Feed Additive Organic Chromium Compound

Place of Origin China
Brand Name ChromPower® Propionate
Certification FAMI-QS, ISO9001, ISO22000
Model Number 4000
Minimum Order Quantity 5000 KG
Price negotiable
Packaging Details 25kg/bag
Delivery Time prompt shipment
Payment Terms L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Supply Ability 4000 MT/year
Product Details
Chromium Propionate Not Less Than 2.1% Cr(III) Content Not Less Than 0.4%
Appearance Light Green Powder Moisture Not More Than 5%
Pb Not More Than 20 Ppm As Not More Than 5 Ppm
Target Animals Suitable For All Animals And Stages Dosage 50~150gram/ton Of Complete Feed
Usage Feed Additives Package 25 Kgs / Bag (outside PP And Inner PE)
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feed additive organic chromium compound


2.10 percent light green powder

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Product Description

2.10% light green powder as feed additive chromium propionate


Are there other Organic Chromium products on the market?

Yes. Except chromium picolinate, there are chromium propionate, chromium nicotinate, chromium methionine and chromium yeast.


What is the dosage of Chromium in animal feed?

0.2~0.6 ppm Cr/ ton of complete feed


What kind of animals can be used for chromium propionate?

Swine, poultry, cattle, aqua


Did Chromium Propionate approved by EU, China or USA?

It is a very normal feed additive and which is approved by China and USA. Still not be approved by EU


Description and function

Chromium Propionateis an organic chromium compound. It is  widely used as human health-care products, medicine, food additives and feed additives. Chromium Propionate has already been approved by FDA and China. As a nutritional trace mineral, chromium has the effect on animals as follows.

1. Alleviate various stresses(heat, cold, transportation, etc.)

2. Improve carcass quality and lean meat, reduce fat concentration

3. Increase glucose absorption, promote growth, immunity and FCR

4. Improve female’s reproductive performance, enhance sow’s farrowing rate,layer’s laying rate and cow’s milk yield