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Nativol

nature’s gift to livestock


Product Details

  • Carcass hygiene: A significant consequence of the phytogen additives antimicrobial action in animal feed is improved microbiological carcasses hygiene of poultry. This has been confirmed in studies on the effects of oregano essential oil to the total number of bacteria and specific pathogens such as Salmonella on chicken carcasses.
  • Dosage : Broilers, Commercial Layers and Breeders in all stages of growth: 100 grams per ton of finished feed.
    Aquaculture: 100 grams to 200 grams per ton
    Swine: Initial / Growth / Finishing 100 grams to 200 grams per ton
    Sows: Pregnancy / Lactation 100 grams to 200 grams per ton
    Storage: Keep in a well ventilated dry place away from direct sunlight.
    Shelf life: 24 months in original packing
Introduction

Scientifically proven synergistic blend of Natural extracts of essential oils for use as nutritional supplements for Animal Feeds
1. Natural mechanism of evolution has provided certain plants with desirable active components having antibacterial, antifungal and antioxidant properties that are used to protect them.
2. Knowledge of the therapeutic action of herbs and spices and their properties have been an ancient Indian system of medicines for over 6000 years.
3. The use of essential oils as feed additives for agricultural animals has become an exciting area of study as a means of improving animal productivity. Coupled with recent research and state-of-art manufacturing technologies, we developed Nativol.

Benefits on Environment:

Nativol is formulated from standardized raw materials obtained from natural and renewable sources and not from oil and its derivatives. After their elimination, they are degraded in the environment. Phytogenics balance the intestinal microflora and stimulate the digestive functions and as a result have a better feed conversion. Thus, nutrients are better utilized and therefore, there is less production of fecal waste and pollutants eg. ammonia, into the environment.

Intestinal Integrity :

The intestinal epithelium must selectively absorb nutrients but exclude luminal pathogens and pro-inflammatory molecules from host tissues. During this process, there is a rapid turnover of intestinal epithelial cells that in poultry consumes 30-36% of energy from feed nutrients and / or animal body reserves. Injuries caused by intestinal pathogens invading the GIT, besides compromising digestion and nutrient absorption, increase energy consumption compared to the inflammatory processes and tissue renewal.



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