LeoFeed® Powder is a leonardite -based feed supplement powder. LeoFeed® Powder contains only natural raw materials and natural acids, minerals and microelements in a form complexed by organic humic acid . This means they are easily absorbed in the digestive tract of animals, thus promoting the digestibility of feed and enabling a better specific feed consumption. Binds toxicants and chemical residues. Enhances resistance to stress. Its use results in a faster weight gain and a healthier stock.
LeoFeed® Powder is produced from highly oxidised German lignite sources (leonardite) originating from the decomposition of organic matter. Leonardite originates from the chemical and biological humification of plant matter combined with the high biological activity of microorganisms .
Humic and fulvic acids created during brown coal (leonardite) formation are organic complex-forming molecules with exceptional properties that facilitate the uptake of microelements. They help to build up energy-generating and protective capacities and play a major role in detoxication. The ”four powers” of humic acids (effective uptake, biological effect, detoxication, natural origin) surpass the properties of traditional complex formers.
LeoFeed® Powder can be used for all animals as prevention or additional treatment for diarrhea. It can help to detoxicate the animals of heavy metals and mycotoxins. It can be used as a key element of specific toxin binders.
Results of its applications for different species:
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
For all livestock species, mix in with the feed
8-10 kg per ton of feed
0.25 g per kg of body weight per day
Using humic acid in diets for dairy goats by Taskin Degirmencioglu
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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
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Control of energy allocation in cladocerans by feed algae varying quality and under stress conditions by Diploma zoologist Rihab Bouchnak, Syria