Recommended for broilers, laying hens and turkeys
Promotes the maintenance of good hydration.
Helps animals get a good start.
Provides an antioxidant.
Positive effect on the immune system.
Promotes electrolyte balance
Stresses caused by weaning, heat, vaccination and feed changes can cause an imbalance in the intestinal microflora. These conditions can impair fluid balance, proper functioning of intestinal and immune functions and create excess ROS (reactive oxygen species).
The addition of electrolytes to the drinking water during periods of heat, such as
K+,Na+ and Cl- ions promote water consumption and water retention. They are directly involved in maintaining the acid-base balance and regulating osmotic pressure.
Sayed, M. A. M., & Downing, J. (2011)
Vitamins A, D and B-complex are known to help maintain proper regulation of physiological functions, including those involved in the immune system and intestinal tract. They play a significant role in maintaining and stabilizing the barrier function of epithelial cells and in the development of innate and acquired immune functions.
Vitamins C and E are known for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. They promote the elimination of free radicals and help protect cells from oxidation during periods of stress. In addition, these vitamins can attenuate the inflammatory response caused by oxidative stress.