This biochar-based, organically active animal feed regulates the digestive systems of livestock it is given to and helps them to resist dangerous pathogens.
Carbon Feed increases uptake both of foodstuffs and of the energy contained within them, keeping animals’ digestive systems healthy and thus reducing the amount of nutrients lost into excrement and manure. They also improve the overall stall environment.
By using malolactically fermented wheat bran, Carbon Feed keeps the microbial balance in digestive tracts, whilst the biochar element binds toxins such as dioxins, glyphosates, mycotoxines, pesticides and PAH toxins. This leads to improvement in health, activity levels and wellbeing of livestock, thus improving their overall output. Illness due to mutagens and pathogens also becomes less common, reducing the risk of an epidemic. Transferrable diseases are also reduced, protecting the farmers who use this feed.
Carbon Feed is suited as a supplement for dairy cows, calves, pigs, horses and birds. It is an organically active feed supplement based on biochar.
Chemical makeup: Water 43 %, raw proteins 7.5 %, raw ash 5.2 %, raw fibre 4.7 %, raw fat 1.7 %, sodium 0.03 %, calcium 0.08 %, phosphorous 0.5 %, magnesium 0.2 %, lysine 2.7 g/kg, methionine 1.0 g/kg
Ingredients: Wheat bran (40 %), biochar [charcoal] (15 %), sugar cane molasses, linseed, alpine herbs, corn flakes, wheat flakes, barley flakes, minerals
Dairy cows: 200g per day
Calves: 50 g per day
Pigs: 120 g per day
Horses: 150 g per day
Poultry: 1 - 2 % of daily feed.
You can either mix Carbon Feed (Livestock) with the usual feed or administer it on its own. You should withhold the feed for five days after every 14 days – i.e. on a 19-day cycle.
|7 kg in bag||
|1 palette (50 sacs of 7kg)||
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For more informationen about the usage of biochar in animal husbandry please consult the Ithaka-Journal (www.ithaka-journal.net).
For consultancy on the usage of biochar in agriculture and in animal husbandry please contact the Delinat Institute (www.delinat-institut.org).