EMU-ZYME

EMU-ZYME
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Emu-Zyme is the complete feed supplement for Emu Birds. Emu farmers in general depending on the vitamins and minerals those are available in the market. But farmers with lack of proper knowledge don’t know when, where and how to apply. Along with the Minerals and Vitamins, Probiotics, Prebiotics and Enzymes plays a major role in the growth of Emu’s.

Silent Features of EMU-ZYME:

  • Consistent production.
  • Robust and heavy weight Broilers.
  • Even sized eggs with extended peak-period
  • Healthy chicks from parental stocks.
  • Lower FCR for every flock.
  • Highly economical.

Enzymes:-

  • Enzymes are very useful in treating various illnesses. They are absorbed by the body as intact molecules and are distributed to the body through the bloodstream as needed supporting the body's needs against the disease process. Enzymes have a great effect upon the entire immune function. White blood cells contain digestive enzymes such as alkaline phytase, lipase, protease, amylase, and peptidase, which are part of the pancreatic juices, and are only a part of many enzymes that increase immune function.

Lipase & Amylase: -

  • Recent evidence shows that rich lipase and amylase levels in the blood lead to a decrease in arteriosclerotic plaques, thus making enzyme therapy useful against coronary artery disease and atherosclerosis.

Protease:

  • Is an enzyme shown to slow metastasis and contribute to tumor shrinkage while protease reduces pain of cancer.

Protein:

  • Feed protein is broken down in the intestines into its constituent amino acids which may then be absorbed into the blood and used for muscle growth. Thus the emu’s requirement for protein is in effect a requirement for amino acids and so, it is the amino acid composition of the feed that is the crucial factor. There are more than 20 amino acids of which about 11 cannot be manufactured by the emu and must therefore be present in the feed. Of this methionine, lysine, theonine, isoleucine and tryptophan are likely to be in shortest supply in emu diets.

Vitamins:

  • These are substances distinct from protein, carbohydrate or fat but which are essential in small amounts for normal growth, development and health. They must be present in the diet although some vitamins may be obtained by coprophagy or be synthesised by micro-organisms in the intestinal tract.

Minerals:

  • These are essential for normal growth, development and health. They must be present in the diet either in relatively small amounts, for example calcium, phosphorus, manganese, sodium and chloride or only trace amounts, for example potassium, iron, copper, iodine, zinc, selenium.

Fibre:

  • Emus can digest only about 20 percent of the cellulose and lignin in their diet. It has been estimated that the energy derived from this can satisfy only 11 percent of their energy requirement for maintenance. Their limited capacity to digest fibre is consistent with the observation that, in the wild, emus eat large insects, small vertebrates and those parts of plants in which nutrients are concentrated such as growing shoots, flowers, fruits and seeds. It also suggests that immature, rapidly growing emus should be fed diets relatively low in fibre and similar in nature to conventional poultry grower diets. Some fibre is necessary to promote healthy gut function but in nutritional terms its value is low. The specially formulated combination of Minerals, Vitamins, Probiotics and enzymes are much essential for active functioning of the intestine, regular egg laying, in time maturity, better egg shell etc.

General
Mode of Application Mix 10gms / Kg Feed
Dosage As per the aqua consultant
Packing 1 Kg Sliver Pouch
Storage and Handling Do not freeze. Optimum temperature for storage in 35°C or below. Avoid direct sunlight.