Palatability and nutritional value at a reasonable cost
It is not always possible to formulate a portion where the maximum nutritional value is taken at reasonable cost, without affecting palatability. The incorporation of new ingredients and the use of certain raw materials frequently induce the appearance of unpleasant flavors. This can cause delays in the fattening of animals and consequently important losses.
Our aromas are an effective solution to these problems. Our selection of aromatic notes attract the animals and guarantee an appropriate food consumption.
In pigs, the flavored pre-initiator affects the piglets efficiently, causing a precocious food consumption. By adding flavor to the food portion of the lactating sow, some components pass directly into the breast milk. This way, the piglet identifies the flavor of the solid aliment with ease and accelerates the transition from breast milk to solid food.
The utilization of aromas in nutriments produce a better gastric secretion. Therefore, it decreases mechanical diarrheas.
Our Captive Shrimp flavor (for aquatic species) contains chemo-attractants, which stimulate appetite. It is specially designed for food formulations applied in shrimp, tilapia and other aquatic species.
Better digestion and nutrient absorption
A line of flavors developed specially for each
stage of growth of the following species:
A line of flavors with Stevia prepared to be used in animal feed. It provides various benefits attributed to the
components of the whole plant:
Appetite and growth stimulant, muscular mass augmentation,
prevents tiredness, and helps regulate body
temperature of the animals.
Its antibiotic properties combat E.Coli Staphylococcus
Aureus bacteria and Coryne-bacterium Difteriae,
additionally combating the Candida Albicans funghi.
It stimulates fertility and prevents disease.
A stimulant of animal appetite with natural sweet orange aroma and plants extracts that increase the ingestion of feed. It reduces the adverse stress responses by acting over specific neural receptors. It enhances overall fertility and accelerates the milk production process.
Reduces adverse stress responses
Increases feed intake