The Vitamins In Pig Feed Should Be Added Reasonably
In production practice, how to use good vitamins is a headache. General nutritional additives are determined according to feeding standards. The vitamin requirements listed in the feeding standard should be the minimum required amount, which is the amount that the farmed animal is in the neutral temperature zone and is obtained from the feed under healthy conditions. However, in production, due to environmental conditions, feed processing technology, feed storage time, feed composition, production level and the health of the breeding target, the amount of feed in the feed is higher than that recommended in the feeding standard.
The recommended amount of vitamins in the diet is generally greater than the required amount in the feeding standard. The recommended amount of the company that produces vitamin products is greater than the recommended amount of scientific workers or varieties of companies, generally recommended by scientific workers or varieties of companies. The amount of vitamins recommended by the vitamin manufacturer in the feed may have certain benefits for the health and storage of the animals, but the economic benefits may not achieve the desired results. The rational addition of vitamins will greatly promote the healthy growth and development of the animals, producers. Get better economic benefits. Based on a large number of test results and production feeding effects, the following factors are recommended for the minimum vitamin content per kilogram of feed: 1. General plant-based feed does not contain vitamin A and vitamin D, even if the vitamin A and vitamin D are encapsulated. It is easy to inactivate, so the recommended amount of vitamin A and vitamin D should be several times to ten times larger than the required amount. The recommended amount of vitamin K and vitamin E should be 3 to 5 times higher than the feeding standard.
2. The amount of vitamin B2 and vitamin B5 should be increased by 1.5 times to 2 times higher than the standard of feeding standards.
3. Commonly used feeds are rich in vitamin B1 and vitamin B6. In order to reduce costs, the dosage can be lower than the standard requirement for feeding. Animal feed and bean cake feed contain more choline, so the amount of addition should be lower than the standard requirement of feeding. At the same time, choline chloride is alkaline. When combined with other vitamin additives, it affects the potency of other vitamins. Generally not mixed, it should be added separately.
4. Biotin is rich in feed, which can be reduced compared with the required amount; biotin is high in price, and there is no good economic benefit when adding a certain amount, so no biotin is added to many commercial vitamins.
5. Other vitamins folic acid, vitamin B12, pantothenic acid can be added as needed, and the content of the feed is treated as a safe amount.
The amount of vitamin additive added is generally 200 to 300 grams per ton of feed.