Feed grade urea
Urea is used to replenish the deficiency of available protein in the diet. It is an industrial chemical product ofthe interaction of ammonia and carbon dioxide.
Feed urea is used to replenish the nitrogen deficiency in diets of ruminants. The use of feed additives replenishes crude protein deficiency in diets of ruminants, which leads to their growth, development and increased productivity.
Supplies nitrogen to microorganisms of the digestive tract
Partially replaces and reduces the consumption of otherfeeds and additives
Has a positive effect on the synthesis of milk and muscle bulk
Can replace 20-25% ofthe required protein in livestock’s diets
Contains no genetically modified products
Compatible with all feed ingredients, drugs and other feed additives
Urea is provided with ready-mixed feed, concentrated mixture or silo, thoroughly mixed. Feeding doses with ready-mixed feed or concentrates (grain feed):
Cattle: 2.5–3% of feed mass.
Sheep: 3–4% of feed mass.
It is introduced with molasses as 1:8–9. When feeding with the silo, the additive is mixed with the silo immediately before livestock feeding in the ratio of up to 1% of the silo mass, or the silo is treated with an aqueous solution prepared 1-3 hours before consumption in the ratio of 1 kg of urea per 2-3 litres of water.
The daily dose is fed for 2-3 times. The highest daily dose of feed urea per 5 kg of live weight of cattle and sheep shall not exceed 1 g.
The additive is compatible with all feed ingredients, medicines, and other feed additives. Livestock products after application of this feed additive can be used for food purposes without any restrictions.
|Granule composition||≥ 92% Ø 1-2.5 mm|
|≤ 5% from 2.5 to 3.15 mm|
|100% up to 4 mm|
Calves older than 6 months40–50 g
Fattening calf bulls100–120 g
The highest daily dose of urea per 5 kg of live weight of cattle and sheep shall not exceed 1 g. The daily dose is fed for 2-3 times. It is introduced gradually into the diet during 10-15 days, starting with small doses, without breaks. In case of breaks, feeding shall be proceeded with small doses.