Enriched Concentrate

Enriched Concentrate catalogue
  • Increasing increases the efficiency in the of healthy chicken production
  • Improving improves the feed conversion ratio
  • Improving improves in the carcass quality and a significant reducing in reduces the carcass loss significantly
  • Improving improves the performance of the immune system
  • Reducing Reduces the duration of the rearing period
  • With Includes two concentrations, 2.5% and 5%
  • The first holder of the Iranian national standard certification for the production of all kinds of poultry feed concentrates
  • The first holder of a rank A certificate for the production of poultry feeds issued by Iran Veterinary Organization
  • The first holder of a license code for exporting products (IR) issued by Iran Veterinary Organization

 

Explanations

Enriched concentrate, Healthy chicken

One of the important factors for producing healthy chickens is reducing to reduce the duration of the rearing period. Use of Using enriched concentrates improves the feed conversion ratio, the carcass quality and the performance of the immune system and eventually reduces the duration of the rearing period. By Using necessary synthetic necessary amino acids and micronutrients, this concentrate is enriched in such a way that the desired weight can be achieved in a shorter period of time. Also by improving the performance, The enriched concentrates of Sepahan Daneh Company, by improving the performance, will significantly reduce the carcass shrinkage which results in increased productivity at the end of the rearing period.

 

The characteristics of the enriched concentrate diets

Using of the phytase enzyme in the combination of two-step concentrates, causes the breakdown of phytate molecule (Figure 1) and release of energy and amino acids in the diet. Moreover, the phytase enzyme increases the release of calcium, phosphorus, and minerals. In addition, the diets are formulated based on the amount of sodium and chlorine in the consumptive water (salinity), and then they are recommended, so that the anion-cation balance along with potassium in the diet, can be maintained properly depending on the amount of feed intake, and the age of chickens. Also, by adding the amino acid threonine (the third essential amino acid in poultry feed) to two-step concentrates, the balance of amino acids in the recommended diets are maintained properly, and this improves the efficiency of use of nutrients in the diet.

Figure 1: The structure of phytic acid

The performance of enriched concentrates in broiler flocks

Given that the quality and quantity of protein sources in the diet have been very variable (and often dwindling), it seems necessary that, in desirable rearing conditions, in order to produce chickens weighing from 2500 to 2800 grams in less than 47 days, a concentrate is produced that covers the disadvantages of protein sources in the diet. This nutritional management has been applied to the enriched concentrate using four types of diets in four age periods, and the growth trend and the slope of the growth curve have been considered in such a way that the poultry farmer, by reducing the duration of rearing period, achieves the intended weight with an appropriate feed conversion ratio as well as an improved production index. A group of diets contain wheat or oil, and the other group is free of wheat or oil


Broiler Flock Management

Ascites (abdominal dropsy)

In the last fifty years, the production and the growth rate of broiler poultry have undergone dramatic changes and have significantly increased. This matter has been achieved in the light of the improved genetic characteristics of chickens and developments in nutritional science as well as improved rearing conditions. Unfortunately, it seems that the efficiency of the physiological conditions of the respiratory and cardiovascular tracts of poultry is not proportionate to the increase in the growth rate and production weight, and it leads to metabolic disorders in broilers. The feedback of this physiological problem becomes apparent in production units, in the form of increased mortality caused by ascites and sudden death syndrome (SDS) especially in high altitudes.

Sepahan Daneh Company, in addition to recommended diets, has prepared applied practical lighting programs for poultry farmers , which have significantly reduced the mortality caused by ascites , and which and finally result in increased productivity at the end of the rearing period by improving the feed conversion ratio.