Gut Agility Activator

Anco FIT 产品线

AncoFIT 的产品系列是为应用于饲料中所开发出的产品.可使农场动物们在面对来自饲料的挑战和压力时,会有更佳的韧性和生产效率。

AncoFIT 是一种能促进肠道机敏性的活化剂,其中包含精心挑选的各种活性天然成分,可助动物们有效的适应各种压力并发挥其潜能。目前已在30多个国家有销售业务。

随着消费者对不含抗生素的动物饮食关注度的增加,在动物饲料中添加Anco FIT能使生产动物蛋白质提供了更安全与更有利润的支持。

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Gut agility

保持畜禽的机敏性

将机敏性的概念应用到动物营养中可以进一步的提高饲料在养殖中的效率。肠道对各种压力源特别敏感。这就是为什么要通过营养的手段去改善动物对压力源的适应性。

肠道的机敏性描述了动物在对比下,能更快和以更节约能量的方式去适应营养应激的能力。

结果可以使动物的表现更加稳定,能更有效的促进动物的健康,并提升厂商对生产安全制品的利润。

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