Sodium humate in animal feed

The role of sodium humate in feed culture and animal physiology

Basic properties of sodium humate

1.1 Sodium humate fully decomposes various complex molecular nutrients in the feed and performs good organic combination, increases gastrointestinal function, and promotes protein assimilation.

1.2 Sodium humate increases the permeability of animal cell membranes and protoplasts, and increases the interstitial water volume and cell water content of muscle cells, and the phenomenon of animal hairiness is tender.

1.3 The adsorption of humic acid causes the feed nutrients to pass slowly through the intestines.
It enhances the absorption and digestion time and improves the absorption rate of nutrients.

1.4 Sodium humate makes full use of the non-protein amide in the feed, and the feed protein is converted to muscle protein at a higher level, which exerts the potential of lean meat growth, increases the proportion of lean meat, and retains the sodium humate molecule in the intestine. It can absorb ammonia in the feces, which not only reduces the odor of the feces, but also increases the fertilizer efficiency by absorbing ammonia.

1.5 The sulfhydryl group contained in sodium humate participates in the redox process of the body, which makes the metabolism strong, promotes cell proliferation and accelerates growth.

1.6 Sodium humate can improve gastrointestinal function, promote gastric secretion, increase appetite, promote nutrients into the body faster, stimulate the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract, and inhibit the proliferation of spoilage bacteria.

1.7 Sodium humate increases feed conversion ratio, promotes weight gain, and reduces production costs. Can be used as an alternative to antibiotic growth promoters.

1.8 Sodium humate stimulates the immune system and improves disease resistance in animals. The intestinal flora is stabilized and then excreted by immobilizing toxins and harmful substances (including antibiotics) in animal feed by forming a protective film on the surface of the gastrointestinal mucosa. It can improve the appetite of animals and increase the feeding rate of animals. Humic acid itself can increase the feed conversion rate and ultimately promote weight gain.

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