BioGen 1000 U/g
Enzyme for Poultry
Phytase Enzyme 1000 U/g
• Broilers and pullets
• Laying and breeder hens’ herds
Dosage and Instruction
Broilers and pullets
500 grams per ton of feed
Laying and breeder hens’ herds
300-500 grams per ton of feed
Properties and effects
• Enhancing the nutrient digestibility and optimal use of phosphorus and other nutrients
• Decreasing the phosphorus and nitrogen excretion and reduction of environmental pollution
• Decreasing the ration price due to using matrix value tables
• Resistant to pelleting temperature
Mechanism of Action
Phosphorus is mainly stored as phytate in cereals. The phytate phosphorus is hardly accessible for the poultry; hence, large amounts of phosphorus are excreted through the waste, leading to economic and environmental problems. Phytic acid or phytate is found in all plant-based compounds, especially in cereals and leguminous seeds, which is an indigestible nutrient decreasing the absorption of phosphorus as well as essential minerals such as zinc, iron, calcium and potassium plant materials for poultry due to the minor secretion of phytase in gastrointestinal tract. Phytic acid also forms complex compounds with proteins and starches and reduces their solubility. Phytate reduces the activity of digestive enzymes such as alpha-amylase and lipase or proteases such as pepsin and trypsin in the gastrointestinal tract by negatively affecting their activity. Studies indicated that using phytase in poultry feed increases the bioavailability of phosphorus, improves the digestibility of nitrogen and amino acids and apparent metabolizable energy, and ultimately improves poultry performance.
Keep in a dry, cool place with a temperature below 25 ° C. Make sure the sachet lid is tightly closed after use.
Best consumption time
Up to 12 months after production date.
10 kg three-layer packages.