Complex Organic Acids Acidifier
For Veterinary Use Only
COMPOSITION: Each Liter Contains
Formic acid 150g, Acetic acid 150g Lactic acid 100g, Propionic acid 20g, Malic Acid 10g, Other short chain fatty acids and their salts 100g.
1. Effective against pathogenic bacteria like E. coli, Salmonella etc.
2. Improving protein digestion and FCR.
3. Stimulates the production of digestive enzymes
4. Prevent drinking line and papilla blocking, bacteria & virus growth, clean organic
substance and residual mineral in drinking system. suitable for all kinds of drinking system.
5. Reduces diarrhea and mortality rates
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:
Drinking water hygiene : 0.1%-0.2% regular intervals drinking water, every 2-3 days.
Anti-Stress : 0.1%-0.2% drinking water, 2-3 days.
Nutritional diarrhea : 0.2%-0.4% drinking water, 3-5 days.
Water line cleaning : 1%-2% mix with water, steep more than 12 hours , wash it 2 times with clean water.
WITHDRAWAL PERIOD: None
STORAGE: Store in a dry, dark place between 5℃and 25℃.
Keep it away from children.
PACKING: 1L 5L 25L Plastic Container.
VALIDITY: 2 years
What is the mechanism of action of acidifier？
Some people believe that acidifiers are used to acidify feed, and some believe that they have an effect on the environment of the gastrointestinal tract. What is the mechanism of action of acidifier?
Our understanding of acidifiers is that before the acidifier enters the gastrointestinal tract, it will not have a negative impact on the feed processing, storage and transportation (such as gas production, sour taste, color change, and even nutrient loss). After entering the gastrointestinal tract, the acid radical ions are released under the action of the aqueous solution, which can even promote the dissociation of chlorides such as table salt and release hydrochloric acid, thereby effectively avoiding the neutralization of gastric acid by the alkaline substances in the feed and making the gastrointestinal tract. Always maintain a low pH environment to facilitate the digestion and absorption of nutrients by animals and inhibit the colonization of harmful foreign microorganisms in the gastrointestinal tract.
There are six main mechanisms of action of acidifier:
1. One is to provide acid radical ions, make up for insufficient gastric acid secretion in young animals, activate pepsinogen to convert it into protease, and increase the activity of trypsin, thereby promoting the digestion and absorption of protein nutrients.
2. The acid radical ion lowers the pH value of the gastrointestinal tract, inhibits the growth of harmful microorganisms, saves protein, and can promote growth and prevent diarrhea similar to antibiotics.
3. Stimulate taste buds through sour taste, cause appetite (Pavlovian effect), promote food intake, and secrete more saliva (including digestive enzymes) to improve feed digestibility.
4. Organic acids directly participate in the tricarboxylic acid cycle in the body, provide energy, and fight various stresses.
5. Acid can prevent bacteria, mildew, and oxidation, and improve feed quality.
6. Acid can increase the solubility of some nutrients and increase the absorption rate.
Advantages and disadvantages of organic acidifier
Organic acidifiers are expensive, but they have good flavors and strong antibacterial effects. They are effective in promoting the growth performance of piglets. After an in-depth discussion on the mechanism of organic acids, people divided the organic acids into two categories:
① Only by lowering the pH value of the gastrointestinal environment to indirectly reduce the number of harmful bacteria, such as fumaric acid, citric acid, malic acid, lactic acid and other macromolecular organic acids. This kind of organic acid can only play its role in the stomach and cannot lower the pH value in the small intestine; and because the molecular weight is relatively large, the acid molecule releases less hydrogen ions per unit weight, so their pH-lowering effect is also better than that of small molecules. Poor acidity.
② Not only can reduce the pH value in the environment, but also have an inhibitory effect on gram-negative bacteria, because they can destroy the bacterial cell membrane and interfere with the synthesis of bacterial enzymes, which in turn affects the replication of pathogenic DNA, and finally produces anti-gram-negative bacteria. . Such organic acids include small molecular organic acids such as formic acid, acetic acid, and propionic acid.