Pig Mineral Mixture


Mineral is an essential element which is vitally required by the body for its better development. For achieving better health in pigs & swine there is a need of various types of minerals and its compounds for better health. Minerals serves a large variety of structural and metabolic function in the body of swine and are present in body parts like bone, muscle tissues, organs and fluids in the body. There are several vital minerals whose presence in the body is very important. These are always be added regular to the diet of swine or pigs which can maintain the balance of mineral in the body. The feed which they consume are commonly deficient in minerals or the mineral value are not in adequate quantity. Some minerals like sodium & chloride, iron, zinc, iodine, selenium, copper, Manganese, chromium and cobalt are on the high list of mineral requirement of the body. With their deficiency in the body can cause many health-related issues. To overcome from this condition, we can use external trace mineral supplement which can removes the mineral deficiency from the body. “Anfaboost ATM” is a recommended swine trace mineral which is very efficient in providing all kinds of minerals to the body for better function. It is composed of Cobalt, copper, Iodine, Iron, magnesium, potassium and other vital minerals which promotes a better body health and metabolism. The elements in this assist in maintain osmotic pressure of body fluids and acid/base balance, synthesize haemoglobin, maintains reproduction and skin development, metabolic rates, thick pulpy skin and prevent oxidative damage to cell membranes.

  1. Provides super bioavailability of trace minerals.
  2. Keeps the body away from mineral deficiency.
  3. Makes body stronger and active.
  4. Boost Immune response.
  5. Facilitates faster recovery from disease.
  6. Improves bones strength and structural integrity.
  7. Helps in overcoming from different kind of stress.
  8. Improves liveability, Growth & FCR.

For Swine & Pigs

15gm-20gm/Animal/Day.
Or, as directed by veterinarian consultants.

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