Choline chloride is used as an important feed additive in animal species, especially chickens. Significant volumes of this compound are used in feed for poultry, swine, ruminant, aqua, pet, and horse. It is also known as vitamin B4 although it is required in a much higher level than vitamins.Choline Chloride DEFICIENCYThe deficiency of choline causes perosis, characterised by puffiness around the hock joint, flattening of the tibiometatarsal joint and a twisting and bowing of the metatarsal with a slipping of the Achilles tendon from the condyle. The livers of deficient birds show abnormal fat contents. Yeast, fish meal oil cake and synthetic choline can be given to birds.
We are leading manufacturer and exporter of Swiss Chemie Special (Mycotoxin Binder) and our product is made up of good quality.Swiss Chemie Special is a multi-component toxin binder specially developed as a complete solution to the mycotoxin problem. Swiss Chemie Special binds to selective mycotoxins found in feed such as AFB (aflatoxins), ZEA (zearalenone), DON (Deoxynivalenol) and OCH (Ochratoxin) and also prevents mould growth in feed stored in the humid environment.
threonine is usually the second limiting amino acid (offered by Swiss Chemie ) after lysine for pigs and the third one after sulphur amino acids (methionine + cysteine) and lysine for poultry. As lysine, threonine is an indispensable amino acid for body protein deposition and growth. Thus, deficiency in threonine affects the utilization of dietary lysine and consequently animal growth.
Lysine HCL is the first limiting amino acid. Lysine is a kind of amino acid, which can't be compounded automatically in the animal body. It is an essential acid required in the diets of swine, poultry and most other animal species.Lysine is the "leading amino acid" offered by Swiss Chemie is used in both pig and poultry feeds with regard to quantity and frequency of supplementation.
Chickens are unable to produce methionine and therefore must obtain it through their diets. Generally, methionine is one of the first limiting amino acids in poultry nutrition and typically in most diets this amino acid has to be added to the poultry feed.DL-Methionine is synthesize from petrochemical raw materials using an environmentally friendly patented proprietary process by the feed additives business of SWISS CHEMIE,known as the carbonate process.
Vitamin D can be produced when sunlight hits the bird's skin.Deficiency leads to rickets. Birds produce thin shelled eggs with reduced hatchability, show leg weakness and penguin like sitting posture. The beak, claws and ribs become very pliable
A water emulsifiable solution to be used as a supplemental source of Vitamins A and D3 in cattle.Vitamin A is required for normal growth, reproduction and maintenance of epithelial cells in good condition (skin and the linings of the digestive, reproductive, and respiratory tracts).Vitamin D3 is required for proper absorption and utilisation of calcium and phosphorous, which are required for normal growth, bone development, and eggshell formation.
Retinoic acid is the most active biological form of vitamin A and retinyl palmitate is the major storage form of vitamin A in the skin. In cosmetics, natural and syntheticretinol and retinol derivatives are used as skin conditioners and anti-acne agents in a variety of moisturizers, lotions and anti-aging creams.We are leading manufacturer and exporter of Swiss Chemie Special ( Vitamin A ) and our product is made up of good quality.For more information Press Click
The most active form of vitamin E, as previously stated, found in feed ingredients is d-alpha-tocopherol. For many years, the primary source of vitamin E inanimal feed was the natural tocopherols found in green plant materials and seeds.
Vitamins and Minerals Important to Poultry:---Riboflavin (B2)Curly-toe paralysis, poor growth and poor egg productionPantothenic AcidDermatitis and lesions on mouth and feetNiacinBowed legs, inflammation of tongue and mouth cavityCholinePoor growth, fatty liver, decreased egg production
Vitamin A deficiency is occasionally seen in chickens and turkeys (insufficient vitamin A during 1-7 weeks of age). As in the case of other nutritional deficiencies, classic signs of deficiency are very rare in commercial poultry fed complete diets.SignsPoor growth.Poor feathering.Nasal and ocular discharge.Drowsiness.Pale comb and wattles.Eyelids stuck shut with thick exudate.Treatment Vitamin A in drinking water.