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.