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Concentrated Liquid Sodium Salt of Fulvic Acid 

FulvoFeed®

Liquid
ANIMAL FEED SUPPLEMENT 

Liquid Sodium Salt of Fulvic Acid

DESCRIPTION
FulvoFeed® Liquid consists of fulvic and humic acid from a high-quality and high-concentration aquatic source. Being a liquid, it is easy to use in drinking water dispensing systems. It stimulates the immune system, improves the efficacy of vaccinations and, owing to the antiviral and antimicrobial properties of fulvic acids, can reduce animal illnesses. It can also help to remove thebiofilm from water pipes, which is a potential breeding ground for pathogens.

ORIGIN
FulvoFeed® Liquid is obtained from a unique groundwater source. In this form, it is highly bioavailable and is much better for animals than chemically extracted fulvic acids.

BENEFITS
Fulvic acids have long been known for their antibacterial and antiviral effects, which there are even reports about from ancient Egyptian times. Systematic research on the antiviral effect of fulvic acids started when it was discovered by chance that some peat preparations showed a healing effect against foot-and-mouth disease. Further studies proved virus adsorption and a synthesis blocking effect in the case of several RNA and DNA viruses.

The effect of fulvic acids on microbes can be put down to several reasons according to scientific studies. For one thing, they can affect the catalysis of the metabolic reactions, and a definite blocking effect on bacteria and viruses was also achieved. At the same time, fulvic acids show a direct protective effect against harmful microbes, forming ionic bonds with the cell-protein toxins and thereby blocking the uptake of these molecules through the mucous membrane.

FulvoFeed® Liquid can be used in intensive livestock rearing and production to increase immunity and improve the response to vaccinations. Its prophylactic use can reduce sensitivity to stress and the reproduction of pathogens.

Application results: 

  • Can be used as an alternative to antibiotic growth promoters
  • Improves the response to vaccinations
  • Reduces the production of stress hormones
  • Stimulates the immune system and decreases the mortality rate
  • As a dilator, it increases cell wall permeability and increases the transfer of minerals to the cells
  • Reduces biofilm formation in water pipes
  • Does not form residues in the organisms of warm-blooded animals

Target species: Poultry, pigs, rabbits

DIRECTIONS FOR USE
For poultry, pigs and rabbits, mix in with drinking water.

Recommended applications:
Drinking water:
3 l per 1000 liters of drinking water

Body weight:
0.5 ml per kg of body weight per day


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LITERATURE HINTS


  • Using humic acid in diets for dairy goats by Taskin Degirmencioglu
  • Peat as a feed supplement for animals: a Review by M. TRCKOVA, L. MATLOVA, H. HUDCOVA, M. FALDYNA, Z. ZRALY, L. DVORSKA,V. BERAN, I. PAVLIK
  • Humic Acid Substances in Animal Agriculture by K.M.S. Islam, A.Schuhmacher and J.M.
  • The effect of dietry Humic Acid supplementation on some producktive and phydiological traits of laying hens by Maysa,M.Hanafy and A.M.H. El-Sheikh
  • Dissolved humic substances can prolong  the lifespan of Caenorhabditis elegans and influence its gene expression by Waltraud Wild
  • Differential influence of the green alga Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata and other fodder qualities by Rihab Bouchnak  
  • The humic substances preparation HuminFeed modulates lifespan and fertility of Moina macrocopa Straus by Ramona Rauch
  • In vitro assessment of AhR-mediated activities of TCDD in mixture with humic substances by M. Bittner, K. Hilscherova, J.P. Giesy
  • Control of energy allocation in cladocerans by feed algae varying quality and under stress conditions by Diploma zoologist Rihab Bouchnak, Syria
  • Summary Report, By Commitee For Veterinary Medicinal Products Humic Acids and Their Sodium Salts
  • Development of an innovative peat lipstick based on the UV-B protective effect of humic substances by R. Klöcking, Y. Felber, M. Guhr, G. Meyer, R. Schubert and J.I. Schoenherr