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Phosphate feed grade is the main inorganic feed additive. The production capacity of feed phosphate in the world has exceeded 10 million tons. In some countries, especially in developed countries, the production of feed phosphate has been large-scaled and centralized. There are more than 20 kinds of phosphate, including calcium salt, sodium salt, ammonium salt, potassium salt, magnesium salt and phosphoric acid salt.
Among them, calcium salt is the most widely used, and the main calcium salt is DCP calcium hydrogen phosphate (dicalcium phosphate). Phosphorus is an important element for the metabolism and maintenance of physiological functions in the animal body. It is known as "the element of life". Calcium is an important component of bones and teeth. It can promote blood circulation and maintain it under the activation of certain enzymes in the body. Nerve conduction performance plays an important role in regulating muscle flexibility, normal osmotic pressure of capillaries, and acid-base balance in the body.
Feed grade calcium hydrogen phosphate is an excellent poultry mineral additive containing phosphorus and calcium. The livestock and poultry are easily digested and absorbed, can accelerate the growth and development of livestock and poultry, shorten the fattening period, quickly gain weight, and can improve the breeding rate and survival rate of livestock and poultry. Enhance the ability of livestock and poultry to resist diseases and cold, and have the effect of preventing and treating livestock and poultry cartilage and paralysis. In animals, although the content of calcium and phosphorus is small, they play a very important role in maintaining the normal functions of the body.
As the main source of calcium and phosphorus in feed, the substitute products of bone meal and shell meal have attracted more and more attention from feed enterprises.
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