Global Concentrate

Global Concentrate
  • Economic Improvement in productivity index
  • Improvement in protein efficiency (as a result of balanced level of essential amino acids in concentrate diets)
  • Increase in nutrient digestibility
  • Free of any animal bi-products
  • Two concentrations, 2.5% and 5%
  • The first holder of Iran national standard certificate for producing a variety of poultry feed-concentrates
  • The first holder of “A” grade certificate for producing poultry feed from Iran Veterinary Organization
  • The first holder of IR code from Iran Veterinary Organization






Global concentrate, economic improvement of production index

One of the major issues affecting the economic rearing of broiler chickens in addition to feed conversion ratio is production factor (PF) that depends on the factors such as slaughter age, live weight, feed conversion ratio, and survival rate.

The greater this factor is, the more it indicates the suitable management of flocks and higher profit. Using concentrates and diets containing Global Concentrate in a standard rearing condition leads to the provision of sufficient energy level and essential amino acids that is effective in the reduction of FCR, improving immune system performance and increase in production factor (PF). Global Concentrate is uniquely characterized by the reduction in nutritional stress by the appropriate supply of micronutrients, essential amino acids for growth and appropriate electrolyte balance that is accompanied by an increase in PF through improving the performance of broiler chickens.

maximum-efficiency-of-growth-rate-air-water-nutrients-equipment-installationsReaching maximum efficiency of growth entails providing sufficient pollution-free air for broiler chickens


Phytase enzyme is one of the components used in the combination of the Global concentrate. By hydrolyzing phosphorus from the phytate compound, this enzyme causes release and increase in the availability of phosphorus of plant sources in the digestive tract of chickens and reduces the anti-nutritional effects of phytate within them, which in turn improves the digestibility of nutrients such as calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, iron and manganese as well as protein and amino acids.

The structure of phytic acid

Another nutrient within all Sepahan Daneh concentrates and also Global Concentrate is Choline Chloride, an essential nutrient for optimum growth of poultry.

cholin-chlorideCholine Chloride plays a key role in fat metabolism in the liver and maintenance of cell structures. Preventing fat accumulation within hepatocytes and normal maturation of the cartilage matrix of the bone, it leads to an improvement in the process of body weight gain, prevention of perosis, fatty liver syndrome and decrease in the rate of carcass loss in broiler chickens.Another feature which makes Global Concentrate distinct is adjusting the concentrate ingredients according to ideal amino acids that greatly affects the increase in productivity factor and the optimum consumption of nutrients. Well-balanced level of lysine in comparison with arginine and other amino acids required for growth leads to a reduction in FCR in broiler chickens, in addition to the improved performance and immune response.

Global Concentrate function

As the digestibility of ileal amino acids is the basis of adjusting Global concentrates and recommended diets, a balanced combination of essential amino acids is provided in its formulation based on lysine (as an index amino acid). Using two types of diets, one diet containing wheat and oil and the other containing oil without wheat, during four age cycles and also decreasing the level of soybean intake have minimized nutritional stress so that in spite of the decrease of breeding period, the growth curve of chickens escalates with a gentle slope during this period. Use of Global Concentrate leads to an improved FCR (especially during the production of heavy chicken breeds), reduced carcass loss percentage and improved economic performance of broiler chickens and increased production factor.

Evaluating the PF is a technique to assure that the productions of an economic unit is at its best and most profitable way. Factors which affect production efficiency in rearing broilers are:

Production factor (PF)


To compare the live-bird performance, breeders use a factor called Production Efficiency Factor (PEF):


Since a PEF incorporates final weight and age (and hence growth rate), in addition to liveability and feed conversion efficiency, any adverse or beneficial effect relating to the nutritional and environmental stress, flock’s health or feed quality will be reflected in the PEF.

Key strategies to make dietseconomic while increasing production factor (PF):

Feed is one of the main input for rearing broiler chickens, since it solely allocates more than 60 percent of rearing costs of broiler chickens. Besides the reduction in production costs, using a suitable feed can be effective in increasing production factor and reducing FCR.

One of the main strategies to make growth economic is using precise criteria such as ideal amino acid or digestible amino acid in lieu of crude protein to make the poultry diets balanced. Not only amino acids are effective in producing protein, but also have a key role in improvement of immune system performance and digestive system performance of broiler chickens. This method assures you about the supply of nutrients required for the body, live weight gain, carcass composition and FCR in broiler chickens. Further, the average of feed consumption of broiler chickens for diets adjusted based on digestible amino acids is meaningfully higher than the feed intake of chickens whose diets are adjusted based on total amino acids. Using an appropriate combination of methionine and lysine leads to an increase in the use of protein along with reduced nitrogen excretion. Suitable balance of other essential amino acids for growth such as threonine, tryptophan, methionine+cysteine, valine, isoleucine- in addition to improving the growth rate- adjusts other biological reactions of the body such as maintenance of the digestive system and improvement of the immune system of broiler chickens.

  • Reduction in feed waste; studies have shown that if there is 50 gram feed waste in the poultry house per 5 kg feed consumption, there will be one percent loss of the broiler chickens’ live weight at the end of the rearing period.
  • Observance of dark hours enhances the physiological performance in the consumed feed efficiency and prevents some metabolic diseases, including ascites, paralysis, sudden death syndrome, etc., that yields an economic improvement in PF.
  • Adjusting diets based on weight, not merely based on the age of broiler chickens, boosts digestibility and absorption of the consumed feed and economically increases the PF.
  • Adjusting diets based on the strain: Cobb strain, compared with Ross strain, needs diets with lower protein but needs higher energy due to higher feed intake. Failure to observe the principles of exclusive nutrition management in broiler strains raises metabolic diseases and deaths, decreases the PF and economic performance in flocks.