Charcoal for mixed feed for poultry and pig farming.
1-2% compounds result in amazing eggs and great tasting meat!
Examples of Use
- To reduce fat, normally apply 1%, or 1.5-2% for short periods, to the general feed.
- For improved egg freshness and to prevent cracks in eggshells, add 1-2% to general feed.
- To deodorize manure, add 2-3% to general feed.
Add charcoal/wood vinegar to feed!
Chickens: Eggs – significantly reduce odors, increase egg-laying rates, prevent soft-broken eggs and improve egg quality;
Broiler – enhance feed efficiency, reduce floor drying/excess fat
Dairy cattle: Improve milk fat percentage and milk flavor
Pigs: Significant reduction of odors, improved feed efficiency, improved milk acidity (when raising piglets), improved fat and meat quality
Fisheries: Improved meat quality (firm flesh), conservation of water quality, enhanced nutrition and promotion of energy metabolization
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