Feed Grade Ferrous Sulphate
Iron is an important compositionofHemoglobi,MyoglobinandCytochromein animal. Iron is essential toHematopoietic function,oxygen transport and intracellularBiological oxidation process. Iron also increasesfeed conversion rate, premunition and immunity. Iron deficiency
causes anemia, pale skin, inactivity and poor skin and hair colour.
Iron deficiency results serious anemia, dramatically lowers
deposition of red blood cells, and makes normal red and black
colour of feather completely fade away. National standards of
chicken recommended iron content: 0-3 years old meat poultry chick
--- 100ppm, over 4 years old --- 80ppm; below 18 years old meat
poultry breeding hen --- 60ppm, over 19 years old meat poultry
breeding hen --- 80ppm; yellow feather meat poultry --- 80ppm;
below 18 years old yellow feather meat poultry breeding hen---
54ppm, over 19 years old --- 72ppm.
In all kinds of livestock, iron deficiency affects piglets most
severely. Piglet with anemia has pale skin, disorderly thick hair,
poor appetite and slow growth. 2-3 days after birth, 150-200mgIron dextrinorIron dextranintramuscular injection, is necessary to maintain healthy level of
Hemoglobin in piglets within 3 weeks. 3 years old piglet can obtain
enough iron from diet. Maximal tolerance dosage of iron for swine
Lack of iron in fish feed causes anemia, fish usually requires iron
content at 150-170ppm approximately.