|Other Names:||paprika red feed additive|
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Product Name:||paprika red|
|Efficacy:||Promote Healthy & Growth,Promote Nutrition|
|Appearance:||orange reddish powder|
|Particle Size:||100% Pass 80 Mesh|
|Type:||Feed Grade Vitamins|
|Shelf Life:||2 Years|
|Packaging Detail:||1kg-/Alu foi bag, 25kg/Bag. inside packaging: pp bags. Outside packaging:Kraft Bag|
|Selling Units:||Single item|
|Single package size:||15X11X25 cm|
|Single gross weight:||0.5 KG|
Phytogenic feed additives is source from natural herbals,which keeps the natural ingredients of herbas.It contains a certain amount of nutrients and unknow growth regulator.It complies with the production requirement of green livestock.It's a new optimalest,safest and healthiest feed additives.
Antibiotics, as feed additives, bring great economic benefits to people, but also bring many negative effects, especially drug residues in livestock and poultry products. And natural plants contain immune active substances, which have the advantages of enhancing the immune function of the body, improving the ability of animals to resist stress and disease, improving the efficiency of animal production performance, no residue and not easy to produce drug resistance.
|Product Name||Paprika red pigment|
|Appearance||Free-flowing orange reddish powder|
Paprika red pigment is a natural source of red pigment in stabilized and homogenized powder, made of saponified extract of high-quality chili. It contains red xanthophylls of capsanthin and capsorubin with excellent bioavailabe.
Parpika Powder is best natural pigment for egg chicken
1: Paprika powder is a natural carotenoid.
2: Highly saponified capsicum-easy to absorb and digest.
3: Free transformed substitutes for chemical synthetic pigments
Primarily designed natural pigmenter to get natural orange red color in the skin & shank of broiler chicken and egg yolk of laying hen/duck
Direction for Use
Mix completely in feed before using. Dosage is based on different desired pigmentation levels.
Recommended Usage (expressed as g/ton feed)
Laying Hens 500 g – 2000 g
Broilers 300 g – 1500 g