Bioavailability Antibiotic Feed Additives For Beef Cattle 4000 PPM
|Place of Origin
|FAMI-QS, ISO9001, ISO22000
|Minimum Order Quantity
|L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
|Not Less Than 2.1%
|Not Less Than 4000 Ppm
|Light Green Powder
|Not More Than 5%
|Not More Than 20 Ppm
|Not More Than 5 Ppm
|Suitable For All Animals And Stages
|50~150gram/ton Of Complete Feed
|25 Kgs / Bag (outside PP And Inner PE)
Bioavailability feed additives for beef cattle,
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Chromium Propionate as Cattle Feed Additives
Description and function
Chromium propionate is an organic chromium compound. It is widely used as human health products, medicine, food additives and feed additives. Chromium propionate has been approved by FDA and China. As a nutrient trace mineral, chromium has the following effects on animals.
1. Relieve various pressures (heat, cold, transportation, etc.)
2. Improve carcass quality and lean meat, and reduce fat concentration
3. Increase glucose absorption, promote growth, immunity and FCR
4. Improve the reproductive performance of females, improve the litter rate, egg production rate and milk production of cows
|Not less than 4000 ppm
|Not more than 5%
|Not more than
|Not more than 5 ppm
Are there other Organic Chromium products on the market?
Yes. Except chromium picolinate, there are chromium propionate, chromium nicotinate, chromium methionine and chromium yeast.
How is the bioavailability of Chromium Propionate in swine feed?
Compared with chromium picolinate, chromium propionate's relative bioavailability in swine is 13%.
It is the words from US Swine Nutrition Guide
Why use chromium propionate more in ruminants?
Because rumen and simple stomach is totally different. Chromium Propionate maybe more efficient on rumen animals.
What is the dosage of Chromium in animal feed?
0.2~0.6 ppm Cr/ ton of complete feed.
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