Humic Acids Used in animal feed industry to reduce the antibiotics application as well as the toxins heavy metals, guarantee the meat and diary quality.

Decompose the various complex molecular nutrients in the feed and carry out the good organic combination.

Increase gastrointestinal function, and promote protein assimilation.

Decompose the various complex molecular nutrients in the feed and carry out the good organic combination, increase gastrointestinal function, and promote protein assimilation.

Improve the permeability of Animal cell membranes and Protoplasts. Increase the interstitial water volume and cell water content of muscle cells, and cause the phenomenon of animal hair and skin tenderness.

The adsorption of HA makes the feed nutrient slower through the intestine, enhances the absorption, digestion time. Thus, it improves the absorption rate of nutrients.

Sodium Humate makes full use of non-protein in feed, and the higher limit of feed protein is converted into muscle protein while the HA molecules remaining in the intestine can also Absorption of Ammonia in the feces not only reduces the odor but also increases the fertilizer efficiency.

The sulfhydryl group contained in Sodium Humate makes the metabolism strong, promotes Sell Proliferation and Accelerates Growth.

Sodium Humate can improve gastrointestinal function, promote gastric secretion, increase appetite. Also, it promotes nutrients into the body faster, stimulates the growth of beneficial bacteria and inhibits the proliferation of spoilage bacteria.

Humic Acids Used in Animal Feed to improve feed conversion rate, promote weight gain, and reduce production costs.

Stimulate the Immune System and Improve Animal Resistance.

By forming a protective film on the surface of the gastrointestinal mucosa for animals. It could help to improve the appetite as well as increases the feeding rate of animals. Obviously, HA can increase the feed conversion rate and ultimately promote weight gain.

 Sodium humate animal feed can form a protective film on animal intestinal mucosal cells. This protection reduces the animal’s absorption of toxic substances, because they may be a subsequent reaction caused by the infection process or the residue of animal feed in the intestine.

2. Sodium humate also has the ability to absorb toxins from protein, toxic residues and various heavy metals. Can stabilize the intestinal flora. Fix microorganisms, toxins and harmful substances in animal feed. Promote growth and stimulate the immune system.

3. Provide the necessary sodium, which is an inorganic electrolyte needed for animal health and maintaining good levels. At least 5%-15% sodium humate helps to form a protective film on the inner wall of the gastrointestinal mucosa to prevent excessive water loss through the intestine.