Sodium butyrate is widely added in livestock and poultry feed.
The special smell of sodium butyrate has a strong food attractant to young pigs and can be used as a food attractant; it can be added to various feeds to improve feed intake and feed conversion rate.
|Loss on drying||≤4.0%||1.9%|
|Heavy metal (as Pb)||≤10mg/kg||Qualified|
|Appearance||White or quasi-white particles||Qualified|
|Conclusion||The product is in compliance with the standard formulated by company.|
1. Maintain beneficial microbial flora in the gastrointestinal tract. Butyric acid inhibits the growth of harmful bacteria through the cell membrane, promotes the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract, and keeps the microecology of the gastrointestinal tract in a positive balance;
2. Provide fast energy source for intestinal cells. Butyric acid is the preferred energy of intestinal cells. Sodium butyrate is absorbed in the intestinal cavity and can quickly provide energy for intestinal epithelial cells through oxidation;
3. Promote the proliferation and maturation of gastrointestinal cells. Juvenile animals have imperfect digestive tracts, immature small intestinal villi and crypts, and insufficient secretion of digestive enzymes, resulting in poor nutrient absorption in juvenile animals. Experiments have shown that sodium butyrate is an activator that increases the proliferation of intestinal villi and the deepening of crypts, and can expand the intestinal absorption area;
4. Promote the function of non-specific immune system and specific immune system;
5. Reduce the release of intracellular Ca2+. Inhibit histone deacetylase (HDAC), induce apoptosis;
6. Promote the development of intestinal mucosa, repair mucosal epithelial cells, and activate lymphocytes;
7. Reduce post-weaning diarrhea of piglets, overcome weaning stress, and improve the survival rate of piglets.
Store in dry conditions below 30º C, away from sunlight. After opening, it should be stored in a separate package.
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