- Prevents and treats various syndromes along with hemorrhage, subcutaneous hemorrhage and bleeding caused by coccidiosis in poultry. Prevention of blood spots in egg yolk.
- Prevention of blood spots in egg yolk
- This vitamin is also used simultaneously with sulfonamides and Coccidio acetates.
Powder mixed with feed
Vitamins are vital factors that must be present in the poultry diet in small amounts. Vitamin K3 is one of the fat-soluble vitamins that contributes to poultry blood coagulation. Vitamin K3, in addition to making necessary blood clotting proteins, is effective in the synthesis of certain proteins for blood, bones, and kidney. This vitamin reduces the risk of bleeding incurred by long-term use of drugs or different illnesses and prevents blood spots on egg yolk. Moreover, vitamin K3 by inhibiting the osteoclast formation plays a key role in bones’ health.
Fat-soluble vitamins in spite of water-soluble vitamins are not excreted through urine and are stored in the body especially liver. Hence, any disorder stemming from the deficiency of these vitamins occur later. However, if chickens are fed a diet deficient in vitamin K3, the first observable symptoms are anemia and coagulation impairment. Subcutaneous hemorrhages are evident around the poultry’s head and underwings and if the deficiency continues, Subcutaneous and internal hemorrhages could be fatal.
A number of stress factors (e.g. coccidiosis and other intestinal parasitic diseases) increase the requirements for vitamin K3. Sulfaquinoxaline, warfarin, dicoumarol are among the antimetabolites of vitamin K3, thereby they have to be used along with Sulfonamides and coccidiostats.
By using Sepahan Daneh Vitamin K3 Premix in poultry feed, Vitamin K requirements of poultry are met. However, in the event of a deficiency symptom or manifestation of diseases if you want to increase the vitamin level in feed or drinking water, get help from Sepahan Daneh nutritionists.
Making Sepahan Daneh high quality vitamin premixes, precise observance of the storage conditions and duration, and the special technology of manufacturing have a significant role in increasing bioavailability, the provision of body requirements, and eventually the performance improvement and bird’s efficiency.