New Generation of Sodium Butyrate in Ball-shaped Granules
Our butyrate products have reached its eight generation with reduced butyric smell. The uniform ball-shaped granular structure contributes to better a CV in feed mixing homogeneity test and reduced segregation during transportation. Learn more special features of BTR 98.
A Natural Remedy Supporting Animal Gut Health
With the restricted use of antibiotics, increasing attention is being given to the importance of gut health to optimise productivity. Supplementing butyric acid in the form of sodium butyrate provides energy to enteric cells promoting cell proliferation and improving gut health as well as feed absorption thereby enhancing feed efficiency.
Singao is the first company in China to have successfully developed and synthesized sodium butyrate and is also honored to set the national standard for feed grade sodium butyrate in China. Singao strives to be constantly innovative and now its butyrate products have reached its eight generation, BTR 98, with key features below:
- High potency (>98% sodium butyrate), light to odourless
- Uniform ball-shaped granular structure
- Applicable to all animals. Easily incorporated into feed, premixes, additives and animal health products, with a lower inclusion rate at 250g/T for poultry diet
- An excellent core material, easily coated, slow release in the stomach and intestines, taking care of the entire digestive tract
- Crystalline matrix with interwoven structure, a novel technology
The uniform ball-shaped granular structure contributes to better a CV in feed mixing homogeneity test (+33%) and reduced segregation during transportation. In addition, the crystalline matrix leads to a unique surface characteristic which enhances its coating ability. It results in the uneven thickness of coating layer which facilitates the slow release of butyric throughout the digestive tract.
A recent in vitro study compared butyric acid release (%) in stomach of 70% coated BTR 98 in ball-shaped granules and the conventional 70% coated rod-shaped granules of sodium butyrate (both products were coated with 30% palm stearin). BTR 98 in ball-shaped granules showed a great reduction (31%) of butyric acid release in the stomach after one hour of retention compared to the rod-shaped sodium butyrate. Therefore, to improve feed digestibility and maintain the integrity of mucus layer in the stomach, 70%-90% coated butyrate salt could be a good choice!
Saving Feed Cost through Reformulation of Poultry Diet with Sodium Butyrate
Besides this, with the inclusion of sodium butyrate can help saving the feed cost up to USD11 without scarifying the poultry growth and performance. Click here to read does it work and how to reformulate broiler diets with lower costs by unlocking nutrients and reducing wastage within animal feed.
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