Composition and mode of action
ZeoFeed is a natural mineral Zeolite - Clinoptilolite, crystalline aluminosilicate mineral, of sedimentary origin. Its internal structure consists of many channels, pores and cavities. These pores are useful for cation-exchange capacity (CEC). The surface of Clinoptilolite is negatively charged. It has a strong affinity to positively charged selective elements or molecules.
Why to choose ZeoFeed?
To achieve efficacy in animal feed production
- ensures safe, dry and loose feed during storage and transportation with positive effect on lower occurrence of mold growth and toxins (mycotoxins) in storage silos
- anti-caking effect facilitates free-flowing feed without clumps during entire application process
- feed is significantly more flowable
- additive is chemically stable and inert to all important feed nutrients
Direct incorporation into the complete feed mixture
ZeoFeed is added for better consistency and homogenously blended feed. It significantly protects stored compound feed against humidity and inhibiting mold growth. Due to its anti-caking effect, ZeoFeed makes the feed free-flowing.
Production of premixes
ZeoFeed serves as an anticaking agent for animal feed premix production. ZeoFeed is chemically inert, safe to add and compatible to blend with other ingredients.
To use experiences with clinoptilolite in animal nutrition
Based on more than 20 years of experiences, supported by dozens of scientific articles and industry professional peer reviewed studies with clinoptilolite in animal nutrition, is the substance further considered as an additive that contributes to increased feed efficacy, efficient use of feed energy, improved feed conversion, reduced ammonia concentration in the gastrointestinal tract and a factor that results in drier and less odoriferous manure with a higher nitrogen content.
In what parameters? *
- improved production parameters, weight gain and feed conversion
- increased nutrient digestibility when less caloric value passes unabsorbed through intestinal tract
- slower passage of ingesta through the gastrointestinal tract and increase in the microbial activity in the small intestine
- better buffering effect that stabilizes the pH of the digestive tract
- substantially reduced ammonia concentration in animal digestive tract, traped most of occurring heavy metal ions, bioamines, polar-charged mycotoxins and some of harmful metabolites
- better animal welfare in stalls when lowering of moisture and unbound ammonia contributes to reduction in diseases and flies/parasites
* References are available on request