Importers & Distributors of a wide range of products which include Growth Promoters such as Roxarsone 20%, Bacitracin Methylene Disalicylate 10% (BMD), Chlortetracycline 15% Premix Granular(CTC), Salinomycin 12%, Rovimix Stay C, Zinc Bacitracin 15% Powder.
Betaine hydrochloride is an efficient methyl group supplier and can be used to partially replace methionine and choline chloride in feed rations to decrease formulation costs. Betaine hydrochloride has been found to increase lean weight gain and improve the meat quality. Betaine hydrochloride has been found to be highly effective in increasing the survival rate of juvenile fish and shrimp.
Roxarsone 20% is an organoarsenic compound that is widely used in poultry production as a feed additive to increase weight gain and improve feed efficiency, and as a coccidiostat. Roxarsone is also used to improve feed efficiency for growing chickens, growing turkeys, and growing-finishing swine. It also enhances pigmentation of growing chickens and growing turkeys. Roxarsone, an aid in the treatment of swine dysentery.
Bacitracin Methylene Disalicylate is an antibacterial feed additive, which is used for improving rate of weight gain and increasing the feed efficiency in poultry and swine. It is active to prevent and control of different forms of enteritis in poultry and swine and especially active against Clostridia Perfringens, the causative agent of necrotic enteritis.
Indications and Usage:
Improve growth and feed efficiency.
Certified for the prevention and control of enteritis.
Increase egg production.
Not absorbed from the intestinal tract and leaves no residue in meat or egg.
Safe for animals and humans when used as recommended.
Salinomycin is a polyether antibiotic from the group of ionophores. Salinomycin, for prevention of coccidiosis in poultry (chickens for fattening and chickens reared for laying up to 12 weeks of age) caused by Eimeria tenella, E. acervulina, E. mivati, E. maxima, E. necatrix. For improvement of weight gain and feed conversion efficiency in pigs and ruminants with developed forestomachs (calves and lambs) for fattening.