Vitamin A is also known as anti-infectious due to its protective properties of the epithelia, animals obtain it from green vegetables, however under strong solar radiation and in dry pastures it oxidizes and is quickly destroyed, among its main functions it ensures the optimal functioning of the epithelia, including those of the testicle and ovary so it is necessary for the reproductive processes. It is essential for the proper functioning of the intestinal mucosa, so that an adequate level in the body prevents infections and promotes the absorption of nutrients by improving the assimilation of food.
This has repercussions on basic processes
of the organism that determine
- Increased weight gain
- Improved feed conversion
- Improved fertility
- Improvement in the defensive capacity of the organism against infectious diseases.
- It has a synergic effect with hormones and vitamins that intervene in the formation of bone structures and regulate growth.
Oral use mixed in the feed, no withdrawal period.
0,2%. In general: 2 ml per 1 liter of drinking water.
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