NATUFAT™ PLUS, PREMIUM are made of pure trans-fat free triglyceride derived from refined fats for excellent carcass quality, reduced drip loss and reduced oxidation of high linoleic diets thus lengthening meat shelf life.
Lecithin benefits includes essential nutrient like vitamins, a source of energy, promotes enzymes and an emulsifier to help digest oil/fats.
aGUARD™ MCFA offers the promising antibiotic free solutions for your farm. It is carefully selected to combine a high energy source with high availability of caprylic acid (C8:0), Capric acid (C10:0) and Lauric acid (C12:0) in free fatty acid form, with the added benefit of a guaranteed supply.
aGUARD™ MCFA will help you in better feed conversion ratio and growth performance, consistently in poultry and swine industry
aGUARD™ LAURIN , the next generation of MCFAs for your total antibiotic free farming solution. Inspired by natural antimicrobial & antiviral activity from mother’s milk (Hamost, M., 2007)*, aGUARD™ LAURIN is effectively against PRRSV, PEDV, African Swine Fever Virus, Avian Influenza Virus, Newcastle Virus, Staphylococcus spp., Streptococcus spp. aGUARD™ LAURIN provides an AGPs free farming solution for you without any further worry anymore.
*Hamosh, M., 2007. Breastfeeding: Unraveling the Mysteries of Mother’s Milk. Medscape Womens Health, 1(9), p. 4
aGUARD™ MCT is prepared from natural coconut oil, an essential item in your animal farm. aGUARD™ MCT contains highest purity of medium chain triglycerides, is specifically designed to give your weak animal an instant energy boost (Odle, et al., 1989)*. With the well-known antimicrobial activities studied (Shilling, M., et al., 2013)**, aGUARD™ MCT modulates animal’s gut health & their gut’s microbiota and hence gives the excellent growth performance to your animal.
* Odle, et al., 1989. Utilization of MCT by Neonatal Piglets. Animal Science, 67, pp. 3340-3351.
** Shilling, M., et al., 2013. Antimicrobial effects of virgin coconut oil and its medium chain fatty acids. Journal of Medicinal Food, 16(12), pp. 1079-1085.