Amino acids. L-Threonine


Threonine is the limiting amino acid essential to the skeletal muscle growth and is a part of immune proteins and digestive enzymes. Used for balancing Threonine in domestic pigs and birds nutrition plans.
Health benefits:
  • Plays a major role in the synthesis of purines and glycine
  • Serves as a source of energy
  • Regulates feed intake
Advantages:
  • Stimulates lysine absorption and digestion
  • Completely digestible unlike threonine that is contained in vegetable proteins
  • Reduces nitrogen excretion which is beneficial to the environment
Dosage: Poultry — 0,4 – 0,8%;
Pigs — 0,5 – 1,0%.
Packaging:
  • Multilayered paper bag, 25 kg each
Expiration term: 24 month

Amino acids. L-Methionine


Methionine is classified as the limiting amino acid and plays important role in metabolic processes, synthesis of proteins, enzymes, hormones and vitamins. Used for balancing Methionine in domestic pigs, birds and fish nutrition plans
Health benefits:
  • Increases hemoglobin synthesis
  • Improves kidney function
  • Increases urine acidity which prevents kidney stone formation
Advantages:
  • More effective digestion
  • Reduced feed costs
  • Less harm to the environment
Dosage:
Laying hens — 0,125 – 0,25 %;
Piglets (under 25 kg) — 0,1 – 0,20 %;
Fattening pigs — 0,04 – 0,10 %;
Mature pigs — 0,04 – 0,10 %;
Sows — 0,8 – 1,6 %;
Fish — 0,025 – 0,25%;
Crustaceans — 0,025 – 0,25%.
Packaging:
  • Multilayered paper bag, 25 kg each
Expiration term: 24 month

Amino acids. L-Lysine Sulphate 70%


Lysine is one of the limiting amino acids that is used in nucleic acids synthesis, hydrocarbon metabolism and production of antibodies, hormones and ferments. Used for balancing Lysine in domestic pigs and birds nutrition plans.
Health benefits:
  • Improves nitrogen balance
  • Increases secretion of digestive enzymes
  • Improves calcium transit to cells
Advantages:
  • Easily mixes with other nutritional ingredients
  • Reduces nutrition costs
  • Reduces chloride content in feed
Characteristics:
  • Particle size — 90% > 500-1300 μm
  • Volumetric weight — 700 kg/m3 ± 10%
  • pH — 4.0 – 5.0
  • Humidity < 3.0 %
  • Ash < 3.0 %
Components:
Free L-lysine — 55,00 %
Lysine — 56.14 %
Arginine — 2.20 %
Aspartic acid — 1.06 %
Glutamic acid — 1.89 %
Glycine — 0.58 %
Isoleucine — 0.68 %
Leucine — 0.73 %
Methionine — 0.22 %
Alanine — 0.67 %
Threonine — 0.73 %
Phenylalanine — 0.56 %
Histidine — 0.52 %
Tyrosine — 0.97 %
Valine — 1.20 %
Serine — 0.43 %
Total: 68.58 %
Dosage:
Broilers — 1,6 – 4,0 %;
Laying hens — 0,8 – 1,6 %;
Turkeys, partridges — 2,5 – 4,0 %.
Piglets (under 25 kg) — 2,5 – 4,0 %;
Fattening pigs — 1,6 – 2,5 %;
Sows — 0,8 – 1,6 %.
Packaging:
  • Multilayered paper bag, 25 kg each
  • Big-Bag #1, 500 kg
  • Big-Bag #2, 800 kg
Expiration term: 24 month

Amino acids. L-Lysine HCL


Lysine is one of the limiting amino acids that is used in nucleic acids synthesis, hydrocarbon metabolism and production of antibodies, hormones and ferments. Used for balancing Lysine in domestic pigs and birds nutrition plans
Benefits:
  • Improves nitrogen balance
  • Increases secretion of digestive enzymes
  • Improves calcium transit to cells
Dosage
(kg/t):
Broilers — 1,0 – 2,5;
Laying hens — 0,5 – 1,0;
Turkeys, partridges — 1,5 – 2,5;
Piglets (under 25 kg) — 1,5 – 2,5;
Fattening pigs — 1,0 – 1,5;
Sows — 0,5 – 1,0.
Packaging:
  • Multilayered paper bag, 25 kg each
  • Big-Bag #1, 500 kg
  • Big-Bag #2, 800 kg
Expiration term: 24 month