Maintaining the health of livestock can be tricky. They tend to congregate in large groups, which makes them more susceptible to the spread of sickness and disease. For that reason, improving the health and performance of livestock often requires operations to use animal supplements.



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Blending additives into feeds and grains provides beneficial minerals, vitamins, and other nutrients that are essential to supporting ideal health. In addition, high-quality supplements can also improve the shelf life of many feeds by inhibiting mold growth, and protecting against moisture damage.


Essential Animal Supplements

High-quality animal supplements and additives improve livestock health and production profits in three different areas:


Preservation – Feed preservation additives are ideal for farmers, producers, and organizations that store feeds and grains for extended periods of time. They mitigate (and often eliminate) spoilage, inhibit the growth of molds, and protect against moisture damage.

Processing – These types of additives help mills and processing plants to improve the quality of their feeds and grains. They enhance the digestibility and bioavailability of feed, and reduce the amount of wasted product that is created during processing.

Nutrition – Farmers, producers, and organizations looking to support the health of livestock while increasing the profitability of operations often turn to nutritional additives. These supplements improve gut performance, boost nutritional value and nutrient balance, and improve palatability.


There are four feed additives that can efficiently be applied to the three areas above: (1) mold inhibitors, (2) anti-stress agents, (3) pellet binders, and (4)mycotoxin binders


1. Mold Inhibitors

Mold is a problem that most farmers and producers encounter during feed and grain storage. mold inhibitors provide exceptional results that are proven through a series of rigorous scientific trials.

Prevents a wide range of molds

Decreases pungency and corrosiveness which allows for easier handling of products and produces less equipment wear and tear

Prolongs shelf life of feed and grains

Preserves nutritional quality of feed and grains

Minimizes the risk of mycotoxin production in feeds and grains during storage

Increases flexibility in moisture management of feeds and grains


2. Anti-Stress Agents

Animals, especially poultry, typically react to stress by exhibiting more severe symptoms than humans. Trying to boost the productivity of a stressed flock is next to useless without a stress management program in place that incorporates nutritional additives.


3. Pellet Binders

Feeds that crumble easily, break apart, and crack result in millions of dollars of waste every year. Pellet binders added to feed during processing create a stronger, more durable, and safer pellet.


4. Mycotoxin Binders

Mycotoxins are caused by fungi that take root in feed and grains and can cause disease and death to both animals and humans when ingested. A good mycotoxin binder adsorbs mycotoxins irreversibly by maintaining gut pH.

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Binds to a wide range of mycotoxins

High efficacy in mycotoxin binding

Stable across a wide pH range for effective mycotoxin binding throughout the gut

Helps to reduce mycotoxicosis and improves animal health and productivity

Preserving the quality and shelf life of feed allows feed operations to offer a finished product that is more nutritious for long periods of time. Using any one of these four types of animal supplements is a great way to boost production, trim expenses associated with wasted feed and grains, and improve the health of livestock.

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