Vitamin B12 preparation for animal nutrition in Premixes and Compound Feed
1 kg, 25 Kg
Each kg contains
|Vitamin B12 :||100 mg|
Vitamin B12 (Chemical name: Cyanocobalamin) is involved in the formation of haemoglobin, it is an essential part of several enzyme systems, with most reactions involving the transfer or synthesis of methyl groups. Most important function of vitamin B12 is in the metabolism of nucleic acids and proteins, it also functions in carbohydrate and fat metabolism
|In growing chicks -||Reduces body weight gain, feed intake, FCR and Anemia, nervous disorder|
|Secondary effect -||Leg weakness and perosis. Perosis may occur in vitamin B12-deficient chicks when the diet lacks choline, methionine, or betaine as a source of methyl groups.|
|Additional clinical signs -||Gizzard erosion, and fatty deposits in the heart, liver, and kidneys|
|Most obvious signs -||Poor feathering and mortality|
|In hens -||Decrease in body weight and egg production with important influence on egg size|
- • Required for normal growth, metabolism and formation of blood.
- • It is directly involved in the synthesis of some amino acids.
- • It can cure perosis caused due to choline or methionine deficiency.
- • Improves body weight gain and egg size along with proper feathering
- • Improves overall performance
|Broiler :||220 g per tonne of feed|
|Replacement :||220 g per tonne of feed|
|Layer :||100 g per tonne of feed|
|Breeder :||150 g per tonne of feed|
Ensure trough and uniform mixing