Ingredients

                                                                                




Canola Oil
Increases the content of omega 9 and omega 3 fatty acids.
POTASSIUM SORBATE Helps to improve the food conversion ratio.
SODIUM CITRATE Increases growth rate.
L-ASCORBIC ACID A reduced form of Vitamin C. Aids in ameliorating heat stressed induced issues.
VITAMIN A Protects against pathogens. Necessary to prevent stunted growth.
VITAMIN D3 Supports calcium metabolism.
VITAMIN E Supports development of the nervous system and prevents disease.
NIACIN Deficiencies lead to decreased hatchability, and egg production, as well as shortened leg bones. Aids in DNA repair.
SODIUM ASCERBATE A soluble source of Vitamin C that is helpful for stressed animals. It is also used as an antioxidant.
CHOLINE BITARTRATE A water-soluble salt form of Choline that has a role in fat metabolism and development of cell structure. Prevents growth retardation, perosis, and liver enlargement.
RIBOFLAVIN 5 PHOSPHATE Helps metabolize fat, protein, and carbohydrates. It also aids in increasing energy and healing rates.
CALCIUM D-PANTOTHENATE Aids in the metabolism of protein, fat, and carbohydrates. It also prevents disease and is instrumental in the growth process. Deficiencies hinder reproduction and growth.
PYRIDOXINE HCI A compound of Vitamin B6. Deficiencies may lead to motor and neurological disorders.
THIAMIN HCl Primarily responsible for the production of energy via the utilization of carbohydrates. Deficiencies lead to emaciation, loss of appetite, and weakness.
INOSITOL Aids in the improvement of feed conversion ratio and cell function. It also plays an important role in fat metabolism.
FOLIC ACID Necessary to maintain the immune system. Deficiencies lead to slowed growth and feed efficiency, poor feathering, and perosis.
VITAMIN K Deficiencies lead to the impairment of blood coagulation and internal hemorrhages that can be fatal.
BIOTIN Necessary for cell growth, the production of fatty acids, and the maintenance of blood glucose levels. Aids in good feather and skin condition. Deficiencies can lead to higher embryonic mortality, leg and beak deformities, and reduced growth rates.
PARA-AMINOBENZOIC ACID A part of the chemical structure that makes up Folic Acid. Added to ensure that requirements of folic acid levels are met.
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Stewart Ritchie,
Mar 18, 2017, 9:34 AM
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Stewart Ritchie,
Mar 18, 2017, 9:34 AM
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