Reduces the fattening period
Promotes healthy breed
Contributes to conservation of young livestock
Improves the nutritional value of meat, milk
Reduces feed consumption
By phosphorus content and availability, monocalcium phosphate meets the world market’s requirements both in terms of satisfaction ofthe physiological need of poultry for phosphorus and in terms of environmental protection.
Ensures uniform digestion. This leads to better intake and greater daily gain of broilers and piglets.
Reduces the number of bacterial and fungal organisms and prevents their generation.
Acts as a mould inhibitor and can be considered as a ready-mixed feed conserving agent.
Has a light non-aggressive effect. The minimum pH of its 1% solution is 3.5. It does not destroy proteins and vitamins.
|Granule composition||≥ 90% Ø 0.2-2.0 mm|
Milking cows35–100 g
Young sheeps1.5–3 g
Intake of 1 gramme of available phosphorus by livestock and poultry
based on the data of leading Russian institutions
|Share of available phosphorus||Consumption|
|Monocalcium phosphate||99%||4.6 g*|
|Dicalcium phosphate||92%||4.6 g|
|Defluorinated phosphate||87%||6.4 g|
|Tricalcium phosphate||40%||22.4 g|
* Lower costs to meet the daily need for phosphorus when using monocalcium phosphate which has the highest total phosphorus content and features good digestibility. This reduces customer’s overhead costs and providing variability of ready-mixed feeds, premixes and protein‑vitamin mineral supplements.