Bursa of Fabricius12 de September de 2018
Meeting with the Provincial Department of Livestock of the province of Mendoza8 de October de 2018
A commercial technical team of Minervet S.A. has visited Saladillo, a province located south of Buenos Aires, to visit farms where pig, poultry and cattle are being raised.
During the meeting, the team of Minervet S.A. presented the company’s products with emphasis on the mycotoxin binders: Aisen and Aisen Plus. These are products, formulated based on a Polysilicol, sodium aluminum hydrated calcium silicate subjected to specific treatment that increases its adsorption capacity.
These mycotoxins binders have a high capacity of action against the spectrum of mycotoxins present in grains and animal feed. In addition, it maintains its action against granulation and extrusion treatments and has proven stability at different pH levels, maintaining its action throughout the digestive tract.
Miner E is a multifunctional additive improver of the alimentary efficiency, contains active principles of vegetal extracts that improve the absorption of calcium and phosphorus of the diet, increasing the final quality of the eggshell and the bone resistance. In addition, it contains microorganisms that help repopulate the digestive flora of birds.
For its part, Miner G, acts as a natural growth promoter. The vegetal extracts that compose it contain a high percentage of active principles that stimulate the regeneration of the mucosa. Rapid improvements in digestion and absorption of nutrients are observed and, thanks to a better state of the intestinal epithelium, promotes the balance of the digestive flora. It is an effective alternative to the use of growth promoting antibiotics with the advantage of low dose use; it does not generate waste in tissues and does not generate microbial resistance.
Attendees of the conference were very interested in these natural products that aim to ensure food safety by maintaining the production parameters. During the event, the facilities for raising cattle and fattening pigs where visited.