Sodium humate used in poultry chickens
Sodium humate, also known as sodium humate, sodium sulphate, is black and bright, with a beautiful luster of amorphous particles.
Humic acid sodium contains calcium, iron, sodium, phosphorus, zinc, iodine and other minerals and trace elements, non-toxic, odorless, non-corrosive, very soluble in water, its aqueous solution is soy-colored colloid, alkaline .
Pure sodium humate has a pH of 8 to 9.5. Sodium humate has a wide range of functions in livestock and poultry farming.
The role of sodium humate in poultry chickens
Adding 4% to 8% of sodium humate in chicken feed can effectively reduce stress and prevent chicken feathers, appendix, and soft foot disease.
Adding 3% to 5% of sodium humate can increase the egg production rate of laying hens by 11%-20% and improve eggshell quality.
Adding 0.3% to 0.5% sodium humate can reduce fecal odor, prevent diarrhea and increase appetite.
Broiler feed utilization can be increased by 13%. Can significantly promote the growth of broilers.
In addition, sodium humate can also be used for the treatment of livestock and poultry trauma and hemostasis.
Small areas of fresh wounds are directly applied.
A large area of fresh wounds was first debrided, then sprinkled with humic acid, sutured pus, washed with 1% sodium humate solution, and then applied powder.
Used for stopping bleeding in livestock and poultry.
Sprinkle directly on the wound, press to stop bleeding for a while, and prevent infection.
Sodium humate, which is economical and has a wide range of functions, is a green, environmentally-friendly health care and therapeutic drug that is rare in the current livestock and poultry breeding process.