humate can make the oil in the feed difficult to oxidize, reduce the bad odor, promote the rapid absorption and diffusion of the feed in the animal’s digestive organs, increase the activity of digestive enzymes, and reduce the incidence.
  • Sterilization and disinfection. Reduces the sensitivity of broilers and turkeys to stress.Improves immunity, thus promoting growth.Improves feed conversion.Reduces ammonia emission and smell
  • Helps to prevent excessive losses of water via the intestine.

Highly active sodium humate is refined by physical, chemical.

  • Sodium humate for feed is essentially different from conventional weathered coal-based extraction of HA.
  • It has been proven to be effective in killing fungi and bacteria through many years of research in agriculture, medicine and animal husbandry. At present, it has been widely used in plant sterilization, animal disinfection and anti-inflammatory.
  • In addition to FA, bio-fermented humic acid also contains a certain amount of base acid, nucleic acid, vitamins, inositol, polysaccharides, active strains and enzymes, which directly participate in metabolism, repair biofilm, increase cell viability and inhibit sympathetic excitation.
  • Enhance the function of the digestive system and various organs to reduce body temperature, prolong sleep time, and reduce the consumption of anti-gene mutations.
  • BFA-containing biocomposites have a significant effect on alleviating the common “stress response”, “edema disease”, “vibriosis”, and “bacterial ulcer disease” in shrimp and crab cage culture in southern China.